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How To Add Friends & Play With Trainers

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Learn how to add friends in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA). Guide includes how to add friends, how to accept friend requests, how to play with friends, friend limit & invite friends!

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How To Add Friends

3 Ways To Add Friends

1Using the Player ID
2Via Nintendo Account Screen
3After a match

1. Get Their Player ID

Player ID

You can ask your friends for their Player ID and use it to find them in the Friend Menu. The Player ID is a 7-character code that can be viewed by going to the Trainer Info Screen. Added friends must confirm your friend request first before you can see them on the Friends screen!

Cannot Search Via Trainer's Name

Unfortunately, players cannot be searched with only their Trainer name & therefore cannot be added. The Player ID is essential to be able to search and add other players.

How To Find Player ID

2. Via Nintendo Account Screen

Add Nintendo Account Friends

If you already have friends tied to your Nintendo Account, you can easily add them using the "Add Friend" function under "Friend Search". You can add your Friends here so you can easily invite for games.

3. Add New Friends After A Match

Add friends after a match

You can add new players to your Friends List via the post-game screen. Navigate to the scoreboard and highlight a player. Once highlighted, press "A" to open a menu. Select "Add Friend" to send a Friend Request.

Chat With Friends

Chat With Friends

You can communicate with friends using the in-game text chat. However, you must play at least 5 games first in order to be able to chat with each other.

Voice Chat & In-Game Chat Guide

How To Find Your Player ID

Found In The Player Profile

How To Find Your Player ID

The Player ID is the 7-character code located above the trainer name. You can view your Player ID by pressing L button on the main screen to access your Player Card. You can also ask other players to give you their Player ID so you can add them as your Friends.

No Limit To Adding Friends

No need to worry about having too many friends because there is no limit to how many people you can add as friends in Pokemon Unite.

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How To Play & Invite Friends

Invite Friends To Party

Invite Friends To Party

From the Lobby, you can invite friends by pressing the Y Button or the Blue Button on the left side of the screen or the + button next to the trainer. If they accept the request, they will be added to your party. You can then play matches together.

Random Match Will Fill Party Spaces

If you don't have a full party, the game will match you with random players to fill the space. This ensures that no game will have missing or mismatching number of players.

Can Play With Friends Only

Can Play With Friends Only

Players can also choose the "Friends Only" match type if you want to practice strategies or try new Pokemon together. This is available for Quick Battles and Standard Battles.

How To Play With Others Using Lobby ID

Enter The Same Lobby

Lobby

Players can also play with other trainers without needing to add them. Simply enter into the same lobby to play with each other. To do this, you need to have their Lobby ID which can be found on the top-left of the host's room.

Search The Lobby ID In The Lobby Search

Lobby ID

After obtaining the Lobby ID, simply write them on the Lobby Search Located on the bottom right of the main screen above the Unite Battle Button.

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