4 reasons why you shouldn’t worry about using Pokemon GO playing services

Pokemon GO playing services? That is a thing?

Well, guess what, yes it is a legitimate thing. Forget your preconceived notions of Pokemon GO being a casual’s game of ‘flicking on screens’ or crazed people gathering at ‘gyms’ to catch raid a gym boss.  These days, the Pokemon Company and Niantic, the creators of Pokemon and the Pokemon GO app, are paying more attention to the competitive aspect where players engage in player-vs-player (PVP) battles. With Pokemon GO being featured at the Pokemon World Championships 2019, where YouTubers such as PogoKieng, PokeAK faced off with Pokemon figures such as Mr Morimoto and our beloved Mr Junichi Masuda himself. Pokemon PVP is just getting started, whether people consider it an eSport or not.

Here’s where local player from Singapore, Pinch comes to help. Yes, Pokemon GO playing services is considered technically illegal and a breach of Niantic’s rules, but hey if …