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The Pokémon World Championship standings so far


The Pokémon World Championship 2022 is in full swing, with players competing in the Pokémon card game, Pokémon Sword & Shield, Pokémon Unite, and Pokémon Go. There are a load of different competitors, all looking to take victory against their opponent, and we’re keeping an eye on it all and giving you the results.

It can be a little hard to keep track of everything unless you fancy watching dozens of hours of live streams. So, we’ve got the Pokémon World Championship standings listed down below to make your life just that bit easier. Aren’t we lovely? You can thank us later.

Anyway, head below for all the Pokémon World Championship standings in a bunch of lovely tables. Or why not check out these Pokémon cable cars that are taking over south-east London? We’ve also got lots of stuff for the next entry in the series, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Check out our Pokémon Scarlet and Violet mystery gift codes and Pokémon Scarlet and Violet gym leader guides to get ready for the next big adventure.

Pokémon World Championship standings

Thanks to the amazing people at Liquipedia, we have all the scores from the Unite and Go competitions so far.

A cardboard cutoat of Pikachu with the word London below, dressed as a British guard.

Pokémon Go World Championship 2022 standings

The Pokémon Go World Championship format involves bracketed tournaments leading to a grand final between the last two players standing.

Place Prize ($) Player
 1  10,000
2 7,500
3 5,000
4 4,000
5 3,000
6 3,000
7 2,250
8 2,250
9  1,500
10 1,500
1 1 1,500
12 1,500
13 1,000  Buhtti
14  1,000  Stonecollection
15 1,000 RicFlareon
16 1,000  00danke1219
17 Hsineerg
18  Gobius
19  Statastan
20 KUJIRA12GO
21  Nickname29585
22  AndrewManjarrez
23 SpartanL17
24 Doonebug97

Pokémon Unite World Championship standings

The Pokémon Unite World Championship format has four groups of four teams (except group B, which only has three teams), leading to playoffs between the top two teams from each group. Groups C and D are yet to play any matches

Group A matches

Team 1 matches won Team 2 matches won
OG – 2 RNT – 0
No Show – 1 T2 – 1
OG – 1 No Show – 2
RNT – 0 T2 – 2
RNT – 1 No Show – 2
OG – 0 T2 – 2
  • OG and No Show qualify for the playoffs

Group B matches so far

Team 1 matches won Team 2 matches won
RNS – 1 Eternity – 2
RNS – 2 SS – 0
SS – 2 Eternity – 1

We’ll update this page over the weekend as other matches come to a close. For more, check out our Pokémon Scarlet & Violet starter and Pokémon Scarlet & Violet legendaries guides.

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