Pokemon Go Battle League World of Wonders

Pokemon Go: World of Wonders Battle League Details & Key Dates

The latest Pokemon Go season has arrived, and here are all the Battle League details and key dates for World of Wonders.

The Pokemon Go: Battle League is a feature in the game that allows players to choose Pokemon and compete in competitive, online trainer battles. Players can receive rewards for winning battles, and with every season, the prizes are reset. Here is everything you need to know about the Pokemon Go: World of Wonders Battle League.

When Does The Pokemon Go Battle League: World of Wonders Season Begin?

The Pokemon Go Battle League: World of Wonders Season launches globally on Friday, March 1, 2024, at 1:00 pm PST / 4:00 pm EST / 9:00 pm GMT / 8:00 am AEDT (March 2).

At the beginning of the season, players will earn their End-of-Season rewards from the previous season, and their Battle League rank will be reset.

Pokemon Go Battle League: World of Wonders Full League Schedule

The Pokemon Go Battle League rotates through different leagues on particular dates, so players must switch up their teams to keep progressing. The following leagues will begin and end at 1:00 pm PST / 4:00 pm EST / 9:00 pm GMT / 8:00 am AEDT (March 2) on the dates listed below.

March 2 – March 9

  • Great League
  • Electric Cup: Great League Edition

Electric Cup Specifications:

  • Pokemon must be at or below 1,500 CP to enter.
  • Only Electric-type Pokemon are eligible.
  • Stunfisk, Heliolisk, Charjabug, and Vikavolt are banned.

March 9 – March 16

  • Ultra League
  • Spring Cup: Great League Edition

Spring Cup Specifications:

  • Pokemon must be at or below 1,500 CP to enter.
  • Only Water-, Grass-, and Fairy-type Pokemon are eligible.
  • Mantine and Toxapex are banned.

March 16 to March 23

  • Master League*
  • Spring Cup: Great League Edition*

Spring Cup Specifications:

  • Pokémon must be at or below 1,500 CP to enter.
  • Only Water-, Grass-, and Fairy-type Pokémon are eligible.
  • Mantine and Toxapex are banned.

*4× Stardust from win rewards (this does not include end-of-set rewards).

March 23 – March 30

  • Great League*
  • Ultra League*
  • Master League*

*4× Stardust from win rewards (this does not include end-of-set rewards).

March 30 – April 6

  • Great League
  • Ultra Premier

Ultra Premier Specifications:

  • Pokemon must be at or below 2,500 CP to enter.
  • Legendary Pokemon, Mythical Pokemon, and Ultra Beasts are not eligible.

April 6 – April 13

  • Ultra League
  • Jungle Cup: Great League

April 13 – April 20

  • Master League*
  • Jungle Cup: Great League*

Jungle Cup Specifications:

  • Pokemon must be at or below 1,500 CP to enter.
  • Only Normal-, Grass-, Electric-, Poison-, Ground-, Flying-, Bug-, and Dark-type Pokemon are eligible.
  • Gligar and Galarian Stunfisk are banned.

*4× Stardust from win rewards (this does not include end-of-set rewards).

April 20 – April 27

  • Great League*
  • Ultra League*
  • Master League*

*4× Stardust from win rewards (this does not include end-of-set rewards).

April 27 – May 4

  • Great League
  • Master Premier

Master Premier Specifications

  • No CP Limit.
  • Legendary Pokemon, Mythical Pokemon, and Ultra Beasts are not eligible.

May 4 – May 11

  • Ultra League
  • Great League Remix

Great League Remix Specifications

  • Pokemon must be at or below 1,500 CP to enter.
  • The 20 Pokemon that are most used by Trainers ranked Ace and above in the Great League are not eligible in the Great League Remix.
  • Alolan Sandslash, Wigglytuff, Lickitung, Lanturn, Azumarill, Umbreon, Skarmory, Vigoroth, Medicham, Whiscash, Altaria, Registeel, Deoxys (Defense Forme), Bastiodon, Galarian Stunfisk, Talonflame, Trevenant, Charjabug, Skeledirge, and Clodsire are banned.

