Pokemon Go Dev Postpones Pokemon Go Fest Europe Schedule Until Fall 2017

Pokemon Go Dev Postpones Pokemon Go Fest Europe Schedule Until Fall 2017

Pokemon Go Dev Postpones Pokemon Go Fest Europe Schedule Until Fall 2017

As Zimmerman explained, Niantic promoted the event by telling Pokemon Go fans they'd have the chance to play the game live with thousands of other players in a singular location. According to Zimmerman, his client paid to fly to Chicago and participate in the festival where he had to wait for several hours in a queue like most people before getting in.

The suit specifies that Niantic violated the Illinois Consumer Fraud Act by misleading its attendees, many of whom traveled from around the country. Which led to him not being able to capture the rare legendary Pokemon he wanted to capture. This week some of event's attendees are banding together to sue Niantic over just how bad the experience was. For the people who went across the nation or even overseas, however.

"We're not seeking any relief with respect to the failure to get legendary Pokémon, because Niantic is offering that", Zimmerman told Polygon.

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All people who attended the festival were offered a refund of their $20 admission price, as well as $100 in in-game credits in the form of Pokecoins. And it's not really that odd considering how Niantic made "Promises that were not made", and the experience as a whole was bad for all of the attendees.

Class action lawsuits are fairly common in the U.S., though they rarely end in a decent payout for each individual person taking part. Originally, the event was advertised as being a celebration of Pokemon Go's first year and that attendees would be catching rare Pokemon that were hard to find. Poor planning was Niantic's Achilles' Heel on launch, and it came back to get them again during the one-year anniversary. Given the distance, Norton had to buy a plane ticket, which turned out to be a waste of money, given that nobody at the event could play the new game update due to mobile network congestion.

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