Champion Tamer: List of Package Redemption Codes and How To Find More of Them

By | 20201012

Champion Tamer is a new unofficial Pokémon fan game for the iOS and Android platforms that allows you to play idly and collect a massive amount of Pokémon. You control and interact with trainers from the anime, collect items and equipment, and engage in all sorts of game modes as you gain levels.

While there are a ton of rewards that you can earn in this game, not many people know how to redeem or find package redemption codes for this game, but we have the guide to teach you how.

Read on for a list of package Redemption Codes, how to exchange them for gifts, and how to find more of them in Champion Tamer!

First off, you need to know how to actually use them. The redemption area can be a little bit difficult to find atfirst. Complete the tutorial, and then tap on the button that takes you to the main city.

Now, tap on your character avatar in the upper left corner. At the very bottom of the menu that pops up will be a “package redemption“ button. Tap that button, type in the code or copy and paste it in, and then confirm it to exchange it.

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Start looking on the official social media pages for this game. Skip out on any social media pages that are actually related to Pokémon, and sift through to find the ones that are related to this game and not the many other fake Pokémon games in the App Store or in the Google Play Store.

Look for an official Facebook first, then look for a Twitter, Instagram, and other pages for this game. Scroll up and down the feed to look for more codes.

Be sure to check all of the social media channels, not just one of them, because oftentimes codes get posted on one channel but not any of the others. This can depend on things such as Subscriber Contests or other special promotions and advertisements.

Look at the review pages on the App Store and on the Google Play Store also. If you have a code, be sure to post it in a review, and if you see another players review that it contains a code, then try to use it and exchange it within the game.

If you can find a Subreddit for this game, then look up and down the forum for any posts related to Package Redemption Codes. Primarily, look for players who are posting their own, but also look for players who are asking about them, because sometimes other players will respond to them with actual codes.

If you see a Discord chat link within invite, then click it and get excepted into the room. The easiest way to find codes in here is to use the search bar within the app and search for “codes“. Sift through all of the players asking for codes, and look for chat messages where people actually share a code.

Look on YouTube and Twitch. Even for smaller games like this, you will often find codes exclusively put onto these two platforms by video streamers and content creators. Developers often give them the codes first, and then every other source copies the codes later.

On YouTube, Facebook, or any other page listed above, check the comment section of any post, or every post, depending on the amount of time you have. While you will have more success on the announcement posts or any post involving Codes, players are liable to post codes in the comments of pretty much any post, sometimes.

As of right now, there have not been any codes yet released for the game. Be sure to keep checking back, though, as this game is extremely new, and as it ages, the developers are likely to start adding codes for it.

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