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The Battle Road Autumn tournaments are designed to provide players with small, entry-level events on a local scale. These events are a great way to get your feet wet in the world of Premier Events. In the Pokémon Trading Card Game Battle Road Autumn tournaments, players in each of the three POP-recognized age divisions can work toward earning Championship Points, potentially earning an invitation to the World Championships! The Pokémon TCG Battle Road Autumn tournaments in North America will be taking place from September 1st through September 30th. Find times and locations of Battle Road events in your area. Remember, while we frequently update our events schedule, we recommend that you contact the local Tournament Organizer to confirm event schedule information. What is the tournament structure? The tournament is run using the Modified Format and Age-Modified Swiss pairings. See the Pokémon Tournament Rules for information about the Modified Format and Swiss. The number of Swiss rounds to be run will depend on total attendance at the event. Each round of Swiss is a single game match of 30 minutes plus 3 turns. Battle Road tournaments do not include a Single Elimination portion; placement in the event is determined by final Swiss standings.

We will post the next event to be held on the pokemon tournament listings. Another way to find out when our events are held is to visit the pokemon tournament listings, or drop by the store. Below is the link to the pokemon site.

In the Pokémon TCG City Championship tournaments, players in each of the three POP-recognized age divisions can work toward earning Championship Points, potentially earning an invitation to the World Championships! City Championships do not require an invitation, or qualification. All players in good standing are welcome to participate. The Pokémon TCG City Championship tournaments will be taking place from November 17th, 2012 through January 6th, 2013. Another way to find out when our events are held is to visit the pokemon tournament listings, or drop by the store. Below is the link to the pokemon site.

What are the prizes? Participants will receive 2 Play! Points just for playing! 1st Place · 18 Pokémon TCG booster packs · A City Championship Trophy · 50 Championship Points 2nd Place · 10 Pokémon TCG booster packs · 40 Championship Points (if age division attendance is 4 or greater) 3rd & 4th Place · 4 Pokémon TCG booster packs · 30 Championship Points (if age division attendance is 8 or greater) 5th – 8th Place · 20 Championship Points (if age division attendance is 32 or greater) 9th – 12th Place · 10 Championship Points (if age division attendance is 64 or greater) 13th – 16th Place · 5 Championship Points (if age division attendance is 64 or greater) 17th – 32nd Place · 3 Championship Points (if age division attendance is 128 or greater)

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