The Pokémon TCG and Video Game Europe International Championships are the third International Championships of the 2020 Championship Series season. This event is sure to be one of the largest Pokémon Championship Series tournaments, and it features exciting competitions for both Pokémon TCG and video game players. This event will also host a Pokkén Tournament Worlds Qualifier competition.
The Europe International Championships will take place at the Estrel Berlin Congress Center in Berlin, Germany, on April 17–19, 2020. It will feature high Championship Point payouts and thousands of dollars' worth of prizes, spread between the Pokémon TCG, video game, and Pokkén Tournament DX competitions.
Estrel Berlin Congress Center
Convention Hall II
12057 Berlin, Germany
For Masters Division Pokémon TCG and video game players, check-in and badge pickup will be on Thursday, April 16. The Masters Division competitions will begin Friday, April 17, and go through Sunday, April 19. Junior and Senior Division competitions will begin Saturday, April 18. Junior and Senior Division players may pick up badges on Friday.
For Senior and Masters Division Pokkén Tournament DX players, badge pickup will occur on Friday, with the competition running Saturday and Sunday.
Stay tuned for full event schedule.
Badges and Registration
Entry to this event will require a badge for all attendees, including competitors in the main event as well as spectators. Registration for competitors and spectators must be completed online. Children age 5 and under will be given a wristband at no charge to allow entry into the event space.
Competitors can check in starting Thursday, April 16, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. near the foyer outside Convention Hall II at the Estrel Berlin Congress Center.
Registration will open soon. Check back for more details.
Live Streaming Information
Tune in to watch the exciting matches live from Berlin, Germany, April 17–19, 2020, on Twitch.tv/Pokemon, Twitch.tv/PokemonTCG, and Twitch.tv/PokkenTournament. The initial Pokémon VGC and TCG matches will take place on their respective channels on Friday and Saturday before both of the final matches start sequentially Sunday on Twitch.tv/Pokemon. The Pokkén Tournament DX action will begin Saturday and conclude Sunday, with the Pokkén Tournament stream staying your one-stop shop to watch all of the incredible matches. Expert commentators will help you follow along with the action in each game.