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  1. Happy Friday everyone, and welcome to the first ever Weekend Watchlist on Pokkén Arena! Like Blue Link's Morning Discussion post from the other day (which you should go read and respond to, by the way), the Weekend Watchlist is something that the Writing Team has been discussing for a little while now. These posts will (normally) happen each Thursday before a major tournament, and will give viewers everything they need to know to enjoy Pokkén during the weekend. DreamHack Denver is taking place this weekend, so let's give this Weekend Watchlist idea a shot! DreamHack Denver October 20-22, 2017 Denver, CO _____________________________________ The information below is specific to Pokkén Tournament DX. For information regarding the other events happening at DreamHack, check the official website. Stream: Schedule: (Times are in Mountain Time) Saturday 12:00 PM: Pools 06:00 PM: Top 8 Prize Pool: $1000 Notable Entrants Include: Double Fable | Suicune Master Twixxie NG-Obscure More Info: Inferno 4 October 21, 2017 Wallingford, CT _____________________________________ Stream: Schedule: (Times are in Eastern Time) 1:00 PM: Team Battle Bracket 3:30 PM: Main Bracket Notable Entrants Include: InC | Rokso InC | Flegar HBA | Oreo Bosshog brocooli More Info: Hope you enjoy this weekend's events! Be sure to let us know if you want the Weekend Watchlist posts to continue by leaving a comment below.
  2. As one of the world's best Pokkén Tournament players and a well-known community figure, it makes sense that Anthony "Rokso" Paratore would be a prime candidate for eSports organizations looking to get more involved in Pokkén Tournament DX. Over this past weekend, InControl Gaming announced their signing of the top level Garchomp player. The team started by teasing the signing of a Pokkén player. The 40 Like goal was quickly met, which led to the announcement. With such an impressive competitor joining their already existing line-up of Pokkén players, it looks like InControl has high expectations for competitive Pokkén. Hopefully we'll see more teams join the likes of InControl as more DX events pop up! You can congratulate Rokso on his Twitter, and you can follow InControl here.
  3. Sunday Siege: VSB Icebreaker - Top 8 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada October 15th, 2017 1. Sheer 2. TytoVortex 3. Jetsplit 4. ZXavier 5. Rightmeow 5. Bananaca 7. Schiller 7. Geki Full bracket:…/sunday-sieg…/events/main-bracket/overview Tournament VOD: This event was part of the Pokkén Arena Circuit! Thanks to his Sunday Siege win, Sheer is now in 4th place with 50 points. Full Pokkén Arena Circuit standings: Tournament organization and Top 8 graphic by Rightmeow (Brittany Edmunds)!
  4. Combo Dojo Combos

    These are a really cool concept and I really hope we see more combos like this. Great post SkySmaug!
  5. Sunday Siege: VSB Icebreaker

    Rightmeow's Sunday Siege tournament series is having its 2nd event in Canada! This event will be taking place alongside a Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite weekly at British Columbia's premier fighting game venue. To draw in new players, the tournament bracket will be free to enter, with cash prizes courtesy of Vancouver Street Battle and Rightmeow/Jetsplit. You can find the event page with more information for the event can be found here:
  6. Pokkén Tournament DX: Everything We Know

