Last week, we learned that Niantic Labs would be hosting a panel at San Diego Comic-Con later this month focusing on augmented reality games like Pokémon GO and Ingress. However, the panel has now been moved from its previously scheduled location to the largest stage at the convention. The panel was previously scheduled to be held in the 480-seat Room 25ABC, but, likely due to the game’s continued success, it has now been moved to the 6,500-seat Hall H. To accommodate this new venue, the panel has been rescheduled for July 24th at 1:45 PM PT.

Source: San Diego Comic-Con

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