Tournament (Duel)

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Tournaments are a type of competition in Pokémon Duel. During the preliminary round of the tournament, players can play up to 50 duels in a limited amount of time. Like other modes, players are assigned a score for tournaments which increases and decreases with their wins and losses respectively. At the end of the preliminary round, a players ranking is decided by the highest score they achieved. The top 32 players then advance to the tournament finals where matches are facilitated by the developers in a single-elimination tournament to decide the final rankings.

Gold and silver figures

Tournament winners are able to select a currently existing figure to receive gold and silver versions. Approximately one month after the tournament, they are given the gold figure and after another month, the silver version is made available through Time Boosters.

Dates

Name Preliminaries Finals
February 2019 tournament March 1 to 3, 2019 March 4, 2019
March 2019 tournament March 8 to 10, 2019 March 11, 2019

Rewards

Preliminary round ranking rewards

2,084th-513th 512th-257th 256th-129th 128th-First place
Pokemon Duel Cube C.pngCommon
Cube ×30
Pokemon Duel Cube UC.pngUncommon
Cube ×9
Pokemon Duel Cube C.pngCommon
Cube ×30
Pokemon Duel Cube R.pngRare
Cube ×3
Pokemon Duel Cube UC.pngUncommon
Cube ×9
Pokemon Duel Cube C.pngCommon
Cube ×30
Pokemon Duel Cube EX.pngEX
Cube
Pokemon Duel Cube R.pngRare
Cube ×3
Pokemon Duel Cube UC.pngUncommon
Cube ×9
Pokemon Duel Cube C.pngCommon
Cube ×30

Preliminary round victory rewards

1 win 2 wins 3 wins 4 wins 5 wins
Pokemon Duel Rare Metal R.pngRare
Rare Metal
Pokemon Duel Ingot EX.pngEX
Ingot
Pokemon Duel Rare Metal EX.pngEX
Rare Metal
Pokemon Duel Ingot UX.pngUX
Ingot
Pokemon Duel Rare Metal UX.pngUX
Rare Metal

Finals round ranking rewards

Top 32 (First round) Top 16 (Second round) Top 4 (Semi-final) 2nd place 1st place
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Gems ×100
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Carmonite ×50
Pokemon Duel Gem.png
Gems ×300
Pokemon Duel Carmonite.png
Carmonite ×150
Pokemon Duel Gem.png
Gems ×500
Pokemon Duel Carmonite.png
Carmonite ×300
Pokemon Duel Gem.png
Gems ×1,000
Pokemon Duel Carmonite.png
Carmonite ×500
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Golden Figure
Pokemon Duel Gem.png
Gems ×3,000
Pokemon Duel Carmonite.png
Carmonite ×1,000

Pre-tournaments

In anticipation of the tournament feature, several pre-tournaments (Japanese: ) were held. Initially, they only resembled the preliminary round of full tournaments but eventually, the final rounds were incorporated as well.

Dates

Name Start End
Pre-Tournament April 2018 April 26, 2018 2:00 UTC April 26, 2018 3:59 UTC
Pre-Tournament June 2018 June 15, 2018 3:00 UTC June 18, 2018 2:59 UTC

Rewards

Ranking rewards

1,000th-101st 100th-11th 10th-4th Third place Second place First place
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Carmonite ×10
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Carmonite ×30
Pokemon Duel Carmonite.png
Carmonite ×50
Pokemon Duel Carmonite.png
Carmonite ×70
Pokemon Duel Carmonite.png
Carmonite ×80
Pokemon Duel Carmonite.png
Carmonite ×100

Victory rewards

1 win 2 wins 3 wins 4 wins 5 wins
Pokemon Duel Rare Metal R.pngRare
Rare Metal
Pokemon Duel Ingot EX.pngEX
Ingot
Pokemon Duel Rare Metal EX.pngEX
Rare Metal
Pokemon Duel Ingot UX.pngUX
Ingot
Pokemon Duel Rare Metal UX.pngUX
Rare Metal


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