The Winners Of The European Pokémon International Championships Have Been Announced

Pokémon International Championships

From April 26th to 28th, Pokémon players and fans from all over the world met at Estrel in Berlin, Germany, for the 2019 European Pokémon International Championships.

The premier event of the European calendar took place over three days of competitive play in different categories for the Pokémon Trading Card Game and the Pokémon Ultrasole, Pokémon Ultraluna and Pokkén Tournament DX video games. Here is the final list of winners of this meeting weekend:

Best 4 in the Junior category (VG)

  • Sample: Teddy French [UK]
  • Finalist: Justin Miranda-Radbord [CA]
  • Semifinalist: Felipe Reyes Castro [CL]
  • Semifinalist: Pietro Nihal Kaludura Silva [IT]

Best 4 in the Senior category (VG)

  • Sample: Alfredo Chang-Gonzalez [AU]
  • Finalist: Luca Paz [US]
  • Semifinalist: Artur Hoffmann [PL]
  • Semifinalist: Quentin Colon [US]

Best 4 in the Master category (VG)

  • Champion: Flavio Del Pidio [IT]
  • Finalist: Davide Carrer [IT]
  • Semifinalist: Melvin Keh [SG]
  • Semifinalist: Wolfe Glick [US]

Best 4 in the Junior category (GCC)

  • Sample: Šimon Belanyi [SK]
  • Finalist: Daniel Magda [CZ]
  • Semifinalist: Noah Donen [CA]
  • Semifinalist: Roan Godfrey-Robbins [US]

Best 4 in the Senior category (GCC)

  • Champion: Tanner Hurley [US]
  • Finalist: Lewis Mason [UK]
  • Semifinalist: Julius Mo Krag [DK]
  • Semifinalist: Kaya Lichtleitner [DE]

Best 4 in the Master category (GCC)

  • Champion: Gustavo Wada [BR]
  • Finalist: Philipp Leciejewski [DE]
  • Semifinalist: Alex Silva [BR]
  • Semifinalist: Ondrej Skubal [CZ]

Best 4 in the Senior category (Pokkén Tournament DX)

  • Champion: Mantas Mickevicius – YvelX [LT]
  • Finalist: Emma Cox – Kitty [US]
  • 3rd place: Indigo Staples – Indigomega [UK]
  • 4th place: Reuben Staples – FruitPrime [UK]

Best 4 in the Master category (Pokkén Tournament DX)

  • Champion: Niklas Franz Laerbusch – DefenderOfEU (Wingtide) [DE]
  • Finalist: Masami Sato – Potetin [JP]
  • 3rd place: Kota Arakaki – TARUTARO [JP]
  • 4th place: Fabian Zahn -Fabilous [DE]

The European champions and the other players who placed themselves at the top of the rankings also won a sizeable portion of Championship Point valid to compete in this year’s Pokémon World Championships, which will take place in Washington, DC from August 16th to 18th.