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Series 4 TCG Prize Packs to be available at Play! Pokémon events at participating locations from February 14th

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Play! Pokémon Prize Pack - Series 4
In an update posted today to the Official Pokémon Homepage, The Pokémon Company International has announced that the latest series of Play! Pokémon Prize Packs will be available starting February 14th. Players will be able to acquire these special 6-card booster packs by participating in various Play! Pokémon events, including Leagues, League Challenges, and League Cups, at participating retail locations.

Play! Pokémon Prize Packs are distributed differently from location to location, and from event to event. Those locations hosting more frequent and more active events will receive more packs to distribute to their players.

Play! Pokémon Prize Pack Series Four features approximately over 100 specifically selected cards featuring the Play! Pokémon logo, which were originally printed in English in sets starting with the Lost Origin expansion, through to Obsidian Flames, in addition to Scarlet & Violet Print Basic Energy cards. Several of these cards are available in foil upgraded versions for the first time in this pack. The set includes reprints of many popular cards commonly played in top-tier metagame decks, such as:
All of the cards in this set cards retain their original set number, with the addition of a Play! Pokémon logo. This logo is typically placed to the bottom right of the card art, however certain cards such as Charizard ex (Obsidian Flames 125) relocate this to the left side to avoid obscuring focal elements of the card art.


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