Pokemon League

Do you like Pokemon? Of course you do! Open to all ages, Pokemon League is a great way to meet new friends, hone your skills in friendly competition, and trade cards with your fellow trainers.

All events are sanctioned by Nintendo (more info here), and hosted by our Pokemon Professor Jose (or his assistant).

 

Sundays 

Casual League Play: 2nd & 4th Sunday of each month, 10am - 1pm

Bring your decks and $5 event deposit, and challenge a fellow trainer!

 

Standard Constructed Tournament: 1st Sunday of each month, 11am - 3pm. Sign-ups 10am till 11am.

The Standard Format Constructed Tournament is a three-round, non-elimination "Swiss format" tournament (in which all participants play in each round regardless of wins or losses). The entry is fee is $5. Each participant is required to bring a full 60-card deck built to the current Standard Format. Prizes are determined by numbers of attendance.

 

Sealed Tournament: 3rd Sunday of each month, 11am - 3pm. Sign-ups 10am till 11am.

The Sealed Tournament is a three-round, non-elimination "Swiss format" tournament (in which all participants play in each round regardless of wins or losses). The entry fee is $15. Each participant receives 4 booster packs from the current set, with which they build a 30-card deck to use in the tournament. All cards in their deck must come from either those 4 boosters, or a selection of store-provided basic energy. Participants are not required to bring any cards of their own. Prizes are 1 current booster pack for each match won, and participants may also keep all cards from their entry boosters.

 

SPECIAL EVENTS 

Pre-Release: Dates & times TBD

Pre-Release Tournaments are special events that give you a sneak preview of upcoming Pokemon sets before they're available for purchase! Prize structure, tournament format, and entry fee typically remain about the same each time, but check individual event descriptions for specific details.

 

See more Games of Berkeley events on our Facebook page.

 

 

 

 

Come play Pokemon at Games of Berkeley!