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2018 Japan Championships to be held June 9 and 10

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blurbpublisherlink=ThisUser:Abcboy Jun 9-10th Makuhari Messe will be holding the 2018 season Pokémon Championship in Japan. Both TCG and POkken will be largely focused on during the competition. }}|
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The competition will award high-ranking players in each tournament the ability to go to the 2018 Pokémon World Championships, which were [[2018 World Championships to be held in Nashville|previously announced]] for Nashville, Tennessee in the United States.
 
To qualify for the video game division, players must rank in one of three online competitions. The first of these competitions [[2018 International Challenge - January tournament announced|starts this month]], followed by two in March and April later this year.