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Pokémon Europe International Championships returns to ExCel London this April 5th to 7th - Pop-up Pokémon Center to be open onsite from April 4th

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2024 Pokémon Europe International Championships
The Pokémon Europe International Championships are coming once again to the enormous ExCeL London event center in England. Running from from April 5th to 7th, the event will feature competitions for the Pokémon Trading Card Game, the Pokémon Scarlet and Violet video games, Pokémon GO, and Pokémon UNITE. As with the 2022 Pokemon World Championships and 2023 Pokémon Europe International Championships which were also held at this venue, a pop-up Pokémon Center store will be available at the event, selling a wide variety of Pokémon products, including a range of items themed around the International Championships.

Pokémon Europe International Championships Welcome Kit
Registration for competitors and spectators will be opened in two waves via RK9, commencing at the following times:
  • Wave 1: February 22nd, at 7:00pm (UTC) / 11:00am (PST)
  • Wave 2: February 23rd, at 9:00am (UTC) / 1:00am (PST)
For the first time for the Europe International Championships, spectators will have the option of purchasing full-weekend passes, or individual day passes. Both competitor and spectator badges will need to be picked up onsite. All competitors for the Masters Division for the TCG and Video Game Championships, as well as all Pokémon GO and Pokémon UNITE competitors, will be required to pick their badges up between 1pm and 8pm on Thursday April 4th, the day before the event. Competitors for the Junior and Senior Divisions for the TCG and Video Game Championships will also be able to pick their badges up on Friday. Spectators may pick their badges during the block on Thursday, or at any time during opening hours of the event.

When picking up badges, all competitors will receive a welcome kit with a variety of Pokémon EUIC merchandise, including a playmat, baseball-style cap, deck box, card sleeves, and lanyard.

Pokémon Center Pop-Up Store
Entry to the Pokémon Center Pop-Up Store will be via Entrance N1 of ExCeL London. The pop-up store will be open during the following hours:
  • Thursday: 10:00am-8:00pm
  • Friday 14th: 10:00am-8:00pm
  • Saturday 15th: 10:00am-8:00pm
  • Sunday 16th: 10:00am–4:00pm
The pop-up store will be open to the general public, and customers will not need to have purchased either a competitor or spectator badge to enter. However, due to the popularity of these pop-up Pokémon Center stores, customers will need to have booked a reservation online to ensure a timeslot to visit. Details on how reservations can be made this year have not yet been released. In 2023, reservations were able to be made via the official EUIC website both prior to and during the event.


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