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  • Pokémon North America International Championships: Full Results


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    One of the biggest annual events for Pokkén Tournament DX has concluded! 

     

    The 2018 Pokémon North America International Championships took place this weekend and featured over 100 competitors. Shortly before this event was the announcement of a massive patch coming next week, and coupled with the amazing competition we witnessed this weekend, it's easy to feel the love from the teams that gave us Pokkén Tournament!

     

    You can find the full results for the tournament below. Congratulations to the top 4 Masters and top 2 Seniors, who have qualified and will be attending Worlds later this Summer!

     

    Players with a * have qualified for the 2018 Pokkén Tournament World Championships.

     

    Pokémon North America International Championships: Masters Results

    Bracket: https://pokkentournament.challonge.com/naic2018pokkenmasters

     

    1. ThankSwalot *

    2. InC RoksoTheSavage *

    3. Toasty *

    4. Mewtater *

    5. Oreo

    5. Shadowcat

    7. STDX ALLISTER

    7. WhiteChocolate

     

    9. Bolimar

    9. BxA Twixxie

    9. Double

    9. Thulius

    13. Adelvos

    13. Cooljake

    13. themuscle

    13. Valei

     

    17. A_wild_Gallade

    17. AlolanDurgs

    17. InC Flegar

    17. Maverick

    17. Ouroboro

    17. That0neGuy

    17. TLE IDEK

    17. Zyflair

     

    25. Aegis

    25. Beto D.

    25. Breezy

    25. Ghost

    25. McCent

    25. Ninjafalcon2

    25. Psyanide

    25. YEx Momo

     

    33. AV-LINK

    33. Fiora

    33. ToonSwablu

    33. Kamon

    33. Man Li Gi

    33. Masakado

    33. Nicklecat

    33. ReyDelEmpire

    33. Serena

    33. Shay striker

    33. ShibaRoll

    33. Tempus

    33. ThunderGriffin

    33. Utah

    33. Zeta

    33. Zucchini

     

    49. Fosh

    49. Alchem1st

    49. bryansempai

    49. BugCatcherWill

    49. Ceyro

    49. DaveedRDW

    49. Jamesspeed1

    49. K.T.

    49. Kuzen

    49. Lemon

    49. LiteningStrike

    49. Magicalpxiedus

    49. MajoraZ

    49. Mokurei Kun

    49. ShadowHB3

    49. TrainerSmooth

     

    65. 196

    65. Amazus

    65. CybertronVGC

    65. Dragon

    65. DTQ_Ash

    65. Footstool

    65. FreshChesh

    65. Jamm

    65. JL Fromundaman

    65. JRay

    65. Kamaal

    65. kcalla

    65. KotoriVGC

    65. MattTheBeast

    65. Mdog

    65. Muta

    65. Mylo

    65. NintenZero

    65. NovaFlare

    65. NyanCreepz

    65. ONION

    65. PEEP

    65. PikaHay

    65. Raedis

    65. Resh18

    65. RoyIsOurBoy

    65. Sad_Jon

    65. SeabusKyle

    65. Shardren

    65. SonofSinister

    65. StoRm

    65. Yingyang

    65. Chloe

    65. InigoFalchion

    65. Steeler

    65. TomoTactics

     

    Pokémon North America International Championships: Seniors Results

    Bracket: https://pokkentournament.challonge.com/naic2018pokkenseniors

     

    1. Ashgreninja1 *

    2. TheJrJam *

    3. EVolv3

    4. William

    5. Kuribara

    5. QuikJakobPlays

    7. Poppop

    7. Jakesaman

     

    9. VioletTurtle

    9. TwigShow

    9. GoldenGoo21

    9. LukeSmith

    13. AlphaGrou

    13. Oof!!!

    13. FrancoTheGamer

    13. Matt123

     

    17. JackTheGamer

     

    If you missed the Pokémon North America International Championships, you can view all of the VODs here

     



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    4 minutes ago, OH2 said:

    What is the Seniors bracket and how does it differ from masters bracket?

    The Seniors bracket is for players born in 2003 or later, while the Masters bracket is for players born in 2002 or earlier. The only other difference is the prizes for Seniors and Masters (Masters division players get more than Seniors division players do).

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