Although Pokémon Go hasn’t been officially launched in Asia yet, players in parts of Indonesia appear to have been able to access the game ahead of its neighbours.
The augmented reality game was launched first in the U.S. and Australia and New Zealand on July 6, and the gates opened to Europe over the weekend.
Over in Asia, trainer-wannabes have been watching keenly for the app’s launch.
Everywhere in Asia except for Indonesia, which has had access to the game for the past two weeks since it launched, as reported by …
Via: Mashable: Marketing