‘Pokemon Go’ Latest News & Update: Christmas Update, In-Game Events Require Level 10 Up? Prizes Include PokeCoins, Win ‘Pokemon Go’ Plus?

By LA Zamora , Updated Dec 05, 2016 12:10 AM EST
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"Pokemon Go" players are eagerly awaiting the "Pokemon Go" Christmas update. According to reports, "Pokemon Go" Christmas update will be a combination of bonuses, in-game events and new tournaments. Read on to know more about the "Pokemon Go" update for Christmas.

'Pokemon Go' Latest Update: Christmas Update Requirements

While all "Pokemon Go" players are excited for the "Pokemon Go" Christmas update, there are reports making its round on the internet that only players from level 10 and higher are allowed to participate in the update. The said reports elicited disappointment from "Pokemon Go" players who are still in level 1 to level 9.

While the said "Pokemon Go" Christmas updates remain unconfirmed by Niantic as of writing, game experts believe that the game developers might have a valid reason for doing so. Perhaps this is a strategy of Niantic to encourage "Pokemon Go" players still in level 1 to level 9 to strive harder to advance.

'Pokemon Go' Latest Updates: PokeCoin Prizes For In-Game Tournaments?

Reports have it that "Pokemon Go" Christmas update will also be awarding loads of PokeCoins to the top five "Pokemon Go" players during the event. Another version reports that "Pokemon Go" Christmas update will have a raffle and will pick five lucky "Pokemon Go" players to be awarded one year supply of PokeCoins.

If that's not enticing enough, another set of prizes for "Pokemon Go" Christmas update will reportedly be a free "Pokemon Go" Plus set. Niantic has yet to confirm the said prizes for "Pokemon Go" Chrismtas event. However, just imagining the prizes will surely be a Christmas bonus for all "Pokemon Go" players.

'Pokemon Go' Latest Update

Aside from the possibility of earning a year's supply of "Pokemon Go" coins and a possible chance to win a "Pokemon Go" Plus wearable, the chance of catching a bunch of the rarest pocket monsters is already a prize in its own right. Niantic has yet to give out the details on "Pokemon Go" Christmas update, so it is suggested to take the report with a grain of salt. Stay tuned to GamenGuid for more "Pokemon Go" latest news and updates!

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