Published on June 20th, 2015 | by Firestorm


2015 International Challenge June

Registration is open for the 2015 International Challenge — June! As the final online tournament to give out Championship Points this season, players within a few points of each other will be trying to get a leg up on each other. The tournament may very well decide the last few spots for the 2015 Pokémon World Championships. Players will play on the Competition ladder on Battle Spot from Friday, June 26, 2015, at 00:00 UTC through Sunday, June 28, 2015, at 23:59 UTC. There is a limit of 10 battles per day for a total of 30 battles in the tournament. The highest ranked players will receive Championship Points as follows in each age division. Championship Points will not be divided by region but instead will be awarded to the top 256 players.

Placement Championship Points
1–2 12
3–4 10
5–8 8
9–16 6
17–32 4
33–64 3
65–128 2
129–256 1

Registration ends as soon as the tournament begins so be sure to get your entry in on the Global Link now. You don’t need to lock your Battle Box until just before your first match. To register, log in to the Pokémon Global Link and click on the Competitions link on the left hand navigation bar. You must have your Player ID linked to your account that your game card is associated with before the competition begins to receive Championship Points. Results will be released mid-July.

About the Author

is one of the co-founders of Nugget Bridge and the Community Manager for eSports Tournament Platform Battlefy. He has been playing Pokémon since 1999, competitively since 2007, and attending tournaments since 2010. He lives in Vancouver, Canada with a degree in Interactive Art & Technology + Communications. You can follow him on Twitter at @rushanshekar.

213 Responses to 2015 International Challenge June

  1. Velocity says:

    Lol so apparently finishing 20-10 put me at 170th, and I got 1 cp! 192 —> 193 HYPE

  2. Banta says:

    Went 21-9 and ended up at 458th. Kinda irks me because I lost connection against one kid early on that had a much lower ELO then I did, on the last turn when I was about to win. Finished with an ELO of 1629, but it’s not all that bad considering it was my first international challenge and there were over 7000 people.

  3. ColoKing says:

    Kind of annoyed that for some reason, I was unranked even though I played 30 matches and allowed myself into the ranking system -_-

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