'Pokemon GO' Sets Sprint Locations As PokeStops; Pikachu Joins Pokemon Day Celebration On March 6

By Mia P. , Updated Mar 04, 2017 06:08 AM EST
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"Pokemon GO" Trainer Rewards Program will be available for players who will be at any Sprint locations. This was announced by the US cellular provider in December, which is aimed at giving away rewards to those who will check into the Sprint locations set as PokeStops.

"Pokemon GO" Players Can Earn Prizes Through Trainer Rewards Program

The "Pokemon GO" Trainer Rewards Program is expected to give prizes to players who regularly use Sprint locations, or those who look into Sprint items.  For starters, the players may earn free Trainer Reward points by completing the Trainer activities with Sprint, where prizes on offer are reported to be rare "Pokemon GO" tips.

"Pokemon GO" Trainer Rewards Program activities that earn points vary as well, ranging from just looking for the nearest Sprint PokeStop or Gym to capturing a Pokemon at a Sprint location, earning 25 points on both activities. Aside from this, reports also suggest that a number of videos that are based on "Pokemon GO" can earn viewers points just by watching to the end. However, it appears that a lot of Sprint activities are tied to the company's promotion or products like checking out some Sprint deals or visiting Sprint social media accounts to sign up to the program, GameRant reported.

"Pokemon GO" Will Celebrate The Pokemon Day With Pikachu

"Pokemon GO" has a small celebration coming to commemorate the Pokemon Day, which marks the 21 years of the game franchise. According to reports, Pikachu joins this celebration with a wild little party hat that will be available until March 6. Pikachus that will be captured during the Anniversary event will keep their hats forever, although they players will not be able to find new ones when it is over, Forbes reported. Watch "Pokémon GO" Trainer Rewards For Every Level here:

 

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