A look at the different ways in which the Pokémon Go community cared on this special day.
Be on the lookout for upcoming events and activities that help preserve and care for areas in America’s national parks!
"We’re honored to announce that Niantic and The Pokémon Company will be collectively donating $250,000 to Sylvia’s organization, Mission Blue."
In aggregate, 948 Trainers who ran the events across Argentina collected 1,700 kilograms of donations for organizations like Suma de Voluntades and Puente Vincular.
"We focused on the idea that research tasks could accommodate nearly any exploration style."
A guest post by Ed Solis for Niantic's primary website.
That Pokémon Go money is taking Niantic to the next level.
A message from the founder of Big Heritage.
A report on Niantic latest local endeavors with Pokémon Go.
The Pokémon Go team is separate from the one that works on Harry Potter Wizards Unite, and all teams are actually hiring.
Niantic acquiring Evertoon.
Spreading awareness for sustainability.
Looks like a reaction from Niantic on Apple's September event...
This is how huge Pokémon Go events can be in Japan.
Despite issues, trainers in downtown Chicago participated in more than 69,000 Raid Battles and captured more than 7.7 million Pokémon.
They're literally opening a castle for people to catch Pokémon.
Announcing Niantic Community Events.
Near real-time stats ads by Wieden+Kennedy.
Niantic on Apple’s new ARKit.
The collaboration will play out at community events in several cities, including Knight-sponsored Open Streets events.