How to watch the 2019 Pokémon Europe International Championships

Here are the streams, dates, and what to expect.

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From April 26 to 28, some of the biggest and best Pokémon players from across Europe will head to Berlin, Germany for a chance to win thousands of dollars worth of prizes spread across the TCG, video game, and Pokkén Tournament DX competitions.

The EU Championship is one of the major events on the Pokémon calendar and offers an insane amount of Championship Points for those trying to lock in their spot for the World Championships this August in Washington, D.C.

Those who are unable to attend the live matches in a few weeks still have a chance to follow the intense action across the weekend with Pokémon’s talented broadcasters commentating on various Twitch channels.

Here’s everything you need to know about the action kicking off on April 26.

Stream

Since there are three different tournaments at this event, The Pokémon Company is hosting a variety of matches on three separate Twitch streams.

The main video game action will be shown on the Pokémon Twitch channel:

https://www.twitch.tv/Pokemon

TCG-related activities and matches will be streamed on the Pokémon TCG channel:

https://www.twitch.tv/PokemonTCG

And lastly, anything related to Pokkén Tournament DX will be held on the PokkénTournament Twitch channel:

https://www.twitch.tv/PokkenTournament

Schedule

The Pokémon Company released a schedule for the event so those looking to keep track of one or all three tournaments know what to expect.

On Friday, April 26, the TCG and video game match coverage will begin at 2:30am CT. On April 27 at 6am CT, the Pokkén tournament will kick off, and further TCG and video game coverage will happen throughout the day.

On the last day, April 28, the final matches for all three games will commence starting from 2am CT.