Pokémon Go has announced a new event for trainers in Japan called the ‘Partner Research.’ Since the game launch and over the past few weeks, the development team has consistently brought new events to the game with rewards for trainers worldwide.
Some of these events are region-specific, meaning that these events will only be available in a specific region. Now Pokémon Go is hosting a region-specific event for Japan called the ‘Partner Research,’ which will be available in three areas of Japan. This event is Niantic’s yet another promotional event that will distribute rewards to trainers.
Pokémon GO ‘Partner Research’ event schedule for Japan
Just like every other event in the game, trainers can complete tasks to get rewards in this event. The event goes live on April 7 and ends on May 31, 2022, at 23:59 Japan Time. Users should complete tasks within this deadline to be eligible to get rewards.
- Sushiro: starting from April 7, trainers in the specific areas who buy the target product at Sushiro will receive research focusing on Litten, Spinda, Alolan Marowak, and Rockruff.
- Tully’s: starting on April 18, trainers who spend 700 yen or more and show an exclusive barcode from Tully’s app will receive research based on Rowlet, Lickitung, Alolan Muk, and Rockruff.
- Yoshinoya: starting from April 25, trainers who show exclusive barcodes and spend 500 yen or more at the store will receive research based on Rowlet, Lickitung, Alolan Muk, and Rockruff.
After completing all the tasks, trainers will receive the participation pass, which can be redeemed on the official website. Although there’s been no information about the rewards of the development, rumors are that the users will receive 10000 XP and 10000 Stardust on successful completion of the tasks. Users can stay updated about all the information by visiting the official Pokémon Go website.