The conference is held in Ever Grande City. It is the third Pokémon League Conference shown in the anime.
Registration for the conference closes at 5 P.M. on the day before the opening ceremonies. Trainers are given a Food and Restaurant Guide for the venue upon registration.
Like at the Indigo League, the opening ceremonies consist of a torch lighting ceremony. Select trainers run with the torch containing Moltres's flame and carry it to the top of the stadium, where it is used to light a much larger torch. The lighting of the large torch marks the official opening of the Ever Grande Conference.
Each Trainer participates in one preliminary battle. Only one Pokémon may be used during the battle and the winner advances to the Qualifying Rounds. The loser is eliminated from the competition.
During the qualifying rounds, the Top 256 Trainers take part in three Double Battles. If all three are won, the Trainer moves on to the finals.
The final rounds are a series of Full Battles with the Top 32 Trainers participating in the standard sudden-death tournament style. The winner of the Ever Grande Conference is the Trainer that wins all of the final rounds, meaning they must win five Full Battles in a row.
Trainers who have participated in the Ever Grande Conference
|Ash Ketchum||Top 8|
Trainers here participated in the conference either before or after the conference Ash entered.
|The Pokémon League|
Pokémon Trainer • Pokémon battle
Gym Leaders • Gyms • Badges
Frontier Brains • Symbols • Prints
Hall of Fame
Elite Four • Orange League
Pokémon World Tournament
Hoenn and Kanto • Sinnoh and Johto
| Pokémon League Conferences|
Indigo • Silver • Ever Grande • Lily of the Valley • Vertress
Pokémon League locations
Indigo Plateau • Pummelo Stadium* • Mt. Silver*
Ever Grande City • Pokémon League*/Lily of the Valley Island*
Pokémon League*/Vertress City* • Pokémon League
Regional Pokémon Leagues
Indigo • Orange* • Johto • Hoenn • Sinnoh • Unova • Kalos
Areas of jurisdiction
Pokémon League Reception Gate • Cerulean Cave
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