This year, the Pokemon Go Battle League is hosting a sleek Ultra League Edition of the Summer Cup, so it’s time to reenter the game and become your best by showing your greatest skills! Oh, and one more thing. Your Great League Edition squad definitely won’t matter during this event, as Pokemon with up to 2,500 CP may now compete. So, make sure you choose wisely your Pokemon!
The Great League Edition of the Summer Cup has been running for a week, and now things are really getting heated up with the new Ultra League Edition, which restricts participants to Pokemon of the Fire, Normal, Bug, Electric, Grass, and Water types exclusively. Are you ready?!
Keep in mind that the Summer Cup: Ultra League Edition will begin on June 8, 2023, at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET / 9 PM BST and finish on June 15, 2023, at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET / 9 PM BST.
Pokemon Go Summer Cup: Ultra League Edition Rules Set
Only Bug, Water, Normal, Grass, Electric, and Fire-type Pokémon are permitted to compete in the Summer Cup: Ultra League Edition. There’s a cap of 2,500 CP that they can’t go above. The fact that only Pokemon with a dual type may enter is a plus, although this does limit your choices.
Best Pokemon for the Summer Cup
Check out all the cool Pokemon great for the Summer Cup, Ultra League Edition:
You’ll need to max up your Pokemon’s potential as near to the 2,500 CP max as possible, which means picking high-quality Pokemon and making sure they know the best available moves.
Best team for the Summer Cup
If you’re playing Summer Cup: Ultra League Edition, a great trio to utilize is Zapdos, Walrein, and, of course, Pidgeot. While Zapdos and Walrein can take care of themselves just fine thanks to their skill set, Pidgeot is presently ranked first in PvPoke for this cup due to its excellent moveset, which includes Feather Dance (great for a debuff on the opponent’s Attack stat).
Teaming up with Victini, Virizion, and Trevenant is another fantastic option you can try during the Summer Cup: Ultra League Edition. Together, these Pokemon will give a wide array of coverage choices and are expected to perform just well!