Pokémon TCG Spring Regional Championships

Frequently Asked Questions

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When are the Pokémon TCG Spring Regional Championships?

The Pokémon TCG Spring Regionals will be held on the weekends of April 5, 12, and 26, 2014.

Where are the Spring Regional Championships?

April 5–6, 2014

Sturbridge Host Hotel & Conference Center
366 Main Street
Sturbridge, MA 01566

The Classic Center
300 N Thomas Street
Athens, GA 30601

Overland Park International Trade Center
6800 W 115th Street
Overland Park, KS 66211

Washington State Convention Center
800 Convention Place
Seattle, WA 98101

April 12–13, 2014

Utah State Fairpark—Grand Building
155 North 1000 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84116

Monona Terrace Convention Center
1 John Nolen Drive
Madison, WI 53703

April 26, 2014

(TCG Only)
Bingemans FunworX Indoor Playland
425 Bingemans Centre Drive
Kitchener, ON N2B 3X7 Canada

View event listings and details here.

Some larger Regional Championships may hold multiple-day events. Check the tournament listing for details.

See the Video Game Regionals page for more details on Video Game Regionals dates and times.

Are there any requirements for attendance?

The Spring Regional Championships do not require an invitation or qualification. All players in good standing are welcome to participate.

What are the prizes?

Prizes are awarded to the top players in each of three age divisions.

All participants will receive 3 Play! Points and a Pokémon Regional Championships promo card (while supplies last), just for playing!

1st Place

  • A Pokémon TCG Regional Championships 1st Place award

  • A first- and second-round bye at the US or Canada National Championships**

  • A combination of 72 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions

    • Masters Division players receive an additional 144 packs (216 total)

  • 150 Championship Points

2nd Place

  • A Pokémon TCG Regional Championships 2nd Place award

  • A first- and second-round bye at the US or Canada National Championships**

  • A combination of 72 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions

    • Masters Division players receive an additional 72 packs (144 total)

  • 135 Championship Points (if division attendance is 4 or greater)

3rd and 4th Place

  • A Pokémon TCG Regional Championships 3rd or 4th Place award

  • A combination of 36 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions

    • Masters Division players receive an additional 72 packs (108 total)

  • 105 Championship Points (if division attendance is 8 or greater)

5th Place through 8th Place

  • A combination of 24 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions

    • Masters Division players receive an additional 27 packs (54 total)

  • 75 Championship Points (if division attendance is 32 or greater)

9th Place through 16th Place

  • A combination of 18 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions

    • Masters Division players receive an additional 18 packs (36 total)

  • 45 Championship Points (if division attendance is 64 or greater)

17th Place through 32nd Place

  • A combination of 9 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions

    • Masters Division players receive an additional 15 packs (24 total)

  • 30 Championship Points (if division attendance is 128 or greater)

33rd Place through 64th Place

  • Masters Division players receive a combination of 9 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions

  • 15 Championship Point (if division attendance is 256 or greater)

What about Travel Awards and Stipends?

Beginning in the 2014 season, North American National Championships Travel Awards and Travel Stipends will be awarded to the top TCG performers in the season’s Championship Point rankings.

To view the award schedule for Travel Awards and Stipends, click here.

* Players may earn a bye at a country other than their country of residence. Byes are awarded at the National Championships corresponding to the player’s nationality.

** Byes do not “stack.” If you have won a bye in another event (such as the SPT Championships) and finish in the top 2 of a Regional Championships, you will receive a maximum first- and second-round bye at your National Championships.

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