Battle Raids are a vital component to the replayability of Pokemon GO. Once you’ve caught all that you can, all that’s left is to battle. Unfortunately, the most recent daylight savings caused a stir with Battle Raids in some regions.
On the eastern coast of the United States, Battle Raid eggs have started spawning as early as 5 am on Sunday. This means that nearly all raids were over by 7 pm. When you’re working a 9-5 job, that doesn’t leave much time to participate. Fan’s concerns grew when the same problem happened the following Monday.
The theory behind the raid timing is so that players aren’t encouraged to visit public parks during nighttime hours. Since time is a dynamic change, it’s understandable how complications like this might occur.
Niantic has yet to make a comment on these problems. With any luck, it will be resolved shortly. Until then, I hope you’re an early bird.