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Pokémon Showdown is a Pokémon battle simulator. Play Pokémon battles online! Play with randomly generated teams, or build your own! Fully animated!
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Play! Pokémon, formerly known as Pokémon Organized Play (often abbreviated as POP), is a division of The Pokémon Company known for hosting the Pokémon World Championships, a competitive eSports tournament which features the Pokémon Trading Card Game (TCG) and the Pokémon video game series (VG). Play! Pokémon was formed in 2003 under the supervision of The Pokémon Company International (previously known as Pokémon USA) after Wizards of the Coast lost its license to the Trading Card Game. Since then, a new league, tournament, and prize system was created, together with a new 'Professor program'.
Pokémon: Battle Frontier is the ninth season of Pokémon, a Japanese anime television series known in Japan as . It originally aired in Japan from October 2005 to September 2006 on TV Tokyo and in the United States from September 2006 to March 2007 on Cartoon Network. Set in the fictional Kanto region, the season follows the adventures of the ten-year-old Pokémon trainer Ash Ketchum (voiced in English by Sarah Natochenny and in Japanese by Rica Matsumoto) and his electric mouse partner Pikachu (voiced by Ikue Ōtani) as they collect Frontier Symbols from Frontier Brains in the Battle Frontier, as well as the Pokémon coordinator May (voiced in English by Michele Knotz and in Japanese by Kaori) as she collects Ribbons from Pokémon Contests so she can compete in the Kanto Grand Festival. The episodes were directed by Masamitsu Hidaka and Norihiko Sudo, and were produced by the animation studio OLM. The Japanese opening songs are "Battle Frontier" by Akina Takaya for the first 20 episodes, and "Spurt!" by Matsumoto. The ending songs are "Pokemon Counting Song" by Akiko Kanazawa, and "I Won't Lose! ~Haruka's Theme~" by Kaori. The English opening song is "Battle Frontier" by Jason Appleton.
Davide Garbolino (born September 24, 1968 in Cirié) is an Italian voice actor, dubbing director, and television presenter. Garbolino contributes to voicing characters in anime, cartoons, live action and videogame content. He is well known for providing the voice of the protagonist Ash Ketchum in the Italian-language version of the anime series Pokémon. He also provided the voice of Syrus Truesdale in the Italian-language version of the anime series Yu-Gi-Oh! GX He works at Merak Film, Studio Asci, Raflesia, ADC Group, Studio P.V., and other dubbing studios in Italy.