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The setting for the competition

(Japanese: ヒガキ大会 Higaki Conference) is the Unova League general championship competition.

The conference is held in Higaki City. Competing Trainers are housed in lodgings in small villages similar to previous Leagues. The conference took place from BW103 to BW108 in the anime.

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Competition

Opening ceremonies

The opening ceremony consists of Freddy O'Martian jumping down from a helicopter and Officer Jenny lighting the League torch.

Rounds

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The preliminary round match-ups

Preliminary round

The preliminary round consists of one-on-one battles. All the 128 competitors are randomly matched up by a computer. The 64 winning Trainers move on to the next round.

Qualifying rounds

First round

The first round consists of Single Battles with two Pokémon used by each Trainer. The 32 winning Trainers move on the next round.

Second round

The second round consists of Single Battles with two Pokémon used by each Trainer. The 16 winning Trainers move on the next round.

Third round

The third round consists of Single Battles with three Pokémon used by each Trainer. The 8 winning Trainers move on the next round.

Final rounds

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The top 8 trainers qualified for the final rounds, consisting in Full Battles
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The scoreboard for the Full Battles

The final rounds are a series of Full Battles with the Top 8 Trainers participating. The winner of the Higaki Conference is the Trainer that wins all of the final rounds.

Trainers who have participated in the Higaki Conference

Trainer Place
Ash Ketchum N/A
Cameron N/A
Virgil N/A
Katharine N/A
Dino N/A
Antonio N/A
Ramone N/A
Imotarō N/A
Manning Top 16
Kenton Top 16
Flora Top 16
Stephan Top 16
Geraldo Top 32 or Top 64*
Emmanuel Top 32 or Top 64
Bianca Top 64
Trip Top 128
Kenō Top 128
Ultimo Top 128
Michael Top 128
Raul Top 128

Trivia


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Participation
TrainerBattleGym Leaders
GymsBadgesHall of Fame
Championship matches
Elite FourOrange League
Pokémon World Tournament
Pokémon League Conferences
IndigoSilverEver Grande
Lily of the ValleyVertress
Pokémon League locations
Indigo PlateauPummelo Stadium*Mt. Silver*
Ever GrandePokémon League*/Lily of the Valley*
Pokémon League*/Vertress*Pokémon League
Regional Pokémon Leagues
IndigoOrange*JohtoHoenn
SinnohUnovaKalos
Areas of jurisdiction
Pokémon League Reception GateCerulean Cave

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