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As the Pokémon Go become more popular, Pokémon Go bots have appeared. Pokémon Go is a game which you can catch Pokémon and train Pokémon in real world by your phone. The game mode blur the boundaries between virtual space and real space. At first, everyone is excited about Pokémon and want to catch more rare Pokémon. But recently more and more players complaint about Pokémon Go bots make them can not beat gym and level up their Pokémon. What’s Pokémon Go bots?
 
"The user first provides a latitude and longitude as a starting point (the center of any major city is a good place to start) and some Pokémon Go account credentials to authenticate with the servers," Ars Technica reports. "The bot then finds any nearby Pokémon (using those previously discussed mapping functions) and simulates a 'walk' to the nearest one by sending spoofed GPS coordinates to the server at appropriate intervals. When the bot gets close enough to a Pokémon, it can use a simple API call to quickly catch it before moving on to the next target." That’s how Pokémon Go bots works.
 
By design, Pokémon Go requires players to get outdoors to actually discover Pokémon and take on gyms in the real world. That’s how Niantic differentiates the mobile game from its handheld role-playing game brethren. It’s also why some players have devised other ways to play the game, ones that wouldn’t require any physical activity whatsoever.Enter bots, programs designed by coders that, in essence, play Pokémon Go for you. There’s an array of bot programs and GPS spoofs that have found popularity with players in more isolated areas who can’t find too many Pokémon to catch. Others use bots for another reason, though: to be the very best with very little effort.
 
But Pokémon Go bots have made a great pack on the real compete players. Players complain that all their gyms are impossible to beat, and they know that bots can build up accounts that dominate gyms, so the perception is going sour.Real players get no chance to win at competitive Pokemon ‘gyms’,  so the game's main goal is ruined by the cheaters. Some top players - like the first to hit the game’s level cap - have admitted to using these programs to level up their trainers and Pokémon as fast as possible. After that, they've taken over Pokémon gyms with their overpowered teams that people who play the game the way it was designed to be played can’t reasonably defeat. (Using these programs, it should be said, is also against the game's Terms of Service.)
 
Gyms are the only way for players to test themselves against each other in the single-player game, but the proliferation of "cheaters" make it hard for anyone else to prove their legitimate battle prowess.With Ingress, Niantic issued widespread bans to those it suspected of cheating, although others who claimed otherwise were caught in the crossfire. Yesterday, however, many Pokémon Go bot developers were working to make their programs functional again after the developer issued an update that affected the API data used to run the bots. Farhani told us NecroBot and others are either back online or will return by the end of the day.
 
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