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This Jun. 9-10th Makuhari Messe will be holding the 2018 season {{bp|Pokémon Championship}} in Japan. Both {{bp|PokémonTrading Card Game}} and {{bp|Pokken Tournament}} will be largely focused during the competition.The competition will award high ranking players in both Pokken and TCG the ability to go to the 2018 Japanese world tournament. To qualify for each game division players must rank in one of three online competitions. The first competition starts in Jan., followed by the later two in Mar. And Apr. 2018.The amount of qualifying high-rank positions vary depending on the tournament.
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The 2018 Pokémon Japan Championships will be held from June 9 to 10 at the {{wp|Makuhari Messe}} convention center outside Tokyo in Japan. As in previous years, the tournament will feature three tournaments: one for the core series video games (using {{bp|Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon}}), one for the {{bp|Pokémon Trading Card Game}}, and one for {{bp|Pokkén Tournament}}.
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The competition will award high-ranking players in each tournament the ability to go to the 2018 Pokémon World Championships, which were [[2018 World Championships to be held in Nashville|previously announced]] for Nashville, Tennessee in the United States.
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To qualify for the video game division, players must rank in one of three online competitions. The first of these competitions [[2018 International Challenge - January tournament announced|starts this month]], followed by two in March and April later this year.

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Pokémon Japan Championships 2018

The 2018 Pokémon Japan Championships will be held from June 9 to 10 at the Makuhari Messe convention center outside Tokyo in Japan. As in previous years, the tournament will feature three tournaments: one for the core series video games (using Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon), one for the Pokémon Trading Card Game, and one for Pokkén Tournament.

The competition will award high-ranking players in each tournament the ability to go to the 2018 Pokémon World Championships, which were previously announced for Nashville, Tennessee in the United States.

To qualify for the video game division, players must rank in one of three online competitions. The first of these competitions starts this month, followed by two in March and April later this year.