For Pokemon GO players in the Asia Pacific region as well as across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and India, Pokemon GO Community Day has been and gone.
But there's still time for anyone in the Americas and Greenland to get involved.
Whilst that info might be mainly important for players in those regions, on a global level, and for the sake of bragging rights, it's also important in deciding which team comes out on top.
Each month Niantic tracks to see which teams catch the most Pokemon during the Community Day.
In the previous event, Team Instinct were victorious in 'winning' North America and Greenland, but finished third overall.
Team Mystic, on the other hand, would once again win the overall battle, scoring victories in Europe, Africa, South America and Asia.
As for the red of Team Valor, they came second, despite only managing to gain a victory in the Oceania region.
Niantic's new Pokemon Go Community Day is going live this Sunday morning, bringing with it a whole host of reasons to get out at play the game on iPhone and Android smartphones.
This is the fourth Community Day, Niantic's monthly worldwide event dedicated, Niantic say, to celebrate the games Pokemon GO community playing around the world.
Although Niantic frames the event as the perfect way for trainers to come together and meet up to play the game, it also provides (perhaps more importantly) the chance for trainers to catch some rather unique Pokemon.
In the case of this fourth Community Event, players should find a wealth of Mareep spawning in park areas. Incidentally, this will be the first Community day event not to feature a Gen 1 Kanto region Pokemon as the special chosen Pokemon for the day.
But better still, if you’re lucky enough to evolve a Mareep into Ampharos during that three-hour window, it will learn the Dragon Pulse, a two-bar 100 power charged move.
For UK based players, today's Community Day event is scheduled to begin at 10am in the UK lasting until 1pm in the afternoon.
This isn't all though because there are additional bonuses in effect during the event, such as increased Stardust, and Lure Modules which last for three hours during the event.
So, even if you don't necessarily want to get and play in a group, there are still great reasons to ensure you're playing Pokemon Go regardless.
Will there be a shiny Mareep?
Of course! Even if it's not necessarily confirmed right now, but we're positive a shiny Mareep will be available.
Not only because in past events players have been able to catch a shiny Bulbasaur, Pikachu and Dratini, but also because of a recent leak seemingly confirming the news.
It was noticed by players searching the games datamined files that the shiny Mareep family had been added to the game. So we're confident you'll get your shiny Mareep with the latest community day event.
Below you'll find a reminder of the times for when the Pokemon GO Community Event is taking place in your region:
• The Asia-Pacific region: from 12:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. JST (GMT +9)
• Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and India: from 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. UTC (GMT +0)
• The Americas and Greenland: from 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. PST (GMT -8)