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The Junior Division champion is Brendan Z of the United States, who secured victory over Fuko N of Japan. The Senior Division champion is Hayden M of the United States, who defeated Ben H of the United States.
 
The Junior Division champion is Brendan Z of the United States, who secured victory over Fuko N of Japan. The Senior Division champion is Hayden M of the United States, who defeated Ben H of the United States.
   
The Masters Division champion is Arash Ommati of the Italy, who won against Ryosuke Kosuge of Japan. Arash is the first video game world champion in any division from Europe, with all previous world champions representing Japan or the United States. This is also the first time since 2009 that {{bp|Ray Rizzo}} did not secure first place in the Masters Division.
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The Masters Division champion is Arash Ommati of Italy, who won against Ryosuke Kosuge of Japan. Arash is the first video game world champion in any division from Europe, with all previous world champions representing Japan or the United States. This is also the first time since 2009 that {{bp|Ray Rizzo}} did not secure first place in the Masters Division.

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The champions of the 2013 Pokémon Video Game World Championships have been decided, including the first European video game world champion.

The Junior Division champion is Brendan Z of the United States, who secured victory over Fuko N of Japan. The Senior Division champion is Hayden M of the United States, who defeated Ben H of the United States.

The Masters Division champion is Arash Ommati of Italy, who won against Ryosuke Kosuge of Japan. Arash is the first video game world champion in any division from Europe, with all previous world champions representing Japan or the United States. This is also the first time since 2009 that Ray Rizzo did not secure first place in the Masters Division.