Is Pokemon TCG Online shutting down?
The Pokémon TCG Online app will be removed from the App Store, Google Play, and Pokemon.com—and game servers will be shut down—shortly prior to the launch of Pokémon TCG Live, which will be coming soon to Trainers around the world on iOS and Android devices, as well as PCs and Macs.
Is Pokemon TCG still popular?
As of March 2020, over 30 billion Pokémon TCG cards have been sold worldwide. Mobile game Pokémon GO has generated over $4 billion in revenue since 2016. The latest Pokémon games (Sword and Shield) have sold over 20 million units in a little over a year.
Will there be a Pokemon TCG tournament in 2021?
This exciting competition will take place April through July 2021, and it will see some of the best Pokémon Trainers from around the world square off to win a share of $45,000 in prizes and, perhaps more importantly, bragging rights as one of the top Pokémon Trainers in the world.
Is Pokemon TCG getting rid of Fairy type?
Pokemon TCG Makes Massive Change for Sword & Shield Expansion. The Pokemon Trading Card Game is getting rid of Fairy-type cards. … “Pokemon that are Fairy types in the Pokémon video game series will now generally be represented as Psychic-type Pokemon in the Pokemon TCG,” a statement from the Pokemon Company read.
Is Pokemon TCG Online on mobile?
TCG Live will let you play online on across PC, Mac, Android and iOS – similarly to its predecessor – and it will use the same digital codes to purchases from the real world to the app (so don’t worry about your hard-earned IRL boosters not being compatible with the app).
What does the GX stand for in Pokémon?
“Giga” is the next metric prefix (it means billion). GX is meant to: Denote the next level of power after Mega (Giga comes after Mega) Establish ties with the existing EX mechanic (It’s GX not Giga Ex and functions like EX)