Baris “Billa” Ackos is a german VGC player, judge and caster. His VGC career goes back to 2013 when, in his first WCS appearance he got a Top 16 in Vancouver. Since then, he has obtained several good performances around the world and, in addition, becoming the first player to compete in all continents. 3 years after his first Pokémon World Championship, Baris got his best result so far: an 8th place in San Francisco WCS.
Jens Arne Maekinen is a Norwegian VGC player and x2 times world competitor. 2017-2018 season has been his most accomplished format so far with excellent results internationally. During that year, Jens managed to obtained two Top 8 in Regional and Spe championships and astonishing performances in Oceania and Worlds.
Flavio “Pado” del Pidio is an Italian player and the 2019 Europe International Champion. He started playing in December 2014 after discovering VGC thanks to 2014 Washington D.C World Championships. Although Flavio competed in several tournaments along this last 5 years, his most significant results have been achieved during VGC 2018 and VGC 2019.
Alessio Yuri “Yuree” Boschetto is an Italian player and the 2018 Oceania International Champion. In the VGC 2017 season he obtained his first notable and international results with several Tops in International Championships finishing its first season with a Day 2 in San Francisco. The following years he improved his performances obtaining a International Championship in 2018.
Alessio’s track record includes Tops and Regional Championships from around the world. However the Italian player shines in International events and specially, in WCS considering that Yuree has accomplished two consecutive TOP 16 and four consecutive invites in the Pokémon World Championships so far.
David “Hamstermania” Koutesh is a Czech VGC player. He started playing Pokémon as senior in 2015 and immediately had some great results such as a 12-0 result in nationals. He finished his first season showing his huge potential for the following years, with a TOP 8 in 2015 WCS.In 2016, although he really didn’t like the meta, he went to Italy nationals and got his second worlds invite. David was average from that point on, however in 2017, he was victim of infamous 6-1 bubble, at one of UK regionals he placed 9th with that record, neverthless qualified for worlds that year.