Pokémon Go Fest runs from 10 a.m. CT to 7 p.m. CT, so tune in to Pokémon Go’s Twitch channel between then to catch the stream.
There’s even rumors of rare or legendary monsters maybe roaming around Chicago’s Grant Park, where Pokémon Go Fest will take place.
If you weren’t one of the people lucky enough to snap up a Pokémon Go Fest ticket before they sold out, you won’t have to miss out entirely.
Niantic has partnered up with Twitch to air the event live from the scene this Saturday, July 22.
With the Pokémon Go Fest rules stipulating that all video equipment and fancy cameras are barred, we had to wonder if Niantic would be doing an exclusive broadcast.
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This is a rain or shine event, and I’m getting my Legendary Pokémon no matter what.
Pokémon GO Fest is Niantic’s chance to test out a major real-world event for the first time, as well as introduce Legendary Pokémon into a game that’s been clamoring for them since release day.
Niantic is celebrating its first year with the global megahit by holding a massive party in downtown Chicago’s Grant Park tomorrow, July 22, inviting trainers from around the world to catch Pokémon and be merry.
It’s a big day for Pokémon GO whether you’re in Chicago or not, so read on to get the lay of the land.
Players around the world will then try to catch as many Pokémon as possible to determine how long those bonuses will last.
collected by :Syrena Smith