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Today, after three days of intense Video Game and Trading Card Game matches fought by hard-working players from across all the corners of the globe, the 2013 Pokémon World Championships in Vancouver, Canada has come to a close. During the closing ceremony, which saw special appearances from {{bp|GameFreak}}'s {{bp|Junichi Masuda}} and {{bp|The Pokémon Company}}'s {{bp|Tsunekaz Ishihara}}, the first video footage of the new {{bp|Mega Evolution|Mega Evolutions}} of {{p|Ampharos}}, {{p|Mawile}} and {{p|Absol}} was shown, before the six winners were handed their trophies:
'''==The Video Game Championship Winners:'''==
This year is notable in that with Arash Ommati winning the Masters Division Championship, this is the first time a European player has taken the top prize for the Video Game Championships.
'''==The Trading Card Game Championship Winners:'''==
File:Worlds Winner TCG Junior.png|TCG Junior Division Winner: Ondrej Kujal
File:Worlds Winner TCG Masters.png|TCG Master Division Winner: Jason Klaczynski
==Next Year's Location==
Following the presentation of the awards, the festivities came to a close with the reveal of the location of next year's Pokémon World Championships - despite spending a year away, the prestigious event is returning to the United States of America, with '''Washington D.C.''' being the location of next year's games!
[[File:Worlds 2014.png|right|250px|thumb|Who will be lucky enough to qualify for Worlds next year?]]
==Mega Evolution Video==
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