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==Zacian Original Rubber Playmat==
Pokémon Centers, participating Pokémon Card Gym venues, and Pokémon Card Stations across Japan held Pokémon Card Day events on set Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays throughout December 2019, January 2020, and February 2020, starting with December 6, 2019—the official release day of the {{TCG|Sword}} and {{TCG|Shield}} expansions. Winners of the tournaments held during this period were awarded a single-player '''Zacian Original Rubber Playmat''' (Japanese: '''ザシアン オリジナルラバープレイマット'''). The February events added another playmat featuring {{p|Zamazenta}} to the prize pool; winners were randomly given a Zacian or Zamazenta playmat.
 
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==Champion's League 2020 merchandise==
The second Champion's League meeting of the 2019-2020 season, and the first major event open to all ages of the Sword & Shield Era open to all ages, was held on December 21, 2019 at the Aichi International Exhibition Center, nicknamed the Aichi Sky Expo, Tokoname. All competitors were given their choice of {{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Eevee|403}} andor {{TCG ID|S-P Promo|Morpeko|32}} promotional cardscard featuring the 2020 Championship Series logo upon entry. Competitors could also earn Play Points by participating in the various events at the meeting and redeem them for prizes. These events included the main Champion's League tournament, the 4-League Battle, the 3 on 3 Battle, and the V Deck Battle. Competitors could, however, only redeem Play Points once during the meeting, a new rule brought into effect for the 2019-2020 season. 2 Play Points could be redeemed for a set of stickers featuring focal {{TCG|Tag Team}}s from recent sets. At 6 Play Points, competitors could redeem the stickers and their choice of 1 of 4 promotional cards: {{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Jirachi|322}}, {{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Volcanion|404}}, {{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Mewtwo|405}}, or {{TCG ID|S-P Promo|Meowth V|28}}. At 10 Play Points, competitors could select to redeem 1 of 9 prior Mirror Holofoil promotional prints of the Basic Energy cards at random or opt for a {{TCG ID|S-P Promo|Meowth VMAX|29}} promotional card, as well as their choice of previous bracket promotional card, and the stickers. At 14 Play Points, competitors could earn their choice of previous bracket promotional cards, the set of stickers, and their choice of 1 of 67 possible promotional {{TCG|Pokémon-GX}} cards: {{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Espeon-GX|124}}, {{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Umbreon-GX|125}}, {{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Necrozma-GX|220}}, {{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Leafeon-GX|268}}, {{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Glaceon-GX|269}}, or {{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Sylveon-GX|323}}, or {{TCG ID|S-P Promo|Pincurchin V|33}}. All bar Pincurchin V were previously available in Champion's League meetings held during the 2018-2019 season. The top bracket of 20 Play Points would earn players their choice of promotional Pokémon14 Play Point-GXbracket card, a random Mirror Holofoil Energy card or Meowth VMAX card, the set of stickers, and 1 each of the Jirachi, Volcanion, Mewtwo, and Meowth V promotional cards.
A pop-up store, referred to as the Sales Corner, was also present at the venue, offering the latest TCG products and other official Pokémon merchandise. Packs of 64 event-exclusive '''Damage Design Premium Matte Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールドプレミアム・マット 「damage design」''' ''Deck Shield Premium•Matte: "Damage Design"'') could be purchased here, as could a red chic leather-style '''Golden Magikarp Flip Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''フリップデッキケース 「金のコイキング」''' ''Flip Deck Case: "Golden Koiking"'') complete with a golden-colored relief of {{p|Magikarp}}, which was limited to the Aichi meeting. The sleeves could be purchased for ¥890 and were limited to 2 per person; the deck case could be purchased for ¥3,000 and was limited to 1 per person. People participating in any event were automatically entered into a lottery to win 1 of 50 copies of the deck case. If the number present on a participant's Play Point stamp card was drawn, they could redeem a free copy of the deck case at the Gift Exchange Corner.
 
