If you happen to be attending the Pokémon GO Fest, which to our knowledge hasn't been terrible this year, there's a special Pokémon for you to find.
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Bad news for Pokémon GO players who were looking forward to attending Pokémon GO Fest 2018 this year in Chicago. If you didn't already buy your tickets to the event, you're out of luck, as the event officially sold out in less than an hour.
You'd think after last year's debacle, Niantic would have learned their lesson and not thrown another Pokémon GO Fest where you charge money for thousands of people to come to a low wi-fi area and try to play your game.
Remember last year when the Pokémon GO Fest in Chicago turned out to be one of the most poorly conceived festivals in years? TechCrunch is reporting that the company just settled a lawsuit stemming from the event to the tune of $1.5 million.
As you've already read on our site and others several times, Pokémon GO Fest was an absolute disaster. To the point where festival attendees are now suing
Multiple sources are reporting today that attendees of the Pokémon GO Fest in Chicago are seeking legal action against Niantic and other festival organizers
Wanna know what the looks like? Here ya go! the CEO of niantic getting booed on stage at pokemon go fest brings me nothing but joy pic.twitter.com/6WxTAvv76Q — Ｚ Ｅ Ｆ (@therealzef) July 22, 2017 To cap all of this failure off, the new raid feature in Pokémon GO has gone down[...]
There seems to be no shortage of bad news coming out of Chicago's Pokémon GO Fest. From not being able to log in to not finding all the legendary creatures
Well, that's kinda lame. If you haven't gotten word yet, the start to Pokémon Go Fest in Chicago went over about as well as a led balloon.
When Pokémon Go Fest his Chicago on July 22nd, there will be a lot more happening than just festivities in the Windy City. Turns out Niantic will be