Following the issues that plagued the recent Pokémon Go Fest event in Chicago, developer Niantic has made the decision to postpone its planned events in Europe.
The events that were scheduled to take place in Copenhagen, Prague, Stockholm, and Amsterdam later this month have been postponed until this fall “to guarantee the best possible gameplay experience for European Trainers.”
The developer added that the planned events in Japan, France, Spain, and Germany will still go ahead has scheduled.
“We apologize for any inconvenience and hope you understand that our priority is to ensure a great experience for Pokémon GO Trainers in Europe and around the world,” Niantic said.
For those who missed it, attendees of the recent Pokémon Go Fest event were unable to access the game during the event and those who managed to were hit with crippling lag that made the game unplayable. As a result of these issues, Niantic offered all attendees a full refund and $100 of Poké Coins.
Pokémon Go is available now as a free download on iOS and Android.