Olympic Athletes Are Complaining They Can't Play Pokémon Go in Rio
Amidst the safety failures and lack of improvement in preparation for the Rio summer Olympics, athletes were complaining that they cannot play Pokemon Go.
Niantic’s wildly successful augmented reality app has been released in at least 28 countries so far, but not in Brazil. People who downloaded the app in their countries can still access it, but no Pokéstops appear and so far, no Pokémon have shown up.
[post_ad]Athletes are taking to Twitter their frustrations.
It's a lonely job, being a Pokemon trainer at Rio's Olympic Park #PokemonGO #RioOlympics pic.twitter.com/biKOMl3X6U— Diane Kristine Wild (@deekayw) July 25, 2016
Want to know the worst thing about the Olympic village? No @PokemonGoApp. Otherwise, it's incredible.— Abby Johnston (@AbbyLJohnston) July 26, 2016
No Pokemon in Deodoro Olympic venue! Or in Brazil!?? 💔😩📍 @NianticLabs @PokemonGoApp @Pokemon #PokemonGO #Rio2016 pic.twitter.com/xiRMcqhXfV— Joe Clarke (@joeclarkek1) July 26, 2016
Folks, Pokemon Go turned into a basic commodity now.
Olympic Athletes Are Complaining They Can't Play Pokémon Go in Rio Reviewed by Siopao Master on 8/01/2016 08:19:00 AM Rating: