Kids Can Enjoy a Pokémon-Filled Summer Holiday with Pokémon Camp Updates and Pokémon TV via Chromecast

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Kids Can Enjoy a Pokémon-Filled Summer Holiday with Pokémon Camp Updates and Pokémon TV via Chromecast

The Pokémon Company International Releases a Host of New Updates for the Engaging Pokémon Universe in Pokémon Camp, Plus the Pokémon TV App Is Now Google CastTM– Enabled

LONDON, UK —August 6, 2015— The Pokémon Company International is providing plenty to keep kids entertained throughout the summer holidays, with new content added to the Pokémon Camp application for iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® devices (running iOS 7 or later). Additionally, there is now a brand-new way to follow Ash and Pikachu on their adventures through the Pokémon TV app, on TV via Chromecast. The Pokémon TV app is available now on optimised devices with Google Cast™ built in, which enables viewers to stream episodes through Chromecast from a phone, tablet, or laptop direct to their television screens.

Pokémon Camp has several new activities and attractions for new and veteran visitors alike! Campers can step into the Pokémon Theater to watch a selection of videos at their leisure. Kids can test their memory with the Pokémon TCG Match activity, which has three challenging levels: matching pairs of cards, matching cards by Energy type, and matching cards by Evolution chain. Kids can earn Energy symbol pins for their Pin Book and stickers to personalise the photos they take in the Photo Booth.

Campers can enjoy the updates or begin their new adventures by downloading the Pokémon Camp app from the App StoreTM at no cost:

To get started and watch Pokémon TV via Chromecast, simply download the Chromecast app and then the Pokémon TV app for iOS or Android devices:’

The Pokémon TV app is also available for Kindle Fire at the Amazon Appstore:

Note: The Chromecast app requires the Chromecast USB device plugged into your TV.


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The Pokémon Company International, a subsidiary of The Pokémon Company in Japan, manages the property outside of Asia and is responsible for brand management, licensing, marketing, the Pokémon Trading Card Game, the animated TV series, home entertainment, and the official Pokémon website. Pokémon was launched in Japan in 1996 and today is one of the most popular children’s entertainment properties in the world. For more information, visit

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