Junior League competitors in the main Champion's League 2020 tournament who reached the Second Stage of the qualifying round, as well as Senior, Master, and Open League competitors who placed in the top 64 following the qualification round, earned a promotional print of {{TCG ID|SMS-P Promo|Pal Pad|40631}}. A set of exclusive card sleeves (Japanese: '''オリジナルデッキシールド''' ''Original Deck Shield'') were also awarded to Junior League competitors who went beyond the qualifying round (Climax Stage), as well as Senior, Master, and Open League competitors who placed in the top 32 following the qualification round. New {{TCG ID|S-P|Victory Proof|Promo}} trophy cards were awarded to the top 4 players in each league category at each venue.
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
*{{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Glaceon-GX|269}} (SM-P Promo 269)
*{{TCG ID|SM-P Promo|Sylveon-GX|323}} (SM-P Promo 323)
*{{TCG ID|SMS-P Promo|PalPincurchin PadV|40633}} (SMS-P Promo 40633)
*{{TCG ID|S-P Promo|Pal Pad|31}} (S-P Promo 31)
*{{TCG ID|S-P|Victory Proof|Promo}} (S-P Promo; Gold)
*{{TCG ID|S-P|Victory Proof|Promo}} (S-P Promo; Silver)
*{{TCG ID|S-P|Victory Proof|Promo}} (S-P Promo; Bronze)
 
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==Sword & Shield Pokémon Center Limited Special Set==
The premium Pokémon Center limited sets proved to be popular following their debut midway through the Sun & Moon Era, offering items with exclusively commissioned artwork and large amounts of cards. The '''Sword & Shield Pokémon Center Limited Special Set''' (Japanese: '''ソード&シールド ポケモンセンター限定セットスペシャル''') continueswas set to continue the trend into the Sword & Shield Era and was scheduled to become available to purchase at Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and on the Pokémon Center Online from January 1, 2020. Each set includeswas to include 1 {{TCG|Sword}} booster box, 1 {{TCG|Shield}} booster box, and 4 additional accessories:
:A '''Large Capacity Card Box''' (Japanese: '''大容量カードボックス''') that can hold up to 1,400 cards. It features [[5ban Graphics]] illustrations of {{p|Zacian}} and {{p|Zamazenta}} as used on many other products.
:The matching '''HOPPE DAISHŪGO Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース「HOPPE DAISHŪGO」'''), '''HOPPE DAISHŪGO Half Playmat''' (Japanese: '''ハーフプレイマット「HOPPE DAISHŪGO」'''), and set of 64 '''HOPPE DAISHŪGO Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド「HOPPE DAISHŪGO」''' ''Deck Shield: "HOPPE DAISHŪGO"'') all feature the evolutionary family of {{p|Pikachu}} and subsequent Pokémon [[Electric rodents|inspired by its design]] as of [[Generation VIII]]. HOPPE DAISHŪGO can be translated as ''Cheek Great Gathering'', referencing the common trait these Pokémon have. The deck case can store 180 cards and comes with 2 card dividers.
The release of the product was later cancelled upon the discovery of a quality issue. An apology was uploaded to the official Pokémon Card Game website on December 29, 2019.
 
'''Product images:'''
|image7=HOPPE DAISHUGO Sleeves.jpg
|caption7=HOPPE DAISHŪGO Sleeves
}}
 
==Zamazenta Original Rubber Playmat==
Special Pokémon Card Day events were held between January 1 and 5, 2020 in celebration of the New Year at Pokémon Centers, participating Pokémon Card Gym venues, and Pokémon Card Stations across Japan. Winners of the tournaments held during this period were awarded a single-player '''Zamazenta Original Rubber Playmat''' (Japanese: '''ザマゼンタ オリジナルラバープレイマット'''). It was later added to the prize pool at regular Pokémon Card Day events held during February 2020 ; winners were randomly given a {{p|Zacian}} or {{p|Zamazenta}} playmat.
 
'''Product image:'''
{{TCGMerchGallery
|background={{Sword color}}
|border={{Shield color}}
|image1=Zamazenta Original Rubber Playmat.jpg
|caption1=Zamazenta Original Rubber Playmat
|size1=200px
}}
 
==Sumi-e Series 2 accessories==
A second wave of merchandise featuring ink wash illustrations by sumi-e artist OKAZU became available to purchase from Pokémon Centers from January 1, 2020. Like the {{TCGMerch|Sun & Moon|Era|Sumi-e Series accessories|first wave}} of products released during the Sun & Moon Era, each item depicts one or a number of Pokémon in dynamic poses illustrated with a limited color palette. These items include:
 
'''Deck cases:''' Each deck case comes with two card dividers and have capacity for up to 180 cards.
:'''Sumi-e Series: Pikachu & Rayquaza Sceptile Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース 墨絵列伝 ピカチュウ&レックウザ''')
:'''Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune & Raikou Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース 墨絵列伝 エンテイ&スイクン&ライコウ''')
 
