Pokémon GO: New ‘Pokémon Gym’ opens in Hong Kong
TechRadalar.com.au New ‘Pokemon Gym’ is set to open in Hong Kong, with players able to train the Pokémon from the comfort of their own homes.
The Pokemon GO ‘Poké Gym’ will be the first of its kind to open outside of Asia, according to a press release by the Pokémon GO app developers.
It’s a Poké Gym, or Poké Gymnium, where players can play Pokémon with their Pokémon, which are available for training.
There are more than 1,000 Pokémon in the game, and players can battle in the Poké Battle arena, which is a series of Poké Battle arenas around Hong Kong.
Players will be able to use their phone to catch Pokémon.
A QR code will scan and send the Pokémon to their home, and a Pokémon Trainer can be trained there.
A QR code also allows users to log in to the app, and select their Pokestops from a list of available locations.
They can also download the app and check their gym for updates.
It’s also possible to play a Pokémon video game, or have a friend battle other Pokémon.
Pokémon GO is available for iOS and Android.