Project Pokémon has Blogs now. Blogs are areas that you control, where you set the topic and can post pretty much whatever you like: opinions, hobbies, rants, or anything else you can think of. We ask, but do not require, that you use the forums for on-topic things.
I've started one where I can post updates about the development of Sky Editor, and I intend to create one soon where Project Pokémon staff can share sneak-peaks of future additions to the site.
In less than 24 hours time (EDT), the Indiana Convention Center will be filled with local and international Trainers as well as eager
Spectators ready to kick off this year’s North American International Championships. While Competitor registration ended this past Wednesday,
Spectators are still welcome to register online until July 2 at 1 p.m. The event will run from June 30 to July 2, 2017.
Quoted as being one of the largest Championships this year, there is an estimated cash pot of $200,000 between TCG and VGC respectively.
Competitors can also appreciate the Championship Points that they may receive this weekend as it will be their last opportunity to obtain any
before the 2017 World Championships.
If you’re unable to attend but still interested in watching the events of this weekend unfold, there will be periodic live streams available at pokemon.com/live.
Have fun, Trainers!
Results of the North American Internationals
Master Division Final
Senior Division Final
Junior Division Final
Check out the winning teams: Christopher Kan Alfredo Chang-Gonzalez Nicholas Kan