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Tatsuya Watanuki

Tatsuya “1803gi” Watanuki is a Japanese player. Known for using original teams, Tatsuya reached quarterfinals of the 2022 JP Nats and in his first World Championship, he top cut and finished 17th. Both, using Golissopod.

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Daniele Spuntarelli

Daniele “Zenzero” Spuntarelli is an Italian VG player. Daniele’s journey as a VGC player started in 2019 with his first official result in Cologne. He fought through London WCS Day 1 and managed to top cut in his first World Championship.

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Roberto Parente

Roberto “TrainerRob” Parente is an Italian VG player. He qualified for 2019 and 2022 WCS. In 2019-22 season he got a bunch of results in Regional Championships and Special Events which lead to his Day 2 invite. In London WCS he placed 12th his best result so far.

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Hippolyte Bernard

Hippolyte “RedsilverFR” Bernard is a French player. His track record starts in 2018 with a Top 8 at the French Dreamhack.
He is a two times World competitor placing Top 32 in 2019 Washington and TOP 16 in 2022 London. He is the 2019 Cologne Regional Champion and part of Team France World Cup.

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Rinya Kobayashi

Rinya “Rin” Kobayashi is a Japanese player and the 2021 Japanese Nationals runner-up. He has qualified to the Pokémon World Championships since 2018 and is specially known for the archetype Rinya Sun named after him with which he got a Top 16 in 2022 London.

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Calvin Foster

Calvin “calvonix” Foster is an Scottish VG player. His first results came in the 2019-2022 season. Previously, Calvin stood out in online non-official competitions such as a second place in the VR LCQ Sun Series Invitational and his victory in NPA. He is a 2022 London WCS quarterfinalist.

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Lee Provost

Lee “Osirus” Provost is a British VGC player and caster. Lee started playing competitively in 2010 and since then, he have earned 6 World Championship invites with Washington DC (2014) being his best international performance at Worlds so far.

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Wonseok Jang

Wonseok “Krelcroc” Jang is a South Korean player. Wonseok entered the VGC scene winning the Korean National Championship in 2012. In his first year, he began playing competitively becoming one of the youngest champions.

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Wonseok Jung

Wonseok “reo” Jung is a South Korean player and the 2021 and 2022 Trainers Cup Champion.

He is one of the most distinguishable players in the Korean circuit. In barely two years, between 2017 and 2019, he obtained two victories and a second spot in the seasonal Korean League.
The two times Korean National Champion has qualified to Pokémon World Championship every single time since Anaheim 2017.