'''Deck case images:'''
{{TCGMerchGallery
|background={{Sword color}}
|border={{Shield color}}
|image1=Sumi-e Pikachu Rayquaza Deck Case Front.jpg
|caption1=Sumi-e Series: Pikachu &<br>Rayquaza Deck Case (front)
|image2=Sumi-e Pikachu Rayquaza Deck Case Back.jpg
|caption2=Sumi-e Series: Pikachu &<br>Rayquaza Deck Case (reverse)
|image3=Sumi-e Entei Suicune Raikou Deck Case Front.jpg
|caption3=Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune<br>& Raikou Deck Case (front)
|image4=Sumi-e Entei Suicune Raikou Deck Case Back.jpg
|caption4=Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune<br>& Raikou Deck Case (reverse)
}}
 
'''Playmats:'''
:'''Sumi-e Series: Pikachu & Rayquaza Rubber Playmat''' (Japanese: '''ラバープレイマット 墨絵列伝 ピカチュウ&レックウザ''')
:'''Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune & Raikou Rubber Playmat''' (Japanese: '''ラバープレイマット 墨絵列伝 エンテイ&スイクン&ライコウ''')
 
'''Playmat images:'''
{{TCGMerchGallery
|background={{Sword color}}
|border={{Shield color}}
|image1=Sumi-e Pikachu Rayquaza Rubber Playmat.jpg
|caption1=Sumi-e Series: Pikachu &<br>Rayquaza Rubber Playmat
|size1=200px
|image2=Sumi-e Entei Suicune Raikou Rubber Playmat.jpg
|caption2=Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune &<br>Raikou Rubber Playmat
|size2=200px
}}
 
'''Sleeves:''' Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.
:'''Sumi-e Series: Pikachu Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド 墨絵列伝 ピカチュウ''' ''Deck Shield: Sumi-e Series: Pikachu'')
:'''Sumi-e Series: Rayquaza Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド 墨絵列伝 レックウザ''' ''Deck Shield: Sumi-e Series: Rayquaza'')
:'''Sumi-e Series: Entei Sleeves''' (Japanese: ''' デッキシールド 墨絵列伝 エンテイ''' ''Deck Shield: Sumi-e Series: Entei'')
:'''Sumi-e Series: Suicune Sleeves''' (Japanese: ''' デッキシールド 墨絵列伝 スイクン''' ''Deck Shield: Sumi-e Series: Suicune'')
:'''Sumi-e Series: Raikou Sleeves''' (Japanese: ''' デッキシールド 墨絵列伝 ライコウ''' ''Deck Shield: Sumi-e Series: Raikou'')
 
'''Sleeve images:'''
{{TCGMerchGallery
|background={{Sword color}}
|border={{Shield color}}
|image1=Sumi-e Pikachu Sleeves.jpg
|caption1=Sumi-e Series: Pikachu Sleeves
|image2=Sumi-e Rayquaza Sleeves.jpg
|caption2=Sumi-e Series: Rayquaza Sleeves
|image3=Sumi-e Entei Sleeves.jpg
|caption3=Sumi-e Series: Entei Sleeves
|image5=Sumi-e Suicune Sleeves.jpg
|caption5=Sumi-e Series: Suicune Sleeves
|image6=Sumi-e Raikou Sleeves.jpg
|caption6=Sumi-e Series: Raikou Sleeves
}}
 
'''Damage counter cases:'''
:'''Sumi-e Series: Pikachu & Rayquaza Damage Counter Case''' (Japanese: '''ダメカンケース 墨絵列伝 ピカチュウ&レックウザ''')
:'''Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune & Raikou Damage Counter Case''' (Japanese: '''ダメカンケース 墨絵列伝 エンテイ&スイクン&ライコウ''')
 
'''Damage counter case images:'''
{{TCGMerchGallery
|background={{Sword color}}
|border={{Shield color}}
|image1=Sumi-e Pikachu Rayquaza Damage Counter Case.jpg
|caption1=Sumi-e Series: Pikachu & Rayquaza<br>Damage Counter Case
|image2=Sumi-e Entei Suicune Raikou Damage Counter Case.jpg
|caption2=Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune<br>& Raikou Damage Counter Case
}}
 
==S1a accessories==
{{anchor|Sword & Shield Coin Album}}
The first subset of the Sword & Shield Era, {{TCG|VMAX Rising}}, was officially released on February 7, 2020. The release of this set also saw numerous TCG accessories become available to purchase at Pokémon Centers across the country as well as on the Pokémon Center Online.
 
