Marco “marcofiero” Silva is an Italian player and the 2020 Oceania International Champion.
During his last season in Senior Division he obtained a 14th place in Nashville WCS. The next year, (already in the Masters Division) the Italian shine in Washington where he achieved a spot between the best 32 players of the world. Right before the pandemic hit, Marco won the Oceania International Championship.
Israel “Isra” Suaste is a mexican VGC player. Although he plays Pokémon since Yellow. It was not until Pokémon D&P when he started to play in lots of tournaments not only in forums but also in his own region, Mexico.
Years later, in 2014 he got interested in the official format and he has been trying to participate in major competitions since then.
It is well know for its best result the 2016 Mexico National Championship which brought him to WCS for the first time.
Israel competed in the following years in several tournaments obtaining some notable results such as Top Cuts in International Championships or a 2nd place in Monterrey.
Graham “Ammodee” Amedee is an Australian player and the Northamerican International 2019 runner-up. He has been competing since 2015 when he attended the Brisbane Regional Championship. His best results have been during the 2019 season, obtaining several Top Cuts in Regional Championships and notable performances in International Championships, the most important one, in NAIC 2019 losing to Wolfe Glick in finals.
Tommy Valentine “Tman” Cooleen is a North American VGC player from New York. He began playing VGC in 2013 as a senior, before aging up to Masters in 2014. During the 2014 season, he cut 2 regionals in his first full year in Masters. He added 4 regional cuts over his next 2 years playing, but fell short of the win each time. Despite a drought of regional cuts from 2017-2018, he managed to cut the first 3 Internats of the 2017 season with his infamous “Double Duck” team which featured Pelipper and Golduck. Despite not reaching Top Cut in 2018, he did manage to reach Day 2 at the 2 Internationals that he attended.
Barry “Baz” Anderson is a British and veteran VGC player. He has had strong performances in Regional and WCS for the past 6 years. Since 2013, he have qualified x4 times and achieved his best result in San Francisco with a 7th place.
In addition, he creates content in Youtube about teambuilding, battle spot and analysis.
Eric “riopaser” Rios is a Spanish VGC player most known for his third place in 2014 Worlds in the Senior division. Although his best result has been in Washington WCS, he has obtained notable achievements since then such as two different SPE championships and a TOP 4 in an International.
Jamie “MrJellyLeggs” Boyt is a British VGC player and a 4-times world competitor. During his first competitive year, he managed to reach a 32nd place in Boston. Since then he has qualified each single year for the major tournament and he has achieved multiple results such as: x3 Regional Championships, a second place in Torino SPE and other results in less important events.