After one year since its launch, the Pokémon Go game looks pretty good, even if some of the features and options that Niantic has promised have never been released.
Last month, Niantic has announced that it will celebrate the Pokémon Go one year anniversary by hosting a real-world event in Grant Park, Chicago. The event is called Pokémon Go Fest and it will begin today, July 22, 2017, where everyone that will attend will find increased Pokémon encounters, special Pokestops and other unique challenges.
The tickets were sold within minutes, but we have some good news for the millions of players who didn’t get a ticket. It seems that Niantic will stream the Pokémon Go Fest live on Twitch and YouTube.
However, the developer has not revealed details about the stream, but we have to mention that the Pokémon Go Fest will start at 10:00 AM CDT and it will end at 7PM CDT. With that being said, the stream will probably take place during the same period of time, but as soon as we have more information about it, we will let you know.
It seems that the players that are not able to attend the Pokémon Go Fest event will also be able to take part of it. According to Niantic, Pokémon Go trainers from all over the world will be able to help the trainers from Grant Park, Chicago to unlock global rewards by catching as many Pokémon as possible.
We remind you that Niantic has revealed Thursday the first ever Legendary Pokémon that can appear in Grant Park. For this to happen, the trainers will have to catch enough Pokémon during the Challenge Windows.
Are you playing Pokémon Go on your Android or iOS device? Will you help the Pokémon Go trainers from Grant Park, Chicago to unlock global rewards?