MEweedle amongst 2024 Pokémon EUIC champions crowned in London

MEweedle UK Pokemon Go Championships winner London 2024

The champions of the 2024 Pokémon Europe International Championships (EUIC) have been crowned in London this past weekend, with UK player MEweedle among them.

The 2024 Pokémon EUIC saw thousands of skilled Pokémon trainers battling it out in the Pokémon Trading Card Game, the Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet video games, Pokémon Go and Pokémon Unite.

After three days of competition at ExCeL London, the top players were crowned 2024 Pokémon Europe International Champions.

These winners included Pokémon Go champion, UK player Maxwell ‘MEweedle’ Ember (pictured above), who beat US player Alexander ‘Doonebug97’ Doone in the final.

MEweedle said after the win: “First of all, I would like to say GGs to all my opponents, I had some great battles and a lot of fun facing everyone.

“Secondly, I would like to thank everyone who supported me, especially my parents, for always taking me to these tournaments and supporting my journey. And of course, also the whole team of TeaAndPizza, they are the absolute best and I couldn’t have done it without them.

“I don’t know what my next tournament will be, however what I do know is I will always try my best to win Worlds this year.”


“I would also like to say thank you to everyone who has congratulated me, I will try to read through as many messages as I can when I get the time.”

You can see the player being awarded in this clip:

The news comes after it was confirmed earlier this year that the Pokémon Europe International Championships would be returning to London for 2024, like last year (see the full list of 2023 Pokémon EUIC winners here).

MEweedle is also a 2022 world champion and shared an image of his trophies on his Twitter page here:

Full list of 2024 Pokémon EUIC winners and runners-up

Trading Card Game Junior Division:
1st place: Yohann Cote [CA]
2nd place: Peter Shapkin [UK]

Trading Card Game Senior Division:
1st place: Gabriel Fernadez [BR]
2nd place: Benny Billinger [CA]

Trading Card Game Masters Division:
1st place: Tord Reklev [NO]
2nd place: Isaiah Bradner [US]

Video Game Junior Division:
1st place: Kevin Han [US]
2nd place: Ismael Hoggui [FR]

Video Game Senior Division:
1st place: Benjamin Polster [US]
2nd place: Teddy French [UK]

Video Game Masters Division:
1st place: Nils Dunlop [SE]
2nd place: Tim Edwards [US]

Pokémon GO:
1st place: Maxwell “MEweedle” Ember [UK]
2nd place: Alexander “Doonebug97” Doone [US]

Pokémon UNITE:

1st place: FUSION [LA-S]

  • Erick Jean “Zynuz” Bartolo Cotrina
  • Axel Xavier “Khea” Rivas Pérez
  • Jose “Anemo” Arias
  • Jeremy Wilman “Tempo” Rivas Nunura
  • Jesús “Draken” Vásquez Antaccasa

2nd place: Ks [JP]

  • Fujishiro “cocoatta” Arata
  • Tejima “iamTomato” Genki
  • Yamakawa “Rom” Naoki
  • Kaneko “Vitoppo” Yuma
  • Miyata “Noda wajiro” Daiki

Honolulu to host 2024 Pokémon World Championships

Yesterday, The Pokémon Company International shared further details about the 2024 Pokémon World Championships, which will be held in Honolulu, Hawai‘i, this summer.

Pokémon fans who attended the 2024 Pokémon Europe International Championships (EUIC) in London over the weekend, and those who followed the action via the official Pokémon livestream, found out that the 2024 Pokémon World Championships will take place from August 16th to 18th 2024, at the Hawai‘i Convention Center in Honolulu, Hawai‘i.

The artwork created especially for the event was also revealed, showing off Pikachu and friends on a snorkeling adventure.

Information about the 2024 Pokémon World Championships can be found here.

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