One woman is dead and another is seriously injured after a reckless driver in Tokushima, Japan hits them with his vehicle while playing Niantic’s Pokemon GO.
According to a report from Axiom Capital Management, Pokemon GO has lost more than 15 million daily users, accounting for a third of the game’s peak player numbers.
One Pokemon GO player cannot believe their luck, as their condo acts as a spawnpoint for a variety of incredibly hard-to-find Pokemon available for the mobile sensation.
A Pokemon Go player attempting to earn a record breaking 1,000,000 experience in a single day is now banned after triggering a Niantic anti-botting measure.
By targeting a national cell phone carrier’s IP address, one Pokemon GO player gets the entire country of Belgium banned from the game for a couple days.
One touring company gets in on the Pokemon GO obsession, offering a variety of walking and driving tours in the U.S. and Europe so trainers can catch ’em all.
The mayor of a small town in France has sent an official decree to Niantic requesting that they remove everything Pokemon GO related from within the town’s borders.
Niantic, Nintendo and The Pokemon Company face a class-action lawsuit from a couple who are upset about Pokemon GO players trespassing on their property.
German vehicles manufacturer Volkswagen bans its employees from playing Pokemon GO, fearing that it could potentially be used for corporate espionage.
A new troublesome glitch in Pokemon GO lets players occupy gyms without any fear of losing a Pokemon battle and, in turn, earn an endless source of Pokecoins.
Wrinkles the Clown, a deranged performer that can be hired to scare people as a prank, is seen stalking unsuspecting Pokemon GO players in southwest Florida.
Niantic’s latest Pokemon GO update introduces a new iteration of the ‘nearby’ monster tracking system — but not all players have access to the feature just yet.
Pokemon GO receives a new update which fixes a variety of bugs, brings back the use of the battery saver for iPhone players, and tweaks the Pokemon tracker.
Pokemon GO smashes app sales records earning $200 million in revenue worldwide in its first month of release, beating out Candy Crush and Clash of Clans.
While Niantic has gone to great effort to shut down third-party tracking apps for Pokemon GO, the company has done little to stop an entirely different type of cheating app.
Twitch announces that users using cheats for their streams of mobile title Pokemon GO will be on the receiving end of punishment, up to and including bans.
The Iranian government decides to ban its people from playing the popular augmented reality mobile game Pokemon GO, citing security concerns as the reason.