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The Pokémon UNITE March Finals will kick off this weekend, marking the second monthly finals of the UNITE Championship Series. This will be the first monthly event since the addition of the Mexico, Central America, South America-West and South America-East regions.

In total, 16 teams will compete in each region. The top four finishers from last month’s event received automatic invitations to this month’s finals. Meanwhile, the remaining 12 teams qualified through the March Cup Open Qualifier, from March 12-13.

Pokémon UNITE fans will be able to catch this month’s finals for each region across multiple streams in multiple languages. Here’s how to watch the Pokémon UNITE Championship Series March Finals.

How to watch the Pokémon UNITE Championship Series March Finals

The Pokémon UNITE Championship Series March Finals will kick off at 1 a.m. ET on Saturday. At this time, coverage will begin on the Japanese YouTube stream and the Korean Twitch and YouTube channels.

Portuguese coverage of the South America-East region will begin on the Brazilian Pokémon UNITE Twitch channel at 1 p.m. ET on Saturday. Then, the Spanish Twitch broadcast will start at 4 p.m. with South America-West, followed by Mexico and Central America.

Finally, the European and North American brackets will be streamed on the main Pokémon UNITE Twitch channel beginning at 3 p.m. ET on Saturday. The North American bracket will begin whenever the European bracket ends. This should be around 6 p.m. ET according to the current schedule. Along with the English stream, the main Pokémon UNITE YouTube channel will also be the site for Portuguese and Spanish coverage on YouTube.

In each region’s double-elimination bracket, players will compete for a spot in next month’s Aeos Cup and for points toward the Pokémon World Championships. The 2022 Pokémon World Championships will take place from August 18-21 in London, England.

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