So this is what we've got from the 9:00 EST Premier on 6/24/2020. Pokemon Unite, in other words a Pokemon MOBA(Multiplayer Online Battle Arena).
I might edit a write up in here later about how the gameplay actually functions, but for now the big details are that Tencent the company that owns Riot Games the creator of the MOBA League of Legends is involved. The gaming studio provided by Tencent for the production of Pokemon Unity isn't Riot however, but one called TiMi Studios. The game is to be released on the switch as well as on mobile with cross functioning between both.
Here's some other information that I've dug up that wasn't mentioned in the videos below.
Last year(2019) it was announced in July that TPC and Tencent were collaborating on a game together(with Tencent's TiMi Studios being the ones behind development). TiMi Studios was likely chosen for this project due to their experience with creating mobile games(and going back into 2016 mobile x switch games such as Arena of Valor).
The primary reasoning that this was made a completely separate announcement from the announcements made last week is likely due to the fact that some of the games that were a part of last weeks announcements are banned in China. Seeing as how TiMi Studios is Chinese(not to mention Tencent, the company of which they are a subsidiary of is also Chinese) and the fact that this is a MOBA game, which tend to be extremely popular, it makes sense that this announcement would be separated from the rest in order for it to be allowed in China.
Apparently a big benefit from having Tencent as an ally of sorts is achieving a degree of control within China itself. There are a lot of Chinese "bootleg" Pokemon games, as well as anything that's infringing on Pokemon's intellectual property that's utilizing servers hosted in China. [Take this with a grain of salt, this is a personal experience and I may not remember things correctly. For example, many, many years ago I played a Pokemon "MMO" called Pokemon World Online. It had been taken offline due intellectual property reasons, but it began using servers within China to stay online, and this protected it.]
A bit about Tencent and why we shouldn't support Tencent or organizations involved with Tencent(Provided by @Zro567)-
TLDR for this image; Tencent is a large conglomerate with considerable influence over numerous companies and organizations(owning large shares with them). Tencent is responsible for large amounts of censorship within China, and is pro-CCP.
Thoughts on the first Pokemon MOBA? [Legit can't think with the commotion in the discord, figured a topic would make it cleaner.]
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I'll drop my own personal thoughts down here in a spoiler just so others can have their own thoughts in peace without any influences.