'''Deck cases:''' Each deck case comes with two card dividers and have capacity for up to 180 cards.
:The '''Gigantamax: Melodies that Echo on the Lake Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース キョダイマックス 湖に響く旋律''' ''Deck Case: Kyodaimax: Melodies that Echo on the Lake'') features a [[5ban Graphics]] illustration of {{p|Lapras}} in its [[Gigantamax]] form against a swirling rainbow background.
:The '''Gigantamax: True Form of the Mysterious Forest Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース キョダイマックス 不思議な森の正体''' ''Deck Case: Kyodaimax: True Form of the Mysterious Forest'') features [[Gigantamax]] {{p|Snorlax}} as illustrated by [[Creatures, Inc.]]'s in-house art team 5ban Graphics.
 
'''Deck case images:'''
{{TCGMerchGallery
|background={{Sword color}}
|border={{Shield color}}
|image1=Gigantamax Melodies that Echo on the Lake Deck Case.jpg
|caption1=Gigantamax: Melodies that<br>Echo on the Lake Deck Case
|image2=Gigantamax True Form of the Mysterious Forest Deck Case.jpg
|caption2=Gigantamax: True Form of the<br>Mysterious Forest Deck Case
}}
 
'''Sleeves:''' Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.
:The '''Gigantamax: Melodies that Echo on the Lake Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド キョダイマックス 湖に響く旋律''' ''Deck Shield: Kyodaimax: Melodies that Echo on the Lake'') feature Gigantamax Lapras, recently released as a {{TCG|Pokémon VMAX}} card in the {{TCG|Shield}} expansion.
:'''Gigantamax: True Form of the Mysterious Forest Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド キョダイマックス 不思議な森の正体''' ''Deck Shield: Kyodaimax: True Form of the Mysterious Forest'') feature {{p|Snorlax}} in its [[Gigantamax]] form, promoting its recent appearance as a Pokémon VMAX card in the {{TCG|Sword}} expansion.
:The '''Rillaboom, Cinderace & Inteleon Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ゴリランダー・エースバーン・インテレオン''' ''Deck Shield: Gorirandā•Ēsubān•Intereon'') feature [[Dynamax|Dynamaxed]] versions of {{p|Rillaboom}}, {{p|Cinderace}}, and {{p|Inteleon}}, each of which appear as Pokémon VMAX in the VMAX Rising subset.
:The '''Galarian Ponyta & Galarian Rapidash Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ガラルポニータ&ガラルギャロップ''' ''Deck Shield: Galarian Ponyta & Galarian Gallop'') feature the Galarian [[regional form]]s of Unique Horn Pokémon {{p|Ponyta}} and {{p|Rapidash}}. Their manes and horns are emitting a sparkling glow.
 
'''Sleeve images:'''
{{TCGMerchGallery
|background={{Sword color}}
|border={{Shield color}}
|image1=Gigantamax Melodies that Echo on the Lake Sleeves.jpg
|caption1=Gigantamax: Melodies that<br>Echo on the Lake Sleeves
|image2=Gigantamax True Form of the Mysterious Forest Sleeves.jpg
|caption2=Gigantamax: True Form of the<br>Mysterious Forest Sleeves
|image3=Rillaboom Cinderace Inteleon Sleeves.jpg
|caption3=Rillaboom, Cinderace &<br>Inteleon Sleeves
|image4=Galarian Ponyta Galarian Rapidash Sleeves.jpg
|caption4=Galarian Ponyta & Galarian<br>Rapidash Sleeves
}}
 
'''Coin album:''' Participating Pokémon Card Gym venues distributed '''Coin Albums''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンコイン専用ケース''' ''Pokémon Coin Exclusive Case'') to customers purchasing at least 2 VMAX Rising booster boxes in a single transaction. Each album comes with an exclusive gold-colored {{TCG|coin}} featuring the [[Generation VIII]] [[starter Pokémon]], which can be displayed along with other coins in 1 of the 16 slots available. The album artwork features {{p|Rillaboom}}, {{p|Cinderace}}, and {{p|Inteleon}} in their [[Dynamax]] forms.
 
'''Coin album image:'''
{{TCGMerchGallery
|background={{Sword color}}
|border={{Shield color}}
|image1=S1a Coin Album.jpg
|caption1=Coin Album
|size=100px
}}
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