Beginning on Thursday, the official Pokemon Go event for the United States will take place in Chicago.
The event will be held in the Illinois Convention Center, which is just blocks from the U.S. Capitol.
Pokemon Go, a mobile game developed by Niantic, will be available on Apple and Android devices.
The official Pokemon GO event will also be streamed live on YouTube.
Pokemon GO will be streamed online and in-person at the event.
It will also include a Pokemon Trading Card Game, and the game will be playable on Google Glass.
The Chicago event will take over the UIC Pavilion, which also hosts other events.
A Facebook event for Pokemon Go in Chicago has been created for fans to sign up and receive free Pokemon cards.
Pokemon fans can also meet up with other players in the Pokemon Go Zone in the U of I Student Union, where players can play and trade Pokemon cards for real money.
The game is set to be released in Japan on August 15.
The first major event is planned for the UChicago campus.
It is expected to be a three-day event, with multiple events and activities happening over the course of the three days.
It’s possible that there could be additional events that are held on different days throughout the city, but the event is still expected to begin at 6 p.m. on Thursday.