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League starts on Monday, January 8th. No signup needed. Just show up to the store.
Prizes and Give-A-Ways during our first meet.

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Pokémon League on Mondays!

Official League Play is every Monday from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

‚ÄčAll players will be required to register for the first session and will be provided with a Pok√©mon ID number, which is required for League attendance, as well as special play events like Pok√©mon Prereleases and tournaments.

If you would like to get your Pokémon ID before hand, please visit The Official Pokémon Website.

What is a Pokémon League?

Pokémon League is a casual gathering for players interested in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.  Players gather weekly to trade, do battle, and socialize with fellow players.  Skill levels range from beginners to championship-level players. League is a great way to meet fellow Pokémon aficionados and to grow your knowledge and skills.

How much does Pokémon League cost?

Regular League play is FREE. Occasionally, we will also host League Challenge events, prerelease events, and other activities which do have an entrance fee and associated prizes.

Are there any prizes for League participants?

League participants receive special Pokémon League stamped promo cards, while supplies last.  Promo cards change with each League Season (typically 1 month).

What about parents?

Parents of younger children (under 12), or those who require direct adult supervision, are required to stay during League. Parents may choose to participate in League or do other activities. We offer free Wi-Fi, so you’re welcome to bring a tablet or laptop. There are also multiple restaurants in the area. Parents of older children who are fine without close adult supervision may drop their well-behaved children off. Please be sure to leave them with a way to contact you!

What if my child doesn’t know how to play?

If you or your child does not yet know how to play the game, there is ample opportunity to learn. League Organizers are happy to teach kids and parents the ins and outs of the game during regular League meetings. If you don’t have a deck, we usually have sample decks available.