Next Genshin Impact Pop-Up Store Sells Merchandise in Seattle
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Next Genshin Impact Pop-Up Store Sells Merchandise in Seattle

HoYoVerse announced its next Genshin Impact US pop-up store will open and sell merchandise in Seattle, Washington. It will be open between 10am-8pm PT every day between June 14-23, 2024, with things set up at 4733 Brooklyn Avenue NE. 

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The items sold at the Genshin Impact pop-up store should look familiar, as they appeared at past events. There will be acrylic stands, figures, keychains, mouse pads, pins, plush toys, posters, puzzles, and rollerball pens. Photo op scenes will be present. Giveaways will occur and involve things like postcards, character cards, and other items. The company will also hold a cosplay contest on June 22, 2024.

Here’s the official announcement, which also includes teaser images for the Genshin Impact merchandise that will be sold at the location.

This is the second appearance of the pop-up store in 2024. It already appeared in Santa Monica, California. That one was so popular, HoYoVerse extended its running time

For those who aren’t in Seattle or Washington state, HoYoVerse does sell Genshin Impact merchandise online. For example, it runs a storefront on Amazon with different pieces. Some of the things sold there include items items from the Teyvat Nature Discovery Tour featuring Kaveh and other characters.

The Genshin Impact Seattle, Washington pop-up store will be open June 14-23, 2024. The game is available on the PS4, PS5, PC, and mobile devices. 

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