Tag Archives: big

Big News for the Oceania International Championships

With just over a month to go until competition gets underway, we’ve got all the big news for the Oceania International Championships that were announced over the last few days. The event details are available online, www.poic2017.com.au. This page is important as online registration will be done through there. Additionally, information about the schedule and the costs have also been unveiled. Key information ...

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Australian VGC Premier Challenges: January

  The VGC 2017 Season is here! Each month, we will be posting a round-up of all VGC Premier Challenges that will be happening throughout Australia. VIC January 8 @11:00am –  Werribee VGC Premier Challenge: Winter Series January 28 @11:00am – Box Hill VGC Premier Challenge: Winter Series NSW January 21 @10:00am – Newcastle VGC Premier Challenge: Winter Series WA ...

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Australian VGC Premier Challenges: December

  The VGC 2017 Season is here! Each month, we will be posting a round-up of all VGC Premier Challenges that will be happening throughout Australia. VIC December 10 @10:00am – Box Hill VGC Premier Challenge: Winter Series #1 December 18 @12:00pm – Dandenong VGC Premier Challenge: Winter Series #1 NSW December 10 @10:00am – Newcastle VGC Premier Challenge: Winter ...

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Pokémon Sun and Moon Retail Prices

Pokémon Sun and Moon are literally just around the corner, and with that of course, comes purchasing the games. Below we have listed some Australian retailers and how much they will be selling Pokémon Sun and Moon for. Big W | Link | $46 EB Games | Link | $59.95 JB HiFi | Link | $59 Target |  Link | $49 Please remember that these ...

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Big Leads: Knowing Your Xerneas + Groudon Leads

Hi everyone! With Worlds coming up and Australian players being a little stressed about team building, there was a lot of ambiguity around how exactly to benefit from leading with and against ‘Big 6’ teams (an archetype consisting of both Groudon and Xerneas) and their different variations, so I’m pretty much going to be providing a summary of the strengths ...

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Australian VGC Premier Challenges: May Round-Up

  Each month, we will be posting a round-up of all VGC Premier Challenges that will be happening throughout Australia. This month we also have VGC Regionals taking place throughout the country, you can find all details for Regionals here. VIC May 15 @9:00am – NLG Morwell: Pokémon Swampert VGC Premier Challenge #3 NSW May 21 @9:00am – Good Games ...

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2016 Australian VGC Regionals: May Round-Up

Each month, we post a round-up of all VGC events throughout the country, this month is our Regional Edition of our events round-up! ADELAIDE | MAY 1ST When: Sunday May 1st. Registration:  9:00am -10:00am. Expected finish time: 6pm. Registration form available here / or at the venue Where: The Ellington, Hackney Entry: Free AUCKLAND (NZ) | MAY 7TH When: Saturday ...

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Hang On, What Do I Use For VGC16?

  With Regionals fast approaching the question of ‘What team am I going to use’ looms over the head of every player in the nation. From recent Premier Challenge and Grassroots results it is fairly clear that Australia’s team building is lacking, with a large majority of players using teams taken from US Events and European Regionals, or having blatant holes to common ...

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Pokkén Tournament now out in Australia

  Pokkén Tournament is now out on Nintendo WiiU consoles in Australia! The game holds much hype, and is a mix between Tekken for it’s fighting style and Pokémon for it’s characters and universe. Below we have listed some Australian retailers, and how much they will be selling the game for: Big W | Link | $74 EB Games | ...

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Following Australians in the Nugget Bridge Major

  G’day everyone! You may have seen our recent news post about the 5th Nugget Bridge Major, a huge online Pokémon Tournament hosted by VGC website Nugget Bridge. Here at PokéAus, we’re happy to announce that we will be keeping track of how Australia’s representatives go in this tournament, both individually and collectively, via an online spreadsheet. Similarly to our Around the Stadiums series, we’ll ...

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