The first Pokémon Go Safari Zone in Southeast Asia.
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"Our work together goes well beyond games. We are building communities, connecting people, and changing lives."
"...and then you hear something: the game's music! You have a look! Wow! They're playing Pokémon!"
Over $500K in new spending came to Porto Alegro, and over 40% of hotel occupancy came from this event alone.
"It was clear, from the strong reactions that we received both in person and on social media, that the Latin American community was craving an even bigger event."
You can literally see how the crowd grew bigger as the days went by.
Trainers who attend will be able to spot Pokémon such as Psyduck, Unown, and Relicanth along the recently revitalized Guaíba riverbank.
They even got the mayor of the city to inaugurate.
Over one million Trainers visited the Tainan area, and their excitement and enthusiasm made this an unforgettable Safari Zone event.
One of the attendees got herself a Shiny Pinsir.
Throughout the city of Tainan, Trainers will be able to find Pokémon not normally seen in Taiwan, such as the Water- and Rock-type Pokémon Relicanth, the Psychic-type Pokémon Unown, and more.
It all comes down to the home of Pokémon.
5,000 Trainers visited at least one of the three parks that comprised the event, walking an average distance of 3.75 km per person, and catching a combined average of 3.1M Pokémon each day.
Trainers around the world will find an increased number of Wingull, including the possibility of encountering Shiny Wingull.
"When Niantic released Pokémon Go in July 2016, everyone wanted to relive their childhood."
In total, Safari Zone attendees completed more than 890K+ research tasks on June 30 and July 1, catching 1.75M Roselia and making 17K+ trades.
Three city parks (Mikasa, Verny, and Kurihama) will be participating in this special event.
Pokémon Go Travel is back.
An unlucky typo for an amazing event.
Still going strong.