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Pokemon Go and Niantic Compensate for January 19 Spotlight Hour Issues

Some players who completed Timed Research to encounter Rayquaza or evolved Metang to Metagross during January 19 Spotlight Hour didn’t receive the exclusive Charged Attacks and Niantic and Pokemon Go granted affected Trainers Elite TMs.

During the Spotlight Hour that happened on January 19, some Trainers didn’t receive the exclusive Charged Attacks for Rayquaza and Metagross and to compensate for the issues, Niantic granted Elite TMs only for Trainers in the following time zones: GMT +11, +12, +13, and +14.

The Elite TMs will automatically appear in your inventory.

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