VGC Premier Challenge VGC '15 Premier Challenges - Work towards a Worlds invite at 100+ local events across the globe

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Hey guys, for those who haven't seen yet, Premier Challenges for this season have started and over 100 organizers have already signed on board to run them. Premier Challenges are entry level tournaments that hand out a fairly large chunk of Championship Points. Championship Points are what you use to qualify for the 2015 Pokémon World Championships!
Pokémon video game players will be able to compete in more events than ever as the series expands to new cities and countries around the world. Championship Series events will use Pokémon X and Pokémon Y for the rest of the year and will change to Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire on January 1, 2015.

As in previous years, players will be competing year-round for Championship Points that build toward coveted World Championships invitations. The full breakdown of the season Championship Point structure can be found here. In the 2015 season, Premier Challenge tournaments will take place around the world for the first time. See the Premier Challenge FAQ for details.

With these new Premier Challenge tournaments and more Online Competitions in 2015, players will have more chances than ever to compete!

2015 Season Outline
  • September 2014: Premier Challenge Kickoff Series
  • October 2014: Autumn Regional Championships (US only)
  • November 2014–January 2015: Premier Challenge Alpha Series
  • January 1, 2015: Format switches to Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire
  • February 2015: Winter Regional Championships (US only)
  • March–May 2015: Premier Challenge Omega Series
  • May 2015: Spring Regional Championships (US only)
  • April–July 2015: National Championships
Additional information about National Championships and World Championships will be available at a later date.
Have questions about Premier Challenges? Check out this Frequently Asked Questions page on the official Pokémon website and read through the 2015 Season Page.

You can find a full list of currently sanctioned and approved Premier Challenges for:
There are also approved Premier Challenges running in Chile, Peru, Argentina, Columbia, and hopefully more countries in South America are coming soon (contact your local tournament organizer and let them know to apply!). Select your country here, select "2015 Premier Challenge" for whichever season you'd like to check beside Premier Event Series, and then click search to find events in your country!
 
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