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Pokèmon Oceanian International Championships: Nintendo announces Streaming in Italian



Pokèmon Oceanian International Championships: Nintendo announces Streaming in Italian


Pokémon Trainers around the world have been struggling with Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield for months now, the latest chapters dedicated to pocket monsters that landed in November on Nintendo Switch. Months that many of them have taken to raise, refine and make their team stronger and stronger in view of a fundamental, now imminent, competitive appointment dedicated to the eighth generation of Pokémon. This is the Pokémon Oceanian International Championships, the second important stage of the 2020 competitive season that officially opens the doors of International events to the last console of the Kyoto house.

A competition that will take place from 21 to 23 February overseas, in Australia, but which, thanks to the renewed collaboration between Nintendo and the Pokémon Millennium portal, will be broadcast in live streaming with commentary in Italian for all fans of the Peninsula. Italian fans will therefore have the opportunity to follow all the matches live on the Cydonia Twitch channel, complete with real-time technical commentary: it will be like being at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center!

The initiative is part of the program designed by Nintendo to make the major events in the competitive Pokémon world even more accessible, eliminating the distances between continents and allowing everyone to enjoy the contents in Italian. Being characterized by the awarding with a high amount of Championship Points, the points necessary to qualify for the Pokémon World Championships, the International Championships are the most important events of each competitive season, therefore truly unmissable for all fans of Pokémon challenges. The next stages will take place in Europe and North America, specifically in Berlin from April 17 to 19 and in Columbus, Ohio, from June 26 to 28. It will then be the turn of the world final, which arrives for the first time ever in Europe and will be held at the ExCeL in London from 14 to 16 August.

In short, it will truly be a year full of new emotions for the entire Pokémon community: the Oceanian International Championships are only the beginning of the long path that will lead to the highly anticipated World Cup. The events in streaming with the competition are on the Cydonia Twitch channel on Thursday 20 February from 11.00 pm, Friday 21 February from 11.00 am and Sunday 23 February from 1 am, the starting time of the pre-show which will anticipate the final at 03.00 .