Since its release in 2016, Pokemon Go has taken the world into a different world. Everyone is nearly obsessed with the game and has played it many times.
Naturally, the fans needed another insight into their world. Thus, came the Pokemon Go Fest. Every year, fans gather around a certain location and meet with the actors behind the Pokemon game. They even sell Pokemon merchandise and various things.
Niantic has announced that this year’s Pokemon Go event is shifting to an online event due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. The tickets went on sale on 15th June at the price of $14.99 through an in-app purchase.
The Pokemon Go event, will run over the weekend of 25th and 26th July from 10 am to 8 pm. Niantic has announced that Day 1 will be about a special research story, rotating habitats featuring different Pokemon. They have not announced the day 2 events as of now.
What Should You Know Before Buying A Ticket?
Before buying the tickets to this year’s Pokemon Fest, we need to realise that the event is online. One of the main reasons people buy tickets to the fest is so that they can get a live experience.
But, due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we are not going to experience these things. Spending a hefty amount just to experience it through a screen is not feasible.
Half of the profit earned from the event goes to the relief funds in respect of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery.
Since the release of Pokemon Go, people all over the world have played the game. There have been many mishaps regarding the safety of users as they have to walk all over the area. It has led to many accidents and even deaths.
Regardless, the game has created a sensation and continues to do so! Stay tuned to find out more.