Pokémon GO: from Twitch time search code dedicated to the Championships
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 619
From tomorrow Thursday 18 August 2022, until Sunday 21 August, the 2022 Pokémon World Championships will be held in London. As announced during the last Pokémon Presents, the World Championships will host, in addition to the VGC, TCG and Pokkén World Championships, also those of Pokémon UNITE and Pokémon GO.
To celebrate this event, Niantic has decided to reward players who follow the Pokémon GO World Tournament on Twitch with an exclusive timed search. Exclusive codes for a limited time will be periodically distributed in chat.
These must then be redeemed within the game within one hour of obtaining. The Pokémon GO Twitch stream will begin at the following times: Thursday 18 August 2022, at 9:30 am, Friday 19 August 2022, at 9:45 am, Saturday 20 August 2022, at 9:45 am, local time.
Anyone who manages to redeem one of the shared codes during the live stream on Twitch will be able to get access to an exclusive timed search, which will allow players to have as a gift some Pokémon useful to form a competitive team and fight within the Pokémon GO Mega League.
From Twitch time search code dedicated to the Championships
The free pokemon are: Ariados, Pelipper, Stunfisk of Galar. Skarmory, Swampert, Drapion. Talonflame, Venusaur, Jellicent. To get these rewards, look for the shared code in the Pokémon GO Twitch chat during the Pokémon GO World Championships streaming broadcast.
Then redeem the code before it expires. Those who have the habit of playing Pokémon GO on Android smartphones can enter the serial code directly in the application Store. After opening this section, simply scroll down and copy or write it in the Promotions box.
By clicking on the Redeem button. Users with Android hardware have the opportunity to withdraw gifts also through the service made available on the official Niantic page. Those who use iOS systems are instead totally bound to this method.
By opening the link, players will find themselves in front of a screen that will invite them to login with a Facebook, Google, or Niantic Kids profile connected to Pokémon GO.