Battle Points are in-game experiences that increase your Trainer Level. Check out how to get battle points fast, the benefits of increasing your trainer level, and the rewards you get every time you level up!
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|Ways to Level Up Faster|
Buy Battle Point Boost cards
Choose a Pokemon Marked with a Bonus
The simplest way to raise trainer levels is through winning matches. Winning matches gives 150 Battle Points while losing only gives 100 points. It is a difficult task to win matches as there are multiple factors that are at play. In this case, it is best to know and understand the fundamentals of the game, and the strategies that could affect the match, such as knowing which Pokemon to use.
Battle Points earned by playing UNITE matches will also count towards your Pokemon Points. Pokemon Points were added in the anniversary update and is the accumulated battle points you earned using that Pokemon. The trainer level is basically the total of all the Pokemon Points you have since Day 1.
Battle Point Boost Card
|This is not a thrifty booster card to buy. It is quite expensive for only one day of use.
100 per day or 10 per day
Battle Point Boost Card
|Compared to the 1-day booster card, buying this card is the better option. It costs only twice as much as the 1-day booster card but lasts 3 times longer.
66.6 per day or 6.66 per day
Battle Point Boost Card
|This booster card is the best option. It saves players more Aeos Gems and Aeos Tickets, as well as real money.
57.14 per day or 5.71 per day
The most efficient way to get Battle Points and raise your trainer level fast is to buy Battle Point Boost Cards. They can be bought at the Aeos Emporium in shopping and is one of the best way to spend your Aeos Tickets in the game. It is also possible to use Aeos Gems to buy booster cards. However, since Aeos Gems require real money to have, it can be really expensive for players.
When choosing a Pokemon to use in matches, pick the Pokemon that has the Double Arrow icon. This gives an extra 50 Battle Points points after the battle.
The trainer level refers to the player's overall progression in the game. Trainer levels can only be raised by playing matches. As the number goes up, the experience points needed to go to the next level also increases.
It is important to note that a player's trainer level does not define how good they are in playing the game. Although, it does mean that they have access to more in-game features and game modes.
As of the 1st anniversary update on July 21, 2022, Battle Points are now connected to Pokemon Points. Pokemon Points are basically the experience gained by a trainer while using that Pokemon!
The rewards in Total Season Points (Trainer Level) are independent from the Season Points rewards you get from seasonal Battle Points.
Remember, Season Points is only for the current season while Total Season Points (Trainer Level) is from when you started playing Pokemon UNITE.
Aside from getting rewards, raising you trainer level also unlocks in-game features. This includes being able to use extra items in a match, unlock in-game features, and participate in other game modes!
At level 4, players have access to Battle Items. Battle Items are active items used during matches, such as healing Pokemon, and strengthening their abilities. Players can get access to more Battle Items as their trainer level goes up.
At level 6, players can now play Ranked Matches. Ranked Matches are more competitive than casual matches because players are matched according to their rank. The higher the rank the stronger the opponents potentially become.
Reaching level 7 and level 9 unlocks the 2nd and 3rd Held Item slots respectively. Held Items are items that give passive bonus effects to Pokemon holding them. Having more Held Items equipped means a stronger Pokemon.
Level 8 unlocks Quick Battle. Quick Battle is a 4v4 or 3v3 match with a significantly shorter timer than regular matches. Quick Battles can be a good way to practice Pokemon, and test out different strategies.
When you reach level 9, your Held Items can now be upgraded. Upgrading Held Items increases their effectiveness in matches, and, as a result, significantly benefits Pokemon that are holding them.
|Level||Reward||Battle Points per Level|
As of the Anniversary Update, max trainer level is now at Level 50! Get grinding for additional rewards!
If you have reached Level 40 before the anniversary and have been playing continuously, the Battle Points gained during those times will count towards to the new max level! You might have jumped right to Level 50 if you're a super dedicated player!
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