The Pokémon GO Safari Zone in Seville leaves an economic impact of 21.3 million euros

The first Zona Safari of Pokémon GO held in Spain, specifically in Seville, has left a general economic impact of 22.4 million dollars (21.3 million euros) in the Andalusian city.

The Sevillian Parque del Alamillo was the setting chosen by the studio in charge of developing Pokémon GO, Niantic Labs, to carry out its first Safari Zone in Spain between May 13 and 15.

The celebration of the event has left a general economic impact of 22.4 million dollars (21.3 million euros) in Seville, according to data provided by the company itself to Europa Press.

This figure is higher than the 16.2 million dollars (15.4 million euros) raised in the Liverpool Safari Zone (England) in 2021. For their part, the Pokémon GO events in Chicago (United States), Montreal (Canada) and Dortmund (Germany) had a combined impact of 249 million dollars (236.8 million euros) in 2019.

During the weekend of its celebration, more than 20,000 Pokémon trainers, according to the figures provided in May by Niantic, They explored a total of 225,000 kilometers in the Alamillo Park and captured more than 6.3 million of these creatures.

By Editor