Genshin Impact fan meet up to take place in London as giant Paimon balloon floats down the Thames


GENSHIN Impact is holding an event in London where fans can watch a giant Paimon balloon float down the Thames.

The event will take place in London from October 2, to October 4, and a massive inflatable Paimon will begin her journey down the Thames.

A LEGO Paimon figure was built for last year’s event.

On the first day of the event, a fan meet-up will be held at Butler’s Wharf from 4pm BST.

Paimon will set off from Tower Bridge so Genshin Impact fans can meet her here before she sails too far down the river.

There will also be a pop-up shop where you can buy the game’s merchandise.

Prizes will be given out throughout the event, and those who show up in cosplay will receive exclusive items.

However, this is the same day as the London Marathon, so people who want to join the event should plan their travel accordingly.

There will also be crowd control at the event only allowing a limited number of participants.

If the event reaches capacity, then fans will have 30 minutes time slots to allow more people to take part.

Official Genshin Impact cosplayers will be set up down the Thames during the three-day event. 

Those who take a photo of them and share it on social media will receive a free gift.

Paimon will end her journey at Canary Wharf on October 4. 

Once she reaches the wharf she will stay there until the end of the event.

This could be as early as the afternoon of October 3, depending on the weather and tides.

Those who take a video with her at Canary Wharf and share it on TikTok have a chance to receive free Primogems.

The three videos with the most views will receive 1500 Primogems to spend in-game.

The second prize is for the fourth to tenth most watched videos, which will receive 500 Primogems each.

The final prize is for the tenth to twentieth most watched videos, which will be rewarded with 200 Primogems.

You can find out more about the event on the official website.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.


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