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Beastcoast Launches Largest Collaborative Pokémon Content Channel

Beastcoast is leveling up the Pokémon Community by announcing the launch of the Beastcoast Pokémon Channel and the signing of content creators Chaotic Meatball and Celio’s Network alongside existing Beastcoast player and content creator James Baek. This channel is designed to be a hub for Pokémon content of all types, encompassing everything the franchise has to offer from high level gameplay in a variety of Pokémon titles to fun casual content about the franchise itself. 

 Chaotic Meatball had this to say: 

"I'm excited to join Beastcoast because it's an opportunity to make content that's both collaborative, and might not necessarily land with my main audience. Being able to do things like TCG with Luke (Celio's Network) and brush up on my VGC with James while making informative, fun content for our viewers is gonna be a great time for everyone involved."

Celio’s Network had this to say: 

"When I was a kid, if you told me that I could be a professional Pokémon trading card game player and creator I wouldn’t have believed it. The Pokémon franchise has given me community, friendships, life lessons, and now a chance to be part of an awesome Esports organization. I’m excited to be a part of Beastcoast because of the potential it holds for the Pokémon TCG community, but also for the potential the Beastcoast Pokémon team has in the world of content creation."

Beastcoast CEO Grant Zinn had this to say about the launch of the channel: 

“We’re beyond excited to launch the Beastcoast Pokémon Channel. We are pumped to support this amazing community with a new kind of collaborative content that Pokémon fans have never seen before. Stay tuned, 2022 is going to be the best year ever to be a Pokémon fan.” Beastcoast was founded in 2017 and is a New York City based-esports organization focused on players’ interests and well-being and celebrating the diversity and charm of gaming communities both large and small. They have player representation in Dragon Ball FighterZ, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Super Smash Bros. Melee, and Mortal Kombat 11, Pokémon, Rainbow Six Siege, Dota 2, and Teamfight Tactics, as well as a stellar cast of streamers. Their sponsors include: HyperX, Aorus, Betway, Keeper Security, and Trovo. Beastcoast participated in the Techstars Sports program in Indianapolis, Indiana.  

beastcoast can’t wait to “#makewaves” in the Pokémon scene.