Pokken Tournament Results

pokken champ 382016The following page is a listing and compilation of the results of tournaments held as part of Pokemon’s “Pokken Tournament Championship Series” for the Masters Division. Pokken Tournament is a game for the Wii U that was released on March 18th, 2016. The game was originally released in arcades in Japan on July 16, 2015.

For more information on the Pokken Tournament Championship Series, check out the official page.

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Overall Results

The following is a compilation of all Masters Division Pokken tournametns held in the Masters Division as part of Pokemon’s “Pokken Tournament Championship Series.”.

Last updated July 29, 2016

Rank Pokemon Point Share Points 1st 2nd 3rd 4th T-5 T-7
1 Sceptile 21.04% 42.5 3 3 1 0.5 2 0
2 Suicune 17.33% 35 2 1 1.5 1.5 3 1.5
3 Blaziken 11.88% 24 2 1 1 1 0 0
4 Mewtwo 10.77% 21.75 0 1 1.5 1.25 2 3
5 Gardevoir 6.44% 13 0 1 0.5 1 1 1
6 Shadow Mewtwo 5.94% 12 0 0 1 0 3 2
7 Braixen 4.46% 9 1 0 0 0 1 1
8 Lucario 4.46% 9 0 1 0 1 0 1
9 Chandelure 4.33% 8.75 0 1 0 0.25 1 1
10 Machamp 3.96% 8 1 0 0.5 0 0 0
11 Garchomp 2.97% 6 0 0 0 1 1 1
12 Charizard 2.48% 5 0 0 1 0 0 1
13 Weavile 1.86% 3.75 0 0 0 0.25 1 1
14 Gengar 0.99% 2 0 0 0 0 1 0
15 Pikachu Libre 0.87% 1.75 0 0 0 0.25 0 1
16 Pikachu 0.25% 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0.5

Point Payout: 1st (6), 2nd (5), 3rd (4), 4th (3), T-5th (2), T-7th (1)

2016 Results

The following are tournament by tournament results for the 2016 Pokken Tournament Championship Series.

EVO 2016 – July 15-17, Las Vegas, Nevada (Major)

1. Tonosama – Braixen
2. Buntan – Suicune
3. Swillo – Mewtwo
4. Potetin – Mewtwo/Weavile/Chandelure/Pikachu Libre
T-5. Suicune Master – Suicune
T-5. Bosshog – Garchomp
T-7. Kojikog – Charizard
T-7. Thulius – Mewtwo

Pokemon US National Championship – July 1-3, Columbus, Ohio (Major)

1. Suicune Master – Suicune
2. TeeJay – Sceptile
3. Bim? – Sceptile
4. Swillo – Mewtwo
T-5. Thankswalot – Sceptile
T-5. Mins – Shadow Mewtwo
T-7. Bosshog – Garchomp
T-7. Thulius – Mewtwo

CEO 2016 – June 24-26, Orlando, Florida (Minor)

1. Suicune Master – Suicune
2. Teejay – Sceptile
3. NG Obscure – Mewtwo/Suicune
4. PG Coach Steve – Garchomp
T-5. Abadango – Chandelure
T-5. Bim? – Sceptile
T-7. Cat Fight – Chandelure
T-7. Yeah It Do – Shadow Mewtwo

St. Louis Showdown – June 18-19, St. Louis, Missouri (Minor)

1. TeeJay – Sceptile
2. Deitylight – Lucario
3. Ouroboro – Gardevoir/Machamp
4. Suicune Master – Sceptile/Suicune
T-5. Swillo – Mewtwo
T-5. Double – Braixen
T-7. Kukkii – Braixen
T-7. ALLISTER – Suicune

Dreamhack Summer – June 18-19, Sweden (Major)

1. AngelDarkSong – Blaziken
2. JustinPig – Gardevoir
3. Schiggy – Charizard
4. Gwanyue – Gardevoir
T-5. Dark – Shadow Mewtwo
T-5. Humpe – Gengar
T-7. Gallivantz – Weavile
T-7. TearNine – Pikachu Libre

Pokemon Italian National Championship – June 11-12, Italy (Minor)

1. Goreson – Machamp
2. Coldgamer – Mewtwo
3. Sentenza – Blaziken
4. Marchen – Lucario
T-5. Bandzor – Suicune
T-5. AlfredKamon – Suicune
T-7. BJay – Pikachu/Suicune
T-7. Dark – Shadow Mewtwo

Pokemon German National Championship – May 21-22, Germany (Minor)

Seattle Regionals – May 15, Seattle Washington (Minor)

1. Sheer – Sceptile
2. BadIntent – Blaziken
3. Allister – Suicune
4. Mewtater – Blaziken
T-5. Chan – Weavile
T-5. Tspeeds – Shadow Mewtwo
T-7. Beening – Gardevoir
T-7. Swiftie –

Pokemon UK National Championship – May 14-15, United Kingdom (Major)

1. Dark Angel Soul – Blaziken
2. Afrokami – Sceptile

DreamHack Austin – May 6-8, Austin, Texas (Minor)

1. Bim? – Sceptile
2. Cat Fight – Chandelure
3. Tloc – Shadow Mewtwo
4. Suicune Master – Suicune
T-5. NG Obscure – Mewtwo
T-5. Maskrin – Gardevoir
T-7. Swillo – Mewtwo
T-7. TYM Bolimar – Lucario

Update Log

  • July 29th, 2016 – Launch Pokken Tournament results page with full results from Evo, US National Championship, CEO, St. Louis Showdown, DreamHack Summer, Italian National Championship, and DreamHack Austin. 7/8 results from Seattle Regionals, 2/8 results from UK Nationals, and 0/8 from German Nationals.