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This article is about the game. For the type of Trainer, see Pokémon Master.
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Pokémon Masters
Pokémon Masters Logo.png
Logo of Pokémon Masters
Basic info
Platform: iOS, Android
Category: RPG
Players: N/A
Connectivity: N/A
Developer: DeNA
Publisher: DeNA
Part of: Generation VII spin-off
ESRB: E10+
Release dates
Japan: August 29, 2019
North America: Summer 2019
Australia: Winter 2019
Europe: Summer 2019
South Korea: Summer 2019
Hong Kong: Summer 2019
Taiwan: Summer 2019
Japanese: Official site
English: Official site

Pokémon Masters (Japanese: ポケモンマスターズ) is an upcoming free-to-start spin-off Pokémon game for iOS and Android. It allows players to battle various Pokémon Trainers from the core series games. It will be released in summer 2019, with a tentative release date on August 29. This game is set on the artificial island of Pasio.

It was officially revealed at the Pokémon 2019 Press Conference on May 29, 2019. More details were revealed on June 27, 2019. A preview version of the game was released in Singapore on July 25, 2019 and in Canada on August 6, 2019.


Start a new adventure in the Pokémon world! Explore the all-new island of Pasio!

There’s a tournament of 3-on-3 battles being held on Pasio called the Pokémon Masters League. Aim to become its champion as you battle with famous Trainers and make a dream team of friends on the way!

Form a team with three Trainers and their Pokémon to target your opponents' weaknesses and deal big damage!

Enjoy co-op play with friends all around the world! In co-op play, three players team up for fun, exciting battles! Work together to emerge victorious!


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Reason: Confirmed Gameplay so far (see How to Play video series).

To enter the Pokémon Masters League, players must collect at least five Badges by defeating the PML Leaders located in Pasio.[1] When recruiting a sync pair, the player can unlock a sync pair story.[2]. The player also gain access to a Poryphone that contains various uses that are unknown at the moment.

Sync pairs

Main article: Sync pair

A sync pair is a pair consisting of one Pokémon Trainer and one Pokémon in Pokémon Masters. Each sync pair has one of three roles: strike sync pairs, which are focused on attacking; support sync pairs, which are focused on defending, healing HP, and increasing stats of the whole team; and tech sync pairs, which are focused on different tactics, such as inflicting status alterations.

Sync pairs can be recruited by playing the main story, or through scouting.


The game can be played on:[3]


In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese Pokémon Masters
Mandarin Pokémon Masters
France Flag.png French Pokémon Masters
Germany Flag.png German Pokémon Masters
Italy Flag.png Italian Pokémon Masters
South Korea Flag.png Korean Pokémon Masters
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pokémon Masters

See also


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