Pokemon Go Battle League Locked & Error finding party issue reported by players
Niantic has introduced an all-new Pokemon Go Battle League to the game but many players are currently experiencing an issue with this new feature. Before getting into the issue, let us understand this new feature.
Pokemon Go Battle League will allow trainers to battle other trainers globally & Niantic has started rolling out this feature. It will start gradually becoming available to Trainers based on Trainer level. However, for many Pokemon Go players, this new feature is showing locked status. Have a look at a few complaints from trainers below.
Also, some players are getting an error in finding party. Well, Niantic has not addressed this issue yet. But we are keeping a track of all the developments & will update you with new information, whenever it arrives.
Speaking of the competitive league, the preseason of the GO Battle League will begin with the Great League, then move on to the Ultra League and the Master League. Leagues will rotate every two weeks. Players can still rank during the preseason, but your rank will be partially reset at the beginning of Season 1.
The GO Battle League’s preseason kicks off now with the Great League. The preseason will rotate formats to the Ultra League on Monday, February 10, 2020, at 1 pm PST. The Master League will follow on Monday, February 24, 2020, at 1 pm PST, with the Great League returning once again on Monday, March 9, 2020, at 1 pm PST.
Pokemon Go Battle League also features various rewards. However, rewards will be determined by rank and battles won. Complete details regarding the Pokemon Go Battle League Rewards have been listed below.
- Rewards will be determined by rank and battles won – Trainers will be asked to walk five kilometers in order to earn entry into the GO Battle League and unlock five online matches, and this can be done up to three times a day. As you battle, you can receive a large amount of Stardust depending on your rank and how many of the five battles you win. More wins earn you more Stardust! You’ll also be able to earn important battle-related items (like Rare Candies and TMs) and exclusive Pokémon encounters!
- Pikachu Libre and avatar items inspired by it will be GO Battle League rewards – Clad in a wrestling-themed costume, Pikachu Libre was first featured in Pokémon Omega Ruby, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, and Pokkén Tournament. It’ll be making its Pokémon GO debut as a Pokémon that can be encountered exclusively via participation in the GO Battle League. As you rise in the ranks during the preseason, you can also look forward to avatar items inspired by Pikachu Libre as exclusive rewards. Be sure to dress up with some of those items to show off your battling prowess, since only participants in the GO Battle League can obtain them!
- Premium Raid Passes will soon be Premium Battle Passes – This pass might look familiar—it’s the Premium Raid Pass but with a new name! This pass can be used to enter Raid Battles or to enter the premium track in the GO Battle League. Trainers might find winning on the premium track even more rewarding! The Premium Battle Pass will allow you to receive better rewards each time you win, and it will also lower the number of wins needed to earn certain Pokémon encounters. Using a Premium Battle Pass does not affect your rank or rating—the only way to improve those is to win.
- Use Battle Now to gain early access to the GO Battle League – Just finished your walk and realized you still have one kilometer left to walk before you can battle? The Battle Now feature gives you the ability to spend PokéCoins to enter the GO Battle League early. The cost decreases as you get closer to the five-kilometer goal. Note that you still need to walk at least two kilometers before you can use this option. There’s no substitute for getting out and walking! You can always walk the full distance to enter the GO Battle League without spending PokéCoins.
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