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Olympians can now go for their Pokemon Go medals.
The hit augmented reality game, in which players roam around the real-life world to collect virtual monsters and medals, became available in Brazil late Wednesday.
There had been much disappointment among those at the Rio Olympic Games that they could not play the Pokemon Go game.
Some 30 nations already have the game from U.S. technology company Niantic, which uses characters created by Japanese video game maker The Pokemon Co. The Olympics officially open Friday in Brazil.
Trainers, We are excited to share a few more details with you regarding Pokémon GO: – Central and South America -…
A number of athletes expressed their frustration at the lack of Pokemon Go in Brazil via social media.
— Joe Clarke (@joeclarkek1) July 26, 2016
— Matthieu PECHE (@MatthieuPECHE) July 25, 2016
Want to know the worst thing about the Olympic village? No @PokemonGoApp. Otherwise, it’s incredible.
— Abby Johnston (@AbbyLJohnston) July 26, 2016
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