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Pokemon Presents

Another Pokemon Presents presentation came and went this week. It was a lengthy broadcast coming in at 35 minutes long, but if you were hoping for a bunch of announcements, you may have been disappointed.

The latest look at the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet DLC – including a final September release date for The Teal Mask – was shown and was probably the biggest part of the presentation. Outside of that, a number of other games and updates were included such as a new trailer for Detective Pikachu Returns. Pokemon Trading Card Game and Pokemon Stadium 2 dropped on Nintendo Switch Online as well.

There’s now been some discussion as to whether this type of Pokemon Presents is really necessary if there isn’t anything truly new to show. Where do you stand on the debate? And what’d you think of the August 2023 Pokemon Presents overall? Let us know in the comments below.

Pokemon Presents rumor August 2023

New information has been uncovered suggesting that a Pokemon Presents presentation could be happening in August.

Fans have been digging through the latest update for Pokemon Masters EX – specifically version 2.35. Some code is included that mentions a campaign start date of 1691499600. That essentially translates to August 8, 2023.

Pokemon Presents February 2023 live stream

The new Pokemon Presents event for February 2023 will be starting soon, and we have the official live stream ready to go. Remember that the fun begins at 6 AM PT / 9 AM ET / 2 PM in the UK / 3 PM in Europe.

The only tidbit shared thus far is that the new Pokemon Presents will contain “about 20 minutes of exciting Pokemon news in celebration of Pokemon Day 2023”. We could hear about currently-released games like Pokemon Scarlet and Violet and perhaps some new stuff as well, but fans have thus far been left to speculate.

Here’s where you can watch the Pokemon Presents February 2023 live stream:

A new February 2023 Pokemon Presents has just been announced, which will air in time for Pokemon Day. Fans can tune in on February 27 at 6 AM PT / 9 AM ET / 2 PM in the UK / 3 PM in Europe.

According to The Pokemon Company, the event will feature “about 20 minutes of exciting Pokemon news in celebration of Pokemon Day 2023”. Other specifics were not provided.

You’ll be able to watch the February 2023 Pokemon Presents on YouTube. We’ll be sure to share all of the notable news once it’s announced next week.

Today’s Pokemon Presents presentation will be starting not too long from now. The broadcast is set to begin at 6 AM PT / 9 AM ET / 2 PM in the UK / 3 PM in Europe. Pokemon Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl and Pokemon Legends: Arceus are confirmed to be shown.

You can watch today’s Pokemon Presents as it happens below. Our coverage will continue throughout the day.

Pokemon Presents

We didn’t get a Nintendo Direct this week, but we did have a different type of presentation. Pokemon Presents, a broadcast dedicated to announcements for the series, aired on Wednesday.

It’s probably safe to assume that New Pokemon Snap was the highlight for most viewers. On top of that though, there were a few other announcements, including Pokemon Cafe Mix and Pokemon Smile. We have the full recap here.

Now that the presentation has aired, what do you think about the various announcements? What are your predictions for next week’s Pokemon Presents, which will feature news about a big upcoming project? Let us know in the comments below.

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