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Pokemon GO is all set to be launched in Singapore

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Facebook user Abraham Lee shared that Singapore has finally been added to the list of available servers! It’s not up yet. But definitely soon and probably tomorrow (21 Jul).
1Niantic, the game developer confirmed that the highly-anticipated game will see the debut release in Asia starting with Japan on 20 July (Wednesday).

The news that Nintendo’s augmented-reality game ‘Pokemon GO’ will hit Singapore soon should come as a big sigh of relief to avid Pokemon fans.

Pokemon GO updates its release status in different countries in real time. Fans of the game can check the status at this website.

For noobs who are trying to figure out what the craze is all about, here is the beginner’s guide on how to play the game: http://www.imore.com/pokemon-go.

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Avid Pokemon fans in Singapore who are don’t want to wait can download the unofficial APK file and install the same on their Android and iOS devices.

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