Pokemon Go Job Applicants Required To Have Battle League Rank 7 Or Above

Niantic, the creator of Pokemon GO, has added a criterion to many of its job applications that many other firms avoid. Pokemon GO has grown extremely popular. While some firms urge applicants for creative roles to have played the game, it is an unexpected prerequisite for high-level design positions.

Pokemon GO has long been unique in that it is a game that is played while out and about in the real world. Pokemon GO included PVP fights soon after its introduction, allowing players to compete with their friends and online competitors. Since then, a ranked mode has been added, and with COVID keeping many players indoors, the game’s online battle feature has grown in importance.


Most gaming businesses don’t require candidates to have played their games, and it’s usually only a plus to get employed. On the other hand, Niantic has added the amusing condition of obtaining the Pikachu Libre avatar accessories from the GO Battle League.

Because many of the game’s sophisticated algorithms, such as Pokemon GO damage calculations, are difficult to grasp, Niantic may be seeking more devoted fans who have already invested time in collecting graded prizes.

A user needed at least a Pokemon GO battle rank of 7 at the end of the season to win the Pikachu Libre avatar accessories. Although the criterion has now been reduced to level 5, candidates’ request to demonstrate their gaming rank was surprising.


With so many various methods to play ranked, like the newest Pokemon GO Elemental Cup mode, getting the Pikachu Libre goods before an interview shouldn’t be tough. However, reaching the exceedingly high level of Ace in the Battle League will, ironically, increase an applicant’s chances of getting recruited.

As the future of gaming develops, gaming firms may come to frequently require applicants to have played their game or even achieved a rank before being accepted into the organization. Fortunately for Niantic, various Promo-codes for free Pokemon GO items are routinely handed out to the public, which may rapidly bring a trainer up to speed.

Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc is a frantic writer, blogger, and ghostwriter. He quit his office job as an Applications Engineer for the love of writing. When he’s not working, he’s either playing with his PS4 or his 1-year old daughter.

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