The Oceania International Championships will include a Pokkén Tournament DX qualifier for the Pokkén Tournament World Championships. Competitors born in 2004 or earlier will compete in the Masters Division, and those born in 2005 or later will compete in the Senior Division. The Top 2 Masters Division players and the First Place Senior Division player will qualify for the Pokkén Tournament World Championships in London.
Masters Division competitors will be required to provide a HORI Nintendo Switch Pokkén Tournament DX Pro Pad Wired Controller to play. No Nintendo Switch Pro Controllers will be permitted, even with a USB cable.
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Players will compete in age-separated double-elimination brackets on Saturday using the Team format in Pokkén Tournament DX. Matches are best-of-3, except for the Winners Finals, Losers Finals, and Grand Finals, which are best-of-5.
On Sunday, the final 8 remaining players from Saturday will continue the tournament until a Champion is determined.
If the Senior Division does not exceed 32 players, the Senior tournament will start and finish on Saturday. Brackets will not be age-separated if fewer than 6 Senior Division players enter.
1st place: $1,250 and Worlds invitation
2nd place: $1,000 and Worlds invitation
3rd place: $750 and Worlds invitation
4th place: $600 and Worlds invitation
5th-place tie: $450 each
7th-place tie: $250 each
1st place: Nintendo Switch console, 72 Pokémon Trading Card Game booster packs, and a Worlds invitation
2nd place: Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, 36 Pokémon Trading Card Game booster packs, and a Worlds invitation
3rd place: 36 Pokémon Trading Card Game booster packs
All prizes less applicable taxes.