Pokemon allowed and banned for Championships – Pokemon Go September 2022

Pokemon allowed and banned for Championships

Last Updated on 29 September, 2022

Pokemon allowed and banned for Championships – Pokemon Go September 2022. Main list of new Pokemon allowed for the next championships.

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Pokemon allowed and banned for Championships

In the next official tournaments the following Pokémon will be allowed:

  • Buzzwole
  • Pheromosa
  • Xurkitree
  • Shaymin Sky Form

Until now they were banned due to their limited availability in GO Fest face-to-face.

The following Pokémon are still unusable:

  • 1 Galarian Articuno
  • 2 Galarian Zapdos
  • 3 Galarian Moltres

The latest Pokémon available in the game (Mareanie, Toxapex, and Togedemaru) are allowed.

Source: Day 2 Events

September & October Events

  • Season of Light, info
  • GO Fighting League, info
  • 2022 and 2023 World Championships, info
  • Psychic Spectacular, info
  • Clefairy Commotion, info
  • Saturday September 18, 2022, Roggenrola Community Day, más info Pokemon Roggenrola > Boldore > Gigalith
  • Field Research September, info
  • Fashion Week Event, info
  • Evolving Stars (5-8 Oct), info
  • Mega Gyarados Raid Day 8 Oct, info
  • 1 Saturday October 15, 2022, Litwick Community Day, más info Pokemon Litwick > Lampent > Chandelure
  • Festival of Lights (14-17 Oct), info
  • Halloween (20-1 Nov), info
  • 2 Saturday, November 5, 2022 (Classic Community Day)
  • 3 Saturday, November 12, 2022

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