Pokemon Unite’s 11th season of ranked battles begins on April 19, 2023. Trainers can fight it out in ranked matches to climb the rankings and unlock plenty of rewards along the way.
Ranked Season 11 will run until June 12, 2023. Based on the player’s final ranking at the end of the season, they’ll receive multiple tiers of rewards.
Players can collect helpful currencies as well as a few quality customizations for their avatars and trainer cards, many of which are uniquely catered to the current ranked season’s aesthetic.
However, for Pokemon Unite fans who may not know the full slate of rewards, it’s worth examining them a little closer.
All rewards for Pokemon Unite Ranked Season 11
As with previous Pokemon Unite ranked seasons, trainers will begin by climbing through the Beginner, Great, Expert, Veteran, and Ultra ranks before reaching Master. After hitting Master, it simply becomes a matter of rising to a higher and higher Master ranking before the ranked season ends in June.
Each battle will provide players with ranked points to increase or decrease their overall standing. Some rewards can only be unlocked in certain rank brackets or above. However, once the season concludes, trainers will acquire all the rewards pertaining to their current rank and below.
Here are all the Ranked Season 11 rewards in Pokemon Unite:
- Beginner: Class 2 – 1,000 Aeos Tickets
- Great: Class 4 – 1,500 Aeos Tickets
- Expert: Class 5 – 1,500 Aeos Tickets
- Veteran: Class 5 – 2,000 Aeos Tickets
- Ultra: Class 5 – UNITE Ranked Season 11 Avatar Clothing Set
- Master 1200 – Trainer Card Background (Season 11), 500 Aeos Tickets
- Master 1400 – Snapshot Trainer Card Frame (Season 11), 500 Aeos Tickets
- Master 1600 – Season 11 Trainer Card Sticker, 500 Aeos Tickets
The rankings won’t be easy to climb in Pokemon Unite this season. However, determined trainers have plenty of time to rise through the rankings and rack up wins before they reset in Season 12.
Since Season 11 begins on April 19, there’s no time to lose. It’s advised that trainers outfit their preferred Pocket Monsters with the right builds and find fellow players to team up with, as solo queue grinding in ranked can be a real pain.
Fortunately, the current meta has been set for quite some time. The top Unite License picks have cemented their success and should remain the same for a while, though the inclusion of new creatures like Chandelure and Leafeon may shake things up somewhat.
Whatever the case, it’s best for trainers to familiarize themselves with the top picks in the current meta as of April 2023. Doing so should give them a good idea of which opponents they’ll see the most, often barring a change or patch that arrives at some point before Season 11 comes to a close.
It’s a long road to Master Rank, so players will want to get started as soon as possible to ensure they can reap the many rewards of Season 11.