Pokemon Go
The augmented reality mobile game "Pokemon Go" by Nintendo is shown on a smartphone screen in this photo illustration taken in Palm Springs, California. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich/Illustration

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) will hold the British Academy Children's Awards on Nov. 20.

While the selection committee has picked "Lego Dimensions," Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens," "Ratchet & Clank" and "Teraway Unfolded," the Pokémon Company and Nintendo will have a shot at the title with the BAFTA kid’s vote — 7- to 14-year-olds can pick their favorite out of 10 games on the BAFTA Kids' website, including "Pokémon GO" and "Super Mario Maker."

Other titles in the race include:

· "Crossy Road"

· "Disney Infinity 3.0"

· "Just Dance 2016"

· "Minecraft"

· "Skylanders SuperChargers"

· "FIFA 16"

Voting is open till Nov. 18 while the award ceremony will be held in London on Nov. 20. Kids can also vote for their favorite movie and favorite TV show.

"Pokémon GO" has recently issued many updates, including Egg and incubator screens, Enhanced Gym Training and bonuses. The popular game is even being taught at universities across the world. Nintendo, which owns the "Pokémon GO" developer Niantic labs has also cashed in on the success of the game and is trying to woo users with new updates being issued regularly.