Pokemon

Pokemon it’s been more than six years since Pokémon GO launched, and soon, the first Pokémon GO World Champions will be crowned during the 2022 Pokémon World Championships in London. Not only can you can watch the momentous occasion live on the GO Twitch channel, you can also take part in a celebration event in Pokémon GO! From Thursday, August 18, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. to Tuesday, August 23, 2022, at 8:00 p.m. local time, Trainers can be encounter World Championships 2022 Pikachu in its Pokémon GO debut, earn triple Stardust from GO Battle League victories, and encounter featured Pokémon in the wild.

Pokemon
Pokemon

Pokemon

In-game Challengers with Pokémon teams inspired by those used by GO Regional Champions will appear at PokéStops. Combined with a triple Stardust bonus for winning Trainer Battles and Victory Road–inspired music playing during Trainer Battles, there’s plenty of motivation to get out and battle! Plus, Trainers can earn rewards that include an Elite Fast TM and an Elite Charged TM by completing Timed Research.

Many of the appearing in the wild during this celebration event evolve into that are popular in the GO Battle League, so keep an eye out for Nidoran♀, Mankey, Machop, Mudkip, Sableye, Meditite, Swablu, Spheal, Croagunk, Scraggy, Galarian Stunfisk, and Dewpider. You can also complete Field Research tasks to encounter Pokémon like Bulbasaur, Gastly, Rhyhorn, Magikarp, Chikorita, Galarian Zigzagoon, Beldum, and Fletchling. Try to catch as many as you can to get the Candy you need to evolve them and power them up!

Pokemon
Pokemon

The following Pokémon will be appearing in raids throughout the event.

Pokémon executive director Satoshi Tajiri first thought of, albeit with a different concept and name, around 1989, when the Game Boy was released. The concept of the universe, in both the video games and the general fictional world of, stems from the hobby of insect collecting, a popular pastime which Tajiri enjoyed as a child. Players are designated as Pokémon Trainers and have three general goals: to complete the regional Pokédex by collecting all of the available species found in the fictional region where a game takes place, to complete the national Pokédex by transferring from other regions, and to train a team of powerful Pokémon from those they have caught to compete against teams owned by other Trainers so they may eventually win the League and become the regional Champion. These themes of collecting, training, and battling are present in almost every version of the franchise, including the video games, the anime and manga series, and the Trading Card Game (also known as TCG).

In most incarnations of the universe, a Trainer who encounters a wild has the ability to capture that Pokémon by throwing a specially designed, mass-producible spherical tool called a Poké Ball at it. If the Pokémon is unable to escape the confines of the Poké Ball, it is considered to be under the ownership of that Trainer. Afterwards, it will obey whatever commands it receives from its new Trainer, unless the Trainer demonstrates such a lack of experience that the would rather act on its own accord. Trainers can send out any of their to wage non-lethal battles against other Pokémon; if the opposing Pokémon is wild, the Trainer can capture that with a Poké Ball, increasing their collection of creatures. In Go, and in Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee!, wild encountered by players can be caught in Poké Balls, but most cannot be battled. already owned by other Trainers cannot be captured, except under special circumstances in certain side games.

Join Trainers across the globe who are discovering Pokémon as they explore the world around them. Pokémon GO is the global gaming sensation that has been downloaded over 1 billion times and named “Best Mobile Game” by the Game Developers Choice Awards and “Best App of the Year” by TechCrunch.

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