Currently, players can't see how many points their team has scored during the match. This guide shows different ways players can get an idea of their team score while playing. Find out how to effectively track how well your team is doing to win more games!
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The team score cannot be viewed during a battle. It is only displayed at the end of the match. Players can see the breakdown of the team score at the results screen.
When using Spectator Mode, you can see the total scores of each team in real time at the top part of the screen.
Goal Zones can give an estimation of how many points a team has scored so far. Goal Zones require 80 - 100 (based on location) points to be captured. Players can see how many remaining points are needed to capture a Goal Zone under each Goal Zone. Additionally, players can score more than the required points to capture the goal, and the excess points are still counted towards the team score.
Players can see an indicator of how many points a teammate or opponent made upon scoring a goal.
|Goal Locations and Points|
|Location||Points Needed to Capture|
Players can always refer to the minimap to see how many goal zones are left. This can give an estimation of the team score.
At the start of the 5 minute mark, and every minute afterward, teams receive messages or notifications about how well they are doing. These messages can tell the team if they are leading or falling behind.
|0-20 Point Difference||"It's a close battle!"|
|21-99 Points Ahead||"We're in the lead!"|
|100 Points Ahead and Above||"We have a huge lead!"|
|21-99 Points Behind||"We're struggling to keep up!"|
|100 Points Behind or Above||"We're REALLY struggling!"|
The simplest way to collect points to score is by defeating wild Pokemon. The Pokemon that landed the killing blow on the wild Pokemon will be the one who receives the points, be sure that there are no enemy Pokemon nearby that might steal the wild Pokemon.
The amount of points a wild Pokemon gives is displayed above it. As the game progresses, some wild Pokemon will evolve which increases the points they give.
Another way to collect points is by defeating enemy Pokemon. When a Pokemon is defeated, it drops Pokeballs which can be picked up by other Pokemon. The amount of points a single Pokeball gives depends on its size.
The amount of points Pokemon are currently carrying is displayed just beside their HP bar. The points are reduced to 0 when a Pokemon is defeated, so be sure not to get killed if you have high points.
How many points Pokemon are carrying is also displayed in the minimap. However, only 40 and above points are shown.
It is important to prioritize defeating enemy Pokemon with high points. This is an effective tactic to control how much points the enemy can score. When you manage to defeat the Pokemon with high points, the best course of action is to pick up the points scattered on the ground where the Pokemon died, then score goals.
Keeping tabs on both teams' scores helps determine how close you are to winning or losing. For instance if you're 7 minutes into a match and all your goal zones are captured while the enemies' goal zones remain untouched, that tells a lot about your team's odds of winning. It helps make decisions such as continuing with the match or surrendering much easier to make.
The play style of you and your teammates can vary greatly depending on how far ahead or behind you are in terms of score. If your team is in the lead you might consider preserving your lead by playing defensively and preventing your enemies from scoring. If your team is behind you might want to assign a few teammates to defend the goals while the others contest objectives such as Goal Zones or Zapdos. In summary, estimating your team's score can help you determine what course of action your team should take to achieve victory.
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|Game Modes Explanation||Match Types Explanation|
|Unite Battle Guide||Ranked Match Guide|
|Quick Battle Guide||How to Use Training Mode|
|Fair Play Points Guide||Can Players Use the Same Pokemon?|
|Tournament Mode Guide||Custom Battle Guide|
|Gameplay Manual Guides|
|List of Status Effects||Stats Explanation|
|How to Upgrade Items||Unite Moves Guide|
|List of Berries and Effects||How To Surrender|
|Recall Guide and Best Timing||Super Jump Guide|
|Vision Guide: How Does Vision Work?||Evolution: How to Evolve and Timing|
|Character Creation Guide||Free Rotation Guide|
|Microtransactions Guide||Attack Vs. Special Attack|
|Badge Guide and Explanation||How to Check Team Score|
|How to Check Leaderboard||Tutorial Missions: Access and Rewards|
|How to Increase Movement Speed||Critical Hit Guide|
|How to Use Quick Chat and Pings||How to Use the Camera|
|How to Cancel Moves||Invincibility Guide|
|Move Types and When to Use||Grass Guide: How Does Grass Work?|
|Boosted Attacks Guide||How to Recover HP|
|How to Check Player Levels and Kills||List of Hidden Mechanics|
|How to Chat with Friends||List of Achievements|
|Game Setup Guides|
|List of Controls||List of Settings|
|How to Change Your Name||How to Change Your Gender|
|How to Play Online Multiplayer||How to Add Friends|
|Language Settings||How to Use Voice Chat and Best Apps|
|Do You Need Nintendo Online?||Server Reset Time|
|How to Create a New Account||Can You Delete an Account?|
|Player Count and Limit||Can You Play Offline?|
|How to Reduce Lag||What Happens When You Go AFK|
|How to Play with Bots||How to Check Match History|
|Battle Screen and Menus Explanation||Spectator Mode|
|How to Update the Trainer Card||Squads Guide|
|Friendship Points Guide||-|
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