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2014 World Championships winners and finalists announced

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Se Jun Park and Andrew Estrada are VGC and TGC masters champions
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  • Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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The 2014 TCG and VGC Pokémon World Championships took place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. from August 15 to 17 and the winners and finalists of each division have been confirmed by the Pokémon Company International. The winners of each division earned the title of Pokémon World Champion, scholarship money, an invitation and Travel Award to the 2015 Pokémon World Championships and received a special Pokémon World Championships trophy featuring Pikachu. The confirmed winners and finalists in each division and the countries they come from are:

Trading Card Game Junior Division

  • Winner: Haruto K. (Japan)
  • Finalist: Takashi O. (Japan)

Video Game Junior Division

  • Winner: Kota Y. (Japan)
  • Finalist: London S. (United States)

Trading Card Game Senior Division

  • Winner: Trent O. (United States)
  • Finalist: Alex C. (United States)

Video Game Senior Division

  • Winner: Nikolai Z. (United States)
  • Finalist: Mark M. (United Kingdom)

Trading Card Game Masters Division

  • Winner: Andrew Estrada (Canada)
  • Finalist: Igor Costa (Portugal)

Video Game Masters Division

  • Winner: Se Jun Park (South Korea)
  • Finalist: Jeudy Azzarelli (United States)