Pokémon Championships 2022-23 Philippines
Trading Card Game Event Outline
Trading Card Game Event Outline
The long-awaited Pokémon Championships 2022-23 Philippines will be held this
13 and 14 May 2023. Are you ready to become the Champion?
Championship points will be awarded to the top finishers in the tournament. Depending on the total number of points earned, you can qualify for the Pokémon World Championships.
|Dates||13-14 May 2023|
|Location||Day 1, Saturday 13 May 2023
EDSA cor. Ortigas Avenue, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Day 2, Sunday 14 May 2023
Red Apple Manila Studio
1 Guanio Compound, Barangay Maybunga (near The Grove by Rockwell), Pasig, Philippines.
|League Category||Open League|
60 cards Deck with 6 Prize cards
|About Championships Points||The CSP table referenced will vary depending on the number of participants in the
The CSP will be assigned according to the actual number of participants after the tournament ends. It might take several days before showing up on players’ MY Page.
For more details, click here
|Capacity||up to 300 players|
|How to participate||Pre Registration required through the Trainers Website.
We will accept walk-in registration on a first-come-first-served basis if space is available after pre-registration ends. Pre-registering participants will be a priority.
Please cancel your registered slot in advance through My Page on the Trainers Web if you wish to cancel.
|Conditions for Participation||
|Registration Period||Registration Start : 31 March 2023
Registration Close : 6 May 2023
|Registration Results||After pre-registration closes, please check your My Page space to see if you’ve been selected.|
|Available Cards to be used||Pokémon Trading Card Game English version only (multilingual language cards are
Pokémon TCG Banned Card List
|Deck List Submission||
|Items to bring||
No rental equipment will be available at the venue on the day of the event.
【Day 1, Saturday 13 May 2023】
Player Briefing start 11:30 AM
|Qualifiers Start||12:00 AM|
|Announcement of Standings for Day 2 Top Cut||08:00 PM
Depending on the Qualifier time, the announcement starts earlier than scheduled.
【Day 2, Sunday 14 May 2023】
|Players Preparation||10:00 AM
Player Briefing starts at 10:30 AM.
|Top Cut Start||11:00 AM|
|Awards Ceremony||05:00 PM
The Award Ceremony may start earlier than scheduled.
|Structure||Swiss rounds, Best-of-One (Bo1)
The Top 16 players in the final Qualifiers rankings will advance into the Top Cut.
|Number of Rounds||Up to 8 rounds|
|Match Duration||25 minutes|
|Swapping Cards||Players cannot swap cards in their deck between rounds.|
|Match Resolution||Rules on Match Resolution for Bo1 matches|
|Rankings||Win: 3 match points, Loss: 0 match points. A Draw counts as a Loss for both players.
Players with the same number of match points will have their rankings decided with an additional calculation method.
|Structure||Single Elimination, Best-of-Three (Bo3)|
|Match Duration||75 minutes|
|Swapping cards||Players cannot swap cards in their deck|
|Match Resolution||Rules on Match Resolution for Bo3 matches|
|3rd and 4th Place||
|5th to 8th Place||
|9th to 16th Place||
|17th to 24th Place||
|25th to 32th Place||
Other Requests to All Participants
* If the player who was late doesn’t explicitly express their wish to continue playing in the tournament by the end of that match, they will be automatically dropped.
* Participants who fail to show up on the tournament day without a valid reason may not be allowed to participate in future events.
|During and between matches||
Participants are required to check all of the following rules:
Please follow instructions from staff members and sit at your designated table. Tables will be sufficiently spaced from each other.
Submitting match results
A staff member will come to retrieve the match slip.
Please remain seated after the match is over.
|COVID-19 Policy||Please refrain from entering the venue if any of the following applies to you: