November 20, 2017 8:33 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

For the Trainers looking for a good enough reason to get back into Pokémon GO, one such reason has arrived, for the Global Catch Challenge has arrived and is already underway. But what does it entail? Well, it’s time to put your Pokémon Master skills on the line, because the time to catch ‘em all has gone, for now is the time for catch everything you possibly see, if you are to benefit from some great rewards that you can read all about, right here:



Pokémon GO Travel and the Global Catch Challenge:

(19th of November, 2017)



Ever since Pokémon GO launched, we’ve loved hearing stories of Trainers venturing abroad and playing together with new friends from different countries. That’s what inspired us to create Pokémon GO Travel, a new video series to see the world through the eyes of a Pokémon Trainer. To kick things off, Pokémon GO Travel is taking a diverse group of Trainers from around the world to Japan to host our first-ever Global Catch Challenge.

Join us as we discover new places, meet new people, and work together in an attempt to catch 3 billion Pokémon in just 7 days. Play along with IHasCupquake, Coisa de Nerd, and Rachel Quirico as they learn more about Japanese culture, inspire the world to play together, and update you on the amazing rewards the community unlocks along the way. Potential rewards and bonuses include:

 Pokémon GO

Stock up on Poké Balls, Trainers. The Global Catch Challenge starts now and concludes with a special celebration at the Pokémon GO Safari Zone event in Tottori, Japan, on November 26.

We can’t wait to take you along on this amazing adventure and hear what you think about the Pokémon GO Travel tour. We’ll be posting daily updates on Rachel, Tiffany, Gabi, and Leon’s adventures and are curious to see your updates, too! On a trip? Venturing to a new part of town? Share your #PokemonGOtravel story with us this week on your favorite social media channels.


The Pokémon GO team



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