May 11 – May 18

  • Master League
  • Great League Remix*

Great League Remix Specifications

  • Pokemon must be at or below 1,500 CP to enter.
  • The 20 Pokemon that are most used by Trainers ranked Ace and above in the Great League are not eligible in the Great League Remix.
  • Alolan Sandslash, Wigglytuff, Lickitung, Lanturn, Azumarill, Umbreon, Skarmory, Vigoroth, Medicham, Whiscash, Altaria, Registeel, Deoxys (Defense Forme), Bastiodon, Galarian Stunfisk, Talonflame, Trevenant, Charjabug, Skeledirge, and Clodsire are banned.

*4× Stardust from win rewards (this does not include end-of-set rewards).

May 18 – May 25

  • Catch Cup: Little Edition*
  • Catch Cup: Great League Edition*

Catch Cup: World of Wonders: Little Edition Specifications

  • Pokemon must be at or below 500 CP to enter.
  • Only Pokémon caught during the World of Wonders Season are eligible.

Catch Cup: World of Wonders: Great Edition Specifications

  • Pokemon must be at or below 1,500 CP to enter.
  • Only Pokémon caught during the World of Wonders Season are eligible.

*4× Stardust from win rewards (this does not include end-of-set rewards).

May 25 – June 1

  • Great League*
  • Ultra League*
  • Master League*

*4× Stardust from win rewards (this does not include end-of-set rewards).

Pokemon Go splash screen revealing start and end date for World of Wonders Season
Image Source: Niantic

World of Wonders Pokemon Go Battle Events

GO Battle Weekend: World of Wonders

The Pokemon Go Battle Weekend: World of Wonders will take place from Saturday, May 4, 2024, at 12:00 am to Sunday, May 5, 2024, at 11:59 pm local time.

Players can expect the following bonuses to be active:

  • 4× Stardust from win rewards. (This does not include end-of-set rewards.)
  • The maximum number of sets you can play per day will be increased from five to 20—for a total of 100 battles—from 12:00 am to 11:59 pm local time.
    *Free battle-themed Timed Research will be available. Rewards include the avatar item Hala-Style Shoes.

2024 Pokemon Europe International Championships Bonus

The Pokemon Go 2024 Pokemon Europe International Championships Bonus will take place from Wednesday, April 3, 2024, at 12:00 am to Sunday, April 7, 2024, at 11:59 pm local time.

Players can expect the following bonuses to be active:

  • The maximum number of sets you can play per day will be increased from five to 10—for a total of 50 battles—from 12:00 am to 11:59 pm local time.

GO Battle League: World of Wonders Rewards

Guaranteed rank-up encounters

You will encounter the following Pokemon once per Season at the designated ranks.

  • Rank 1: Primeape
  • Rank 6: Poliwrath
  • Ace Rank: Deino (Shiny Available)
  • Veteran Rank: Goomy (Shiny Available)
  • Expert Rank: Jangmo-o
  • Legend Rank: Pikachu Libre (Shiny Available)

Standard Encounters

You can encounter the following Pokemon in reward encounters throughout the Season at the specified ranks.

  • Rank 1: Machop (Shiny Available)
  • Rank 1: Marill (Shiny Available)
  • Rank 1: Gligar (Shiny Available)
  • Rank 1: Grubbin (Shiny Available)
  • Rank 1: Skwovet
  • Rank 6: Frillish (Shiny Available)
  • Rank 6: Carbink
  • Rank 11: Alolan Marowak (Shiny Available)
  • Rank 11: Lickitung (Shiny Available)
  • Rank 11: Phantump (Shiny Available)
  • Rank 11: Mareanie
  • Rank 16: Vullaby (Shiny Available)
  • Rank 16: Wooloo
  • Rank 16: Falinks
  • Rank 20: Active Raid Boss in five-star raids
  • Ace Rank: Goomy (Shiny Available)
  • Veteran Rank: Deino (Shiny Available)
  • Expert Rank: Jangmo-o

GO Battle League Timed Research Pass

For the most dedicated Trainers, a Timed Research battle pass will be available in the in-game shop at no cost once the Pokemon Go Battle League: World of Wonders begins.

