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Pokémon Go Events are coming to Liverpool, Philadelphia and St. Louis

[2020-01-22 16:07:26]

2020 will be full of real-world events for Pokémon Trainers around the world! What you need to know Niantic has revealed the economic impact of its Pokémon Go real-world Events for 2019. Niantic has also announced the line up for Pokémon Go real-world Events for the first half of 2020. Three new cities will be hosting real-world Pokémon Go Events in 2020. On Wednesday, January 22, 2020, Niantic announced the economic impact of its 2019 real-world events for its hit AR game, Pokémon Go. While anyone could tell that these massive events draw in plenty of tourism, seeing the actual numbers behind each of these events make it perfectly clear: any city fortunate enough to host a real-world Pokémon Go Event definitely reaps the benefits. Last year, three cities hosted these Pokémon Go Events: Chicago hosted Pokémon Go Fest 2019 and brought in an estimated $120 million from the attending players. Over 64,000 players participated in this four day Event, more than triple the pr...

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