Prepare for Pokemon GO Battle Day and you can get a lot of Stardust rewards! With the recent update concerning Mega Evolution in Pokemon GO, the developers at Niantic have now announced a new event to celebrate this. On this GO Battle Day, trainers can participate in the Master League and use their Mega-Evolved Pokemons for a single day. But they will have to Mega Evolve their Pokemons before bringing them to the battle competitions. Thus, you can try a lot of strategies in this one-day Pokemon League.
GO Battle Day Stardust Surprise: Schedule and Bonuses
GO Battle Day will be active this Sunday, May 29 from 12:00 AM till 11:59 PM local time. During this event, the maximum number of sets that trainers can play per day will be increased from five to 20, for a total of 100 battles. Moreover, trainers will also be able to get 4x Stardust from wins as rewards.
Pokemon GO Battle Day: Active competitions
During the GO Battle Day event, the following competitions will be active.
- Master League
- Ultra League
- Great League
Trainers need to remember that they can use their Mega Evolved Pokemons in only GO Battle Master League.
To celebrate the recent update to Mega Evolution in Pokémon GO, for one day only, Trainers will be able to use Mega-Evolved Pokémon in the GO Battle League’s Master League! 🥊
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— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) May 23, 2022
GO Battle Day: End-of-set avatar rewards
Those trainers who complete a set at any rank during this GO Battle Day will receive the Gladion’s Pants avatar item. But trainers who have already received the Gladion’s Pants avatar item from the rank 20 rewards will not receive another piece.
Pokemon GO: Game Details
Pokemon Go is an augmented reality (AR) mobile game that was released in 2016. The game was developed and published by Niantic in collaboration with Nintendo and The Pokemon Company for mobile devices. It uses mobile devices with GPS to locate and the mobile camera to capture, train, and battle virtual Pokemons, which appear as if they are in the player’s real-world location. The game is free-to-play with an in-game shop that players can use to purchase certain items. Pokemon GO had around 150 species of Pokemons during its launch which has now increased to around 700 by 2021.
Stay tuned as we bring to you more updates from Pokemon GO.
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