This Timed Research will keep track of your victories throughout the Season. Each research page will require 100 wins to complete, and doing so will reward you with a small amount of Stardust and items, such as an Elite Fast TM (at 400 wins) and an Elite Charged TM (at 500 wins).

Pokemon Go: World of Wonders Battle League Avatar Item Rewards

Pokemon Go Avatar items and Other Rewards

Trainers can earn the following avatar items at specific ranks, which are all inspired by Hala, kahuna of Melemele Island, from the Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon video games.

  • Ace Rank: Hala-Style Shoes.
  • Veteran Rank: Hala-Style Pants.
  • Expert Rank: Hala-Style Shirt.
  • Legend Rank: Hala-Style Pose.

Pokemon Go: New Attacks

Metal Sound (Fast Attack)

  • Trainer Battles: 3 power
  • Gyms and raids: 6 power

The following Pokemon can learn Metal Sound.

  • Magnemite
  • Magneton
  • Wormadam (Trash Cloak)
  • Bronzong
  • Magnezone
  • Klink
  • Klang
  • Klinklang

Psywave (Fast Attack)

  • Trainer Battles: 3 power
  • Gyms and raids: 4 power

The following Pokemon can learn Psywave.

  • Mr. Mime
  • Misdreavus
  • Lunatone
  • Solrock
  • Mismagius
  • Inkay
  • Malamar

Sand Attack (Fast Attack)

  • Trainer Battles: 2 power
  • Gyms and raids: 4 power

The following Pokemon can learn Sand Attack.

  • Sandshrew
  • Sandslash
  • Alolan Diglett
  • Alolan Dugtrio
  • Zigzagoon
  • Linoone
  • Trapinch
  • Vibrava
  • Flygon
  • Cacnea
  • Cacturne
  • Starly
  • Staravia
  • Staraptor
  • Hippopotas
  • Hippowdon
  • Lillipup
  • Herdier
  • Stoutland
  • Furfrou
  • Sandygast
  • Palossand
Ceruledge, and Pikachu wearing Cap’s hat in Pokemon Go
Image Source: Niantic

Pokemon Go: Attack Changes

Shadow Bone

  • Trainer Battles: 80 power (previously 75 power)

Brick Break

  • Trainer Battles: Energy cost increased
  • Guaranteed to lower the opposing Pokemon’s Defense by one stage

Cross Chop

  • Trainer Battles: 55 power (previously 50 power)

Aqua Tail

  • Trainer Battles: 55 power (previously 50 power)

Water Pulse

  • Trainer Battles: 80 power (previously 70 power)
  • Trainer Battles: Energy cost decreased

Attack Availability Updates

  • Goodra can learn the Charged Attack Aqua Tail.
  • Empoleon can learn the Fast Attack Steel Wing.
  • Feraligatr can learn the Fast Attack Shadow Claw.
  • Gallade can learn the Fast Attack Psycho Cut.
  • Araquanid can learn the Charged Attack Water Pulse.
  • Throh can learn the Charged Attack Brick Break.
  • Sawk can learn the Charged Attack Brick Break.
  • Krookodile can learn the Charged Attack Brick Break.
  • Crabrawler can learn the Charged Attack Brick Break.
  • Crabominable can learn the Charged Attack Brick Break.
  • Hakamo-o can learn the Charged Attack Brick Break.
  • Kommo-o can learn the Charged Attack Brick Break.
  • Diglett can learn the Fast Attack Mud Shot.
  • Dugtrio can learn the Fast Attack Mud Shot.
  • Graveler can learn the Fast Attack Mud Shot.
  • Golem can learn the Fast Attack Mud Shot.
  • Starmie can learn the Charged Attack Psybeam.
  • Kirlia can learn the Charged Attack Draining Kiss.
  • Lileep can learn the Fast Attack Bullet Seed.
  • Gastrodon can learn the Charged Attack Earthquake.

That’s everything you need to know about the upcoming Pokemon Go Battle League Season. For more guides just like this one, be sure to check out our Guide Hub. If you want to learn more about World of Wonders, you can view the full season update here.