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{{bp|The Pokémon Company International}} has sent out a press release and updated their website with a rebrand for {{bp|Pokémon Organized Play}}. The rebranding, called '{{bp|Play! Pokémon}}', is going to be featured at Worlds 2010.
 
{{bp|The Pokémon Company International}} has sent out a press release and updated their website with a rebrand for {{bp|Pokémon Organized Play}}. The rebranding, called '{{bp|Play! Pokémon}}', is going to be featured at Worlds 2010.
   
Pokémonn Organized Play regulates [[bp:Pokémon League (TCG)|Pokémon Leagues]], Tournaments, and Premier Events. The logo will appear on merchandise such as hats, binders, playmats, posters, and other printed materials.
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Pokémon Organized Play regulates [[bp:Pokémon League (TCG)|Pokémon Leagues]], Tournaments, and Premier Events. The logo will appear on merchandise such as hats, binders, playmats, posters, and other printed materials.
   
 
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The Pokémon Company International has sent out a press release and updated their website with a rebrand for Pokémon Organized Play. The rebranding, called 'Play! Pokémon', is going to be featured at Worlds 2010.

Pokémon Organized Play regulates Pokémon Leagues, Tournaments, and Premier Events. The logo will appear on merchandise such as hats, binders, playmats, posters, and other printed materials.

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