“Pokemon Go”: Niantic Partnered With US Sprint For New Poke Stops; Seven Baby Pokemons Available; More Details Here

By Paige McClure , Updated Jan 09, 2017 11:41 AM EST

The "Pokemon Go" game has maintained its momentum in keeping its players attached to the game. Niantic has been very successful granting players the freedom to play the game anywhere, at any time. Now, reports have claimed that Niantic has recently partnered with US Sprint to turn its establishments into Poke Stops.

A lot has been developed lately by Niantic to make the game more playable, competitive, and exciting. Gamers would very much like to see upgrades, more pokemons, and more gaming experience. Fo one, Niantic has tied up with U.S Sprint to create 10,500 new Poke Stops, Videogames Republic reports. Furthermore, Starbucks has also joined Niantic and created 7,800 Poke Stops locations.

In another report by Tech Crunch, Starbucks stores are now too ready to host new gyms and Pokestops, which will definitely attract more gamers, as well as cater gaming needs. Starbucks even celebrated the partnership by making "Pokemon Go" Frappuccino.

Niantic and its partner establishments are obviously making a great success in integrating the game with business. Moreover, a very interesting report is the availability of seven baby pokemons. In the same report by Videogames Republic, these baby pokemons are not hatching from eggs anymore. The generation 2 update has been rolled out already, in which Pikachu, Taurus, Mr. Mime, and Jiggypuff do not hatch from eggs as well. Furthermore, the evolved Pokemons also do not hatch from eggs.

With this new update, players will be expecting more development from "Pokemon Go" developer. In the meantime, those Poke Stops and gyms, will hopefully attract more players to spend for upgrades, as well as complete game experience. Stay tuned for more Gamenguide update.

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