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Since the launch of Pokemon Go, it achieves great success. It combines the old fashion with the modern life style. Pokemon Go is an augmented reality game which blurs the boundaries between virtual space and real space and brings people back reality. You can see many people walking in the street all the day for capturing Pokemon. The game's extended launch began on July 6, 2016, with releases in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. App analytics platform Sensor Tower reveals that the game now have over $200 million in net revenue from players based on their estimates.Recently the game launched in 15 more countries across Asia and Oceania. People are crazy for Pokemon Go so that a lot traffic accidents and violent events happened. Many residents complaint for people encroaching their personal area and government pay more attention to the mania of Pokemon Go.
Some government has taken actions. For example, Iran has banned their people playing Pokemon Go and other country has set no-Pokemon zone such as Thailand and Japan. Since the game launched in Southeast Asia earlier this month, huge crowds of Pokemon fans have become a problem in cities across the region. In Singapore, police patrols have been deployed to popular hotspots to maintain order. In Taipei, crowds have been filmed chasing after rare Pokemon such as the heavyweight Snorlax. Now Pokemon Go players in Bangkok are being blamed for increasing traffic accidents and Thai authorities want to put a stop to their reckless behavior, the Bangkok Post reported Monday. 
Although Nitantic has set driving messages after update, they do not appeal people to play Pokemon Go while driving. But people are addicted in Pokemon Go, they try every way to solve the problem and keep playing Pokemon Go while driving. Thai authorities has also taken actions now. A group of 50 police officers, described as "catchers of Pokemon catchers" by Bangkok Police Chief Sanit Mahathavorn, will be equipped with mobile phone cameras. They will patrol 10 areas with busy traffic, which will be no-go zones for Pokemon hunters. If caught running while using a phone or hindering traffic while driving carelessly, players will face fines of up to 1,000 baht (around $30, £20 or AU$40). Trainers who play Pokemon Go in an "inappropriate manner" will also face a fine, though it's not clear what constitutes such behaviour. 
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