This news recently gained buzz around the internet that, Niantic the main company behind the biggest game of era Pokemon Go is issuing bans to players who violate its terms of service. Though terms of service violations vary, these bans appear to be directed at cheaters who rely on GPS spoofing, bots, and other software techniques that allow Pokemon Go to be played beyond the realm of its design parameters. For example, GPS spoofing lets you trick a smartphone into thinking you’re located in a different country, allowing you to catch pokemon located at that region that may be more easily located in that area or restricted to certain place. Bots, on the other hand, let you automate portions of the game.
In a note posted to its website this week, Niantic outlines violations of its TOS(terms of services) that can result in a permanent ban. The company says. “Our goal is to provide a fair, fun and legitimate game experience for everyone. We will continue to work with all of you to improve the quality of the gameplay, including ongoing optimization and fine tuning of our anti-cheat system.”
It’s still unclear how Pokemon Go developers are planning to detect the use of GPS spoofing, emulators, bots, and other hacks. A number of threads on Reddit’s Pokemon Go developer community, where much of the discussion around these techniques takes place, have popped up in the last two days. It seems users cannot seem to lock down what exactly results in a ban and how Niantic’s internal systems may be seeking out cheating behavior.
So being a legit and hardworking player will pay off a good price, and using spoof application and fake apps will not only result in a soft ban but to a permanent ban . That’s all for today.Stick with us for all latest news of pokemon go and other anime seasons too.Like our facebook page, and if you are a youtuber or some fan looking for a platform for marketing….feel free to contact us at [email protected] or [email protected] will get to you in no time and have a discussion over.