news\ Sep 27, 2011 at 4:19 pm

World's Best Pokémon Players Crowned


The dreams of competitive Pokémon Trading Card Game and video game players around the world came true for a select few this weekend at the 2011 Pokémon World Championships in San Diego, CA.

Thousands of the world's top Pokémon Trading Card Game and video game players, family, friends, and fans attended the most anticipated event of The Pokémon Company International's Play! Pokémon season. The 2011 Pokémon World Championships featured the world's best Pokémon players competing for the title of World Champion after advancing through nearly a year of regional and national tournaments around the globe. Once the dust settled after three days of intense Pokémon Trading Card Game and video game battles, six skilled individuals were crowned World Champions, proudly representing their family, supporters, and home countries. The Pokémon Company International announced today its 2011 Pokémon World Champions:

  • 2011 Pokémon TCG Junior Division World Champion, Gustavo Wada from Brazil.
  • 2011 Pokémon Video Game Junior Division World Champion, Brian Hough from the USA.
  • 2011 Pokémon TCG Senior Division World Champion, Christopher Kan from Australia.
  • 2011 Pokémon Video Game Senior Division World Champion, Kamran Jahadi from the USA.
  • 2011 Pokémon TCG Masters Division World Champion, David Cohen from the USA.
  • 2011 Pokémon Video Game Masters Division World Champion, Ray Rizzo from the USA.

"The Pokémon World Championships is more than a tournament; it's a global event for our entire community to compete, have fun, and create lifelong friendships," said J.C. Smith, director of Consumer Marketing for The Pokémon Company International. "It's been an incredible weekend, and we couldn't be happier to congratulate this year's World Champions for their dedication, their unbelievable talent, and most importantly, their sportsmanship during the entire Play! Pokémon season."

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