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The winners of the TCG and VGC World Championships have been announced.
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The winners of the Pokémon Trading Card Game World Championships, as well as the winners of the Pokémon Video Games World Championships, have been announced. Both events took place on Friday, August 14th, and Saturday, August 15th, in San Diego, California.

Stephen Silvestro won in the Masters Division of the TCG Championship with his Speedrill deck... Takuto Itakagi and Tsubasa Nakamura, both from Japan, took home the Senior and Junior division trophies, respectively. They both used variant SP decks, which was clearly a good choice.

As for the VGCs, Jeremiah Fan from the United States defeated Santa Ito from Japan for first place in the Junior division. Jeremiah used a Rain Dance team consisting of Vaporeon, Kingdra, Ludicolo, and an additional Pokémon unknown at this time. In Seniors, Kazuyuki Tsuji won against Tasuku Mano for first place. Tsuji used Toxicroak, Salamence, Empoleon, and Snorlax.

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