Pokemon Go has taken the world by storm. So much so that it’s already set to surpass Twitter for daily users. This is only after being released last week.
If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of the game, we’ll give you a brief rundown. Pokemon Go is a location-based mobile game using your GPS to let you search for Pokemon around you. Part of the allure is that the game incorporates your surroundings to determine which Pokemon appear. For example, if you’re near a body of water you’ll likely find marine based Pokemon.
Since this latest craze has seemingly “taken over” the world by storm, there’s been sightings at music venues and theaters across the nation. Take a look at a few example below.
In between songs at the Sting & Peter Gabriel concert at the United Center this past Saturday, I decided to see if there were any Pokemon nearby.