Pokemon Go International Release Delayed Due to Server Problems
Pokemon Go only went live in Australia, New Zealand and North America, resulting in a slew of fans the world over to sideload the game. The wave of players in the first few days has overloaded the servers, leaving huge numbers of people unable to log in.
Despite topping the Appstore within a day of its launch and boosting Nintedon’s share price, Niantic CEO John Hanke tells Business Insider that the company will delay the global rollout for Pokemon Go while it works to resolve the server crashes. Hanke says launching in territories like the United Kingdom and the Netherlands is “paused until we’re comfortable.
Hope Pokemon Go will be available worldwide soon.