The Opening Ceremony Tournament for the ION Pokémon Forever Championship has wrapped up. The first IPFC Pokémon Master has been crowned, and it should come as no surprise to anyone that it is the trainer who won both seasons of the ION Pokémon League, Zero. Now, the question is: How long will he hold the crown?
Now, the rest of the trainers will vie for a chance to take on Zero to become the Pokémon Master. There are two ways in which trainers can get the opportunity. The first is to amass 20 points in their battles with other trainers. The other is to be the top ranked challenger at the end of the month.
There have been a couple of changes to the format, mostly involving the point system, so check that out in the link above. You may also go there to join in on the event. The battles are going to start heating up and Zero is waiting for a challenge.
EDIT: As Pokémon Master, Zero has announced that this week’s stipulation to get double the flat rate (4 instead of 2) points is to win with a team of all Ghost-type Pokémon.