Worlds 2020 in London, Worlds 2019 Winners!

RisingRaichuu

Aspiring Trainer
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Hey, Worlds, welcome to Galar...
Brexit awaits you...
(Oh yeah, FINALLY come outside the US :) :) :) :) :))
 

The Binder Guy

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Welp, that’s something that I wasn’t expecting. I also see that TPCi didn’t learn a thing from hosting Worlds in Vancouver back in 2013, I expect to see less merch at the Pokemon Center pop-up shop and another Gino/Mees-style fiasco to occur the day after the event.
 

John Wick

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I'll be the one to say it.

I'm glad that from all the Champions, not one of them was from USA. Hahaha

Congrats to Japan, Australia, Germany, and Taiwan.


USA....bwahahahahha!!!!!
 

John Wick

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I reside in Ireland, so flying to London will be less than 100 dollars round-trip. Plus I have fam there, so transportation and room will be ABSOLUTELY FREE.

For USA people, DAMN!!!!!

Round-trip flight
Food
Room
Transportation

That is going to be soooooo costly for y'all lol
 

Hemos

The demonic Shadow Lugia/Mystical Raven Witch
Member
OK, I need to find the nearest league and get back into properly collecting so I can try and get a shot at this - I know I'm back and forth between the UK and Ireland a lot, but really, if I got lucky enough to compete, all I'd need to do is pay the cost of a train or diesel money (Or a flight if I was in Ireland at the time)

Failing that... well I'll have to try and get in as a spectator, I'd LOVE to see the masters up-close! (And maybe score some of that sweet swag the participants get >_>)

Oh, and hopefully being 34 won't be too old for the 'Masters' division XD
 

Skeleton Liar

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OMG! Maybe I’ll visit! Just an hour flight!
Do it! =) I traveled to Tennessee for Worlds last year since it was a reasonable distance to drive, and I'm so glad I did. The whole experience is still vivid in my memory, and just watching the livestream this year already made me very nostalgic. As cynical as I can get with the TCG or just Pokemon as a whole, it's something like that experience that reminds me why I'm still such a fan. (As sappy as that may sound.) It was a lot of fun.
 

break

D-Sun who was called D-Moon
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Cool, looks like it is time to update the old' passport again !!
Also, have they posted the VGC teams used in the finals anywhere ?
 

Tails

The Blonde Brainiac
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London should be fun in 2020. Alas, I think DC is the closest it'll ever get to me, unless it gets dropped into Philadelphia or something. As much as I want to say NYC, I don't think I'd go if that's the case. I'm not much of a "big city" type person.

(Philadelphia is also a "big city", but Philly is closer and is much easier to navigate than New York.)
 

Tytus

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I reside in Ireland, so flying to London will be less than 100 dollars round-trip. Plus I have fam there, so transportation and room will be ABSOLUTELY FREE.

For USA people, DAMN!!!!!

Round-trip flight
Food
Room
Transportation

That is going to be soooooo costly for y'all lol
Unless of course you can pull out a Regional Championship win or Internationals win then use there prize money for the travel expenses. A crazy plan but possible.;)
 
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