Niantic promoted the Pokémon GO Fest, held in Chicago, Illinois over the weekend of July 22, 2017. The Pokémon GO Fest was promoted as a festival in which participants could compete to catch a variety of Pokémon and have the opportunity to complete other challenges throughout the day. Tickets sold out within minutes and for as high as $400. Unfortunately for ticketholders, Niantic experienced severe connectivity problems, causing widespread failure with the Pokémon GO app.
While Niantic offered ticket refunds for $20, it did not offer complete refunds for the full price of tickets or for travel expenses, though people had traveled from around the country and the world to attend the festival.
Levi & Korsinsky, LLP is investigating claims relating to the festival’s failure. If you bought a Pokémon GO Fest ticket and did not receive a full refund for the price of the ticket or for travel expenses, please contact Rosemary Rivas, Esq. or Quentin A. Roberts, Esq. of Levi & Korsinsky, LLP to discuss your legal rights.
Rosemary M. Rivas, Esq.,
Quentin A. Roberts, Esq.,
44 Montgomery Street, Suite 650
San Francisco, CA 94104
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