Pikalytics is a usage stats website focused on bringing statistics about the current metagame. The information can be found in two languages; Japanese and English. The pokédex (the main tool of Pikalytics) shows stats about Showdown and PGL and other non-official formats such as Overused, Ubers, etc.
Nimbasa City Post is an English website founded by @SamJTemple in 2017. It posts content about VGC, especially: reports, news, analysis and results. Nimbasa it’s one of the main media to keep you updated of tournament results, even more if it is an American one.
If you want to take a look you should see its articles focused on begginers such us tips during VGC tournaments or great tools like its resource’s page.
VictoryRoad is a Spanish & English website founded in 2015 by @fallingmindz and @Y4NGS. Since 2016, the competitive site started to create content in Spanish and became known thanks to the tournament ‘Road to San Francisco 2016’.In 2017, Victory Road arranged more than 200 players in 9 different events around the Spanish area in the ‘VictoryRoad Circuit 2017’However, during June 2018, VictoryRoad had to be started from zero due to domain issues. After a few weeks of donations, the staff was able to create another website and begin a new history. From that moment on, VictoryRoad hasn’t stopped creating content. Indeed, VR has revived an iconic competition such as the Dialga Cups and nowadays, you can also read VictoryRoad’s articles in English.
VGC Stats is a international website focused on the statistics about every single competitive Pokémon tournament in the world. It is born on January 2018 by Zach Carlson (@profshoomish) and @bul_ikana (the head developer of the website and only other major part of VGCstats staff) and since then, it has increased its popularity to near to 4.5k followers on Twitter.