Pokémon Go, the globally popular location based, free to play augmented reality game has crossed 750 million downloads. The parent company Ninatic announced the news on its website on Friday. Pokémon Go was officially launched on 14 December in India and was released in July 2016 in selected countries across the globe. It became the fastest mobile game to earn a revenue of more than $500 million in 63 days.
"It’s been an incredible first year for Pokémon Go thanks to the passion and dedication from the global Trainer community," Niantic CEO John Hanke said. The first anniversary of the game is approaching and the company has planned to organised events across the globe. The company CEO said “As part of the first anniversary, we’ll be giving players around the world the chance to enjoy fun in-game events, engage with friends and other Trainers at real-world events, and much more,”.
According to mobilesyrup, tickets for events that will be organized to mark Pokemon Go's first anniversary will be available on Ninatic's website from 19 June. Ninatic was founded by John Hanke in 2010, Hanke is also known as the founder of Keyhole Inc, the company which founded Google Earth.
Ninatic a US based company was founded by John Hanke in 2010. Hanke is also known as the founder of Keyhole Inc, the company which founded Google Earth. The company has also made similar augmented reality based games like Ingress and Field Trip.