Over 10,000 Sprint, Boost Mobile and Sprint at RadioShack stores will either become PokeStops or gyms in Pokemon GO starting December 12.

The deal between Sprint and the game’s developer, Niantic, will ensure that the stores are at least one guaranteed destination for fans — ready to take on the game’s newest features like trainer-to-trainer battles and the reinstatement of the Nearby tracker — to visit. These stores will also provide charging docks to Pokemon GO players fee-free.

If anything, the deal seals a first link in a possible series of others between Sprint and Niantic. This week, Sprint’s parent company, SoftBank, pledged $50 billion of investment into the US tech environment.

T-Mobile also offered its own perks to Pokemon GO players nearer to the launch of the game.

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