The Battle League for Pokémon Go is a PvP battle mode in which trainers face each other from all sides. There is no need to go out and find a coach. Instead, meet those who are also looking for battles in an open lobby and fight them based on your Battle League rank. The Battle League resets each season, with new rewards available to all who participate.
Those interested in jumping into Battle League Season 6 won't have to wait too long. It should arrive on July 1.500th. Each Battle League in the game begins the same way that players have the option to participate in the Great League, which only allows trainers to fight Pokémon that have a maximum of XNUMX CP.
After that, join the Ultra League, which slightly increases the difficulty. Now, all trainers can use any Pokémon below 2.500 CP. It is a little more difficult for trainers who may not have a diverse roster.
The final segment of the Battle League is the Master League. Unlike the other two, there is no CP limit for a Trainer's Pokémon, giving everyone the luxury of using any Legendary and Mythical Pokémon they may have encountered while playing. However, to help fit in for players who may not have the same luck, there is the Premier Cup. The Premier Cup is similar to the Master League, except it prevents players from using their Legendary or Mythical Pokémon, but there is still no CP limit. The Premier Cup debut during Battle League Season 2, and occurs alongside the Master League with the same rewards.
Make sure you train and power up your Pokémon as much as possible to prepare for Season XNUMX. You can expect new rewards for leveling up and encountering rare Pokémon if you win enough battles.