Hopeful Trainers are headed to São Paulo, Brazil, for the Latin America International Championships, the first International Championships event of the 2023 Championship Series season. Pokémon TCG and Pokémon GO players will have their skills tested as they begin the road to qualifying for the 2023 Pokémon World Championships. You'll be able to watch many exciting Pokémon battles all weekend long, from Friday, November 25, through Sunday, November 27, live from Brazil.
The finals for the Pokémon TCG and Pokémon GO will be broadcast consecutively only on Twitch.tv/Pokemon on Sunday starting at 5 a.m. PST (10 a.m. BRT). Don't forget to check out the winning teams and decks at Pokemon.com/EventResults once the tournament is complete. This event will also be the first to allow cards from the Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield—Silver Tempest expansion, meaning players will have to scramble to come up with new strategies—and defenses—against a bunch of awesome new cards.
What to Watch: Pokémon TCG
Dedicated Pokémon TCG stream: Twitch.tv/Pokemon
Pablo Meza, Kyle Sabelhaus, Freya Pearce, Chip Richey
Friday, November 25: 4 a.m. – 4 p.m. PST (approx.): Day 1 Swiss Rounds
Saturday, November 26: 4 a.m. – 4 p.m. PST (approx.): Day 2 Swiss Rounds, Top 8, and Top 4
Sunday, November 27: Finals start at 5 a.m. PST on Twitch.tv/Pokemon
What to Watch: Pokémon GO
Dedicated Pokémon GO stream: Twitch.tv/PokemonGO
Will “SpeediestChief2” Dunphey, Gabby Snyder, Caleb Peng, Steven “2OButters” Sanders
Saturday, November 26: 4 a.m. – 1 p.m. PST (approx.)
Sunday, November 27: After TCG finals, starting at 9:30 a.m. PST on a unified stream at Twitch.tv/Pokemon
All times approximate and subject to change.