    System Settings ⇒ Data Management ⇒ Save Data/Screenshots ⇒ Delete Save Data
  7. Earlier today, McDareth, Rudafuda, Burnside, and Mins hosted the second ever Ferrum Heights Pokkén Podcast on McDareth's Twitch channel. This podcast revealed the Pokkén Tournament Season 1.3 Rankings - a list of the top 50 players in Pokkén Tournament (based on the season's North American events). The rankings were determined by a group of dedicated community members tirelessly studying results and making decisions based on events, games played, and win/loss ratios, among other factors. Pokkén Tournament Season 1.3 Rankings Click the Spoiler below to view the full rankings. You can watch the full VOD announcing the placements here, and you can follow the hosts (McDareth, Mins, Rudafuda, Burnside) on Twitter.
  8. The Pokkén Tournament Season 1.3 Memoir is here! This video features highlights from the Pokkén community between Worlds 2016 and Worlds 2017. Hope you enjoy!
  9. With Pokkén Tournament DX coming later this week, this site's staff - as well as some awesome members of the community - have been hard at work to make sure Pokkén Arena is ready for the game's launch. One thing we all agree needs work is the consistency of the front page. However, in order to do this, we need more volunteer writers who can help cover all of the potential stories that come up. This is why Pokkén Arena is now accepting applications for volunteer writing positions! If you would be interested in writing content for this site's front page, read the position outline below. Volunteer Opportunity: Pokkén Arena - Writer Pokkén Arena is seeking passionate individuals to join a team of volunteer Writers and Editors. This is an opportunity to become part of the voice people turn to for news from the Pokkén community. The Role: Writer As a Pokkén Arena Writer, you will be expected to coordinate with the rest of the Writers and Editors to provide viewers with prompt and interesting stories. Pokkén Arena is looking for various types of Writers, as there are many types of articles that will be written - from news stories, to editorials about the community, and more. Responsibilities • Work closely with the rest of the Writers and Editors to understand expectations and deadlines • Communicate concerns to the team in a proactive manner • Write and promote interesting, informative content • Help to create a welcoming environment on the front page - encouraging newcomers to join the forums and the Discord servers • Provide feedback to other Writers and Editors on the team when necessary Application Requirements • Examples of past written works Examples can be news stories, creative works, or otherwise; they should reflect the type of articles you primarily want to write for Pokkén Arena These can be from anywhere, as long as it is your original content • A love for Pokkén and the community Beneficial Qualities • Experience working closely with a team • Examples of work related to the Pokkén community • Experience with various types of written work (news stories, creative works, etc.) • Free time! Things to Note These are NOT paid positions. The Pokkén Arena staff volunteers their time for the benefit of the community. As part of the team, you should not expect any reward for your work. How to Apply To apply for the Writer position, please send an email to that contains the following... Subject: RE: Volunteer Opportunity: Pokkén Arena - Writer Body: Include your tag, contact info and your cover letter - why do you want to write for Pokkén Arena? Attachments: Any examples of past written works you think would be beneficial for us to see Upon receiving your email, the entire team will review your application. If we feel you would make a good fit for the Writing team, we will contact you regarding the next step. You don't need to provide a formal resume for this position - this is volunteer work, after all! What we are interested in seeing is that you can write, and that you are passionate about Pokkén. For questions, contact: Jetsplit, Lead Editor,, @Jetsplit
  10. Pokkén Arena and have teamed up to bring the Pokkén community an 8 month Pokkén Tournament DX Community Circuit... The Pokkén Arena Circuit! There are already posts on, Twitter, Discord, and the forums here, so I won't waste time repeating the same info. Below is a very brief rundown of the circuit, as well as links to the other posts! Read up, get excited, and spread the word about this massive community event! Info and Links: Any tournament that has 8 or more entrants can be a part of the circuit Be awarded points based on number of entrants and your placing in the tournament Points are tracked from September 22nd to June 1st Top 3 players with the most points will receive free housing to a Pokkén major in Summer 2018 Big events include SoCal Regionals, GTX, Dreamhack, Final Boss, and more circuit page Forum post by Fumu Twitter announcement Get hyped for the first ever Pokkén Tournament Community Circuit!
  11. ALLISTER Working With Nintendo to Showcase DX at PAX

    I agree that we probably won't see Nintendo working this closely with anyone else, but like you said, Allister is a good figure head, so I'm happy.
  12. ALLISTER announced this morning on Twitter that he will be teaming up with Nintendo of America to showcase Pokkén Tournament DX at PAX West this weekend. ALLISTER also hinted that there will be a "surprise guest from the Pokkén community" at the event. It's awesome to see Nintendo working with ALLISTER as much as they are. Hopefully we'll see them involve more community members in the future! You can find Nintendo's official statement regarding PAX West on their website. Thanks to Burnside for the graphic!
  13. The wait for the release of Pokkén Tournament DX has been a long one, but the wait gets a little bit easier today! The Pokkén Tournament DX Demo is now available for Japanese accounts on the Nintendo Switch eShop. The demo will be available for North American accounts at 12 a.m. Eastern Time tonight. Can't wait? You can make a Japanese account and download the Japanese version right now. As mentioned in Burnside's tweet, the only Battle Pokémon you can use in the Japanese demo are Pikachu, Charizard, and Empoleon. It's safe to assume all versions of the demo will have the same content, but we'll find out tonight! Japanese Pokkén Tournament DX Demo Content Battle Pokémon: Pikachu, Charizard, Empoleon Support Pokémon: Cresselia/Reshiram, Lapras/Snivy Game Modes: Practice, Single Battle, Local Battle Battle Stages: Ferrum Stadium Play Limit: 15 battles, BUT uninstalling and reinstalling the demo resets the count back to 0 Remember, this is just to give newcomers a taste of the game to get them excited. We'll have all of the characters and modes available to us in 1 month! If you have Twitter and you want to thank Nintendo and The Pokémon Company for this demo, you can do so here. Hope you all enjoy the demo! Big thanks to Cat Fight and Burnside for information on the demo's contents, and PKSparkxx for the thumbnail image!
  14. Didn't go, and wasn't even able to watch Saturday live, but my thoughts on the stream: It looked fantastic. It really felt like Pokkén was being treated as well as VGC and TCG, and I'm sure that was largely thanks to DC's work on the stream. I would have loved to see some "Trainer Tips" like I saw on the VGC streams - waiting screens that talk about fighters' strengths and weaknesses, functions of Support Mons and how players often seem to use them, etc. Things like this... But the Pokkén waiting screens could be something like "Disruptive Supports", going over why some people use Umbreon vs. Fennekin. I did love the player cards for each Top 16 member before matches. Those looked awesome and are the kind of thing I want more of in the official TPCi streams. I found it a little awkward sometimes with only having one console's audio. There were a couple moments where I'd be looking at Mewtwo after he wins a round, but I'd hear Braixen's voice complaining about losing, for example. I can't really think of an issue off the top of my head - what would be the problem with using the audio from both consoles? Overall, the stream was fantastic for me. The casters were great and the stream looked and ran great.