Pokemon Go Finally Launch in India with Reliance JIO
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Pokémon GO finally makes it to India close to five months after the global launch in July under a Niantic and Reliance Jio partnership
Is it Christmas already? Because Santa (in our case Niantic) has finally decided to bring Pokémon GO to all the good boys and girls in India. The game has come to India (nearly five months from its official launch) thanks to a new Reliance Jio and Niantic partnership. The partnership will also result in thousands of Reliance Digital Stores and their select partners in the country to become Pokémon Gyms or PokéStops – a masterstroke by Reliance.
“We are delighted to partner with Jio to launch Pokémon GO in India.” said John Hanke, Chief Executive Officer and founder of Niantic. “It’s exciting to see Pokémon fans in India step out and explore their neighbourhoods in search of Pokémon and Jio’s disruptive high speed 4G LTE Network will be an excellent way to experience the game.”
The extremely popular Augmented Reality game was launched on July 7 and became available in hundreds of countries across the globe, but failed to reach Indian stores until now. The AR game is based on the popular anime TV show, Pokémon, and uses geo-locations to place Pokémon across important landmarks and areas in cities. A player then needs to walk around his/her city to find and catch Pokémon that appear on their screen superimposed on the background of what your camera sees. Pokémon trainers also have to traverse through the city to look for Pokémon Stops to resupply, and fight at Pokémon Gyms to take control of them for their own team. Advice to Those Students Who's CBSE exams Are Coming Try to Don't Play this game.
The game requires a smartphone with an active data connection, camera and GPS to run. The partnership clearly intends to up the subscriptions rates of Reliance Jio connections, which is offering promotional free data, voice calling, roaming and more to all users until March 2017.