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May 5–8: Increased Grass-type Pokémon Encounters and a Trainer Spotlight for Tennis1000036
2017-05-06 13:13:05
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May 5–8: Increased Grass-type Pokémon Encounters and a Trainer Spotlight for Tennis1000036


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Hello, Pokémon Trainer Tennis1000036
 
 
  Exciting things will be happening in Pokémon GO this weekend! Get all the details below. Plus, we have a Trainer spotlight, fun facts from the Eggstravanganza event, and other news for you. Read on!  
 
 
UNUSUAL ACTIVITY PREDICTED IN POKÉMON GO HABITATS MAY 5–8
 
 
 
 
Professor Willow's research into Pokémon habitats around the world has uncovered some interesting findings! His initial reports indicate that Grass-type Pokémon will appear in the wild more frequently starting the afternoon of May 5 (Pacific Time), but will only do so for a short period of time. We anticipate these Grass-type Pokémon will return to their normal habitats on May 8, 2017 (Pacific Time). Professor Willow is counting on you to contribute to his ongoing research by catching as many Grass-type Pokémon as possible during this period! Be sure to document your findings using the Pokémon GO AR camera, and share your screenshots with us on social media using #PokemonGO. Seize this opportunity, Trainer Tennis1000036! It won’t last long!
 
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POKÉMON TRAINER SPOTLIGHT: WARROWS
 

Trainer warrows and his Buddy Pokémon, and one of his favorite AR photos

 
 

This month, we’d like to introduce you to Pokémon Trainer warrows. A level 29 Trainer, warrows started playing Pokémon GO as soon as we launched the game last summer.

Pokémon GO team (PGT): Thanks for sharing your experiences as a Pokémon Trainer with us. You're from France. Tell us about what it’s like to play Pokémon GO in your hometown.
warrows: I live near Paris, so there are plenty of places to explore looking for different Pokémon. When I have some time, I go check the most known spots in Paris. I compare my Pokédex almost daily with my colleagues at work.

PGT: Where's your favorite place to play Pokémon GO?
warrows: I have caught Pokémon while traveling, including my first Omanyte in Stockholm. But the funniest is when I am in bed and a Lapras or Snorlax appears on the radar. In this case, I don't hesitate to get up and go out to get them!

PGT: If you could travel anywhere in the world to play Pokémon GO, where would it be?
warrows: I would love to go to Japan and get a Farfetch’d.

PGT: Tell us about your favorite Pokémon GO experience. warrows: I love it when I arrive at a Gym and there's someone from my team attacking it. I stop to help the person and we talk while playing. That is what's especially fun with Pokémon GO–getting outside and meeting people.

PGT: What advice would you give new Trainers?
warrows: Keep your Stardust, Young One, it is most precious!
PGT: Great advice. Thanks, and have fun!

If you’d like to be featured in an upcoming Pokémon GO Trainer Spotlight, share your story with us on social media using #PokemonGO.

 
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GLOBAL HIGHLIGHTS: CELEBRATING POKÉMON GO ACROSS EUROPE
 

Photo: Unibail-Rodamco

 
 
In February 2017, we celebrated the arrival of more Pokémon in Pokémon GO with our first partner in Europe, Unibail-Rodamco, the largest commercial real-estate company in Europe. The European Pokémon GO community came out in strong numbers, from kids to adults, families and friends, to catch Pokémon all day long, meet famous YouTubers, and win great prizes in 58 shopping malls in 10 countries. Look for more local highlight stories from around the world in upcoming issues of the Pokémon GO newsletter.
 
 
 
 
 
RESULTS ARE IN: FUN FACTS FROM THE POKÉMON GO EGGSTRAVAGANZA
 
 
 
In April, Pokémon Trainers around the world went outside with their family and friends to take part in the Pokémon GO Eggstravaganza. You and your fellow Trainers put a great deal of energy into this funfest! Globally, during the Eggstravaganza, Pokémon Trainers hatched 87 million Eggs. That’s more than 140 Eggs hatched per second! To hatch that many Eggs, you covered some serious distances! Here are the top five countries in order of distances walked by local Pokémon Trainers:
  1. United States
  2. Japan
  3. Taiwan
  4. United Kingdom
  5. Germany
Well done!
 
 
 
QUALITY TIME OUTSIDE FOR MOMS, DADS, AND KIDS
 

Photo: University of Washington

 
 
We are happy to see that families of Pokémon Trainers are getting outside and going on adventures together. In an article by Jennifer Langston for UW Today, a recent study conducted by researchers Kiley Sobel, Arpita Bhattacharya, Alexis Hiniker, Jin Ha Lee, Julie A. Kientz, and Jason C. Yip at the University of Washington found that parents and kids who play Pokémon GO together experience more quality time outside, get more exercise, and have more fun. This study found that getting outside to play mobile games, like Pokémon GO, has a healthy, positive effect on parents and their kids. You can read more about the study here.
 
 
 
POKÉMON GO PLAYERS ARE HAPPY FOLKS
 
 
 
You probably already know how great the Pokémon GO community is, but it’s always fun to read about what others have experienced—especially in expert studies! In another report, covered by Chris Barncard for W News, researchers James Alex Bonus, Alanna Peebles, Marie-Louise Mares, and Irene G. Sarmiento at the University of Wisconsin found that playing Pokémon GO was associated with a number of positive experiences, including making friends, improving friendships, and walking, which are all indicators of a happy state of mind. You can read more about the study, which was first published in the journal Media Psychology, here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CURIOUS ABOUT THE POKÉMON GO LOADING SCREENS?
 
 
 
Pokémon GO’s famous loading screens are created by Mieke Hutchins, who is on the Niantic design team. Mieke designs each piece in collaboration with a cross-functional team, and each screen goes through several versions before the final artwork becomes part of the game. Soon, the Pokémon GO loading screens will be available for download to be used as wallpaper on your phone. We’ll post a link in the official Pokémon GO Twitter and Facebook pages when they become available.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ready to catch more Grass-type Pokémon?

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