From the source: Nintendo... Pokemon Direct + Game Bundles!

Something is different about today's post. Yes, it's been awhile since Pokemon was front and center... but that's not it (no... no... no). SDGT is now an official Humble Partner(!)... meaning we will be representing with all sorts of awesome affordable deals on games! How good of a deal you ask? You can get multiple games starting at $1 while showing your love & support of SDGT at the same time!

By the way... Sega should consider Phantasy Star Online 2 for the Nintendo Switch due to its portability, it's a perfect fit in my opinion and i'd be there ready to buy. There should also be a Phantasy Star Online Steam Edition!

Anyway... on to Pokemon Direct!

June 6, 2017 14:15 UTC

Nintendo News: Nintendo Adds Pokkén Tournament DX to the E3 Lineup

REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Pokkén Tournament DX joins the ARMS and Splatoon 2 games
with its own invitational tournament at E3 2017. This third Nintendo Switch game will complete the triad of
social, competitive games in action at Nintendo’s booth next week at the E3 video game trade show in
Los Angeles. Fans around the world can watch all the tournament action, as well as Nintendo Treehouse:
Live at E3, by visiting, or by watching on Nintendo’s Twitch and YouTube channels.
Pokkén Tournament DX joins the ARMS and Splatoon 2 games with its own invitational tournament at E3  ...
Pokkén Tournament DX joins the ARMS and Splatoon 2 games with its own invitational tournament at E3 2017. (Graphic: Business Wire)

Here’s a handy schedule of events for the week:
Name: 2017 Splatoon 2 World Inkling Invitational
DateTuesday, June 13
Time2:30 p.m. PT*
Details: For the first time ever, competitors from four different global regions will compete for world dominance
in Splatoon 2. The four-person teams – from the United States, Japan, Europe and Australia/New Zealand –
defeated their local rivals and gained the chance to take on competitors at E3.
Format: Teams will battle in a round-robin Turf War tournament that will decide seeding for the next round. All
teams will play one another and get a chance to scope out their opponents’ strengths and weaknesses. In the
next round, teams will battle in the game’s Ranked Battle modes, in addition to Turf War. The semifinal stage
will be a best-of-five battle, while the championship will be best-of-seven.
Prize: The winning team will win global bragging rights and its members will have their names engraved on a
sweet Splatoon 2 trophy.
Casters: Jordan Kent, Ashley Esqueda and Nintendo of America’s Eric Smith
Name: 2017 Pokkén Tournament DX Invitational
DateWednesday, June 14
Time10:30 a.m. PT*
Competitors: Eight YouTube and Twitch stars
Format: Crew battle with four teams and two players per team. Random draft order. The first person in each
crew must choose one of the new characters; the other person can choose one of the original characters.
Prize: Winners will each receive a Pokkén Tournament DX art piece signed by Tsunekazu Ishihara, president
and CEO of The Pokémon Company, and members of the development team.
Casters: Jordan Kent, D1 and VikkiKitty
Name: 2017 ARMS Open Invitational
DateWednesday, June 14
Time3:30 p.m. PT*
Competitors: Four professional competitive fighting game players (Alex “CaliPower” Valle, Kelsy “SuperGirlKels”
Medeiros, Daniel “Tafokints” Lee and Marie-Laure “Kayane” Norindr) will take on four E3 attendees who rise to the
top by competing in Nintendo’s booth.
Format: Single-elimination
Prize: The coveted 2017 ARMS Open Invitational Belt
Casters: Jordan Kent, D1 and VikkiKitty
Nintendo Treehouse: Live at E3
What: Members of Nintendo’s Treehouse will once again delve into the details of the Nintendo Switch console and
games for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, including Super Mario Odyssey and Pokkén Tournament DX.
Viewers will get an in-depth look at gameplay and hear behind-the-scenes details about Nintendo’s lineup for E3.
When: On Tuesday, June 13, the show starts right after the Nintendo Spotlight: E3 2017 presentation about 9:30 a.m.
On Wednesday and Thursday, June 14-15, the show starts about 10 a.m. PT.*
Who: Treehouse members, as well as developers and other game experts, including Tsunekazu Ishihara, president
and CEO of The Pokémon Company. Ishihara and development team members will talk about the upcoming
Pokkén Tournament DX game for Nintendo Switch.

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