Pokémon Go is a 2016 augmented reality mobile game, part of the Pokémon franchise, developed and published by Niantic in collaboration with Nintendo and The Pokémon Company for iOS and Android devices. It became one of the most exciting and unique games of its era.
Recently to fix a bug, the Devs of Pokemon Go had to disable the Bluetooth support system for a short period of time. The players who were using the Poké Ball Plus and Pokémon Go Plus devices at that time faced problems with this.
Pokémon GO’s Lead Community Manager Kelsey Danger has reportedly received violent threats regarding a Tweet about this bug. This article will discuss everything we know about this incident and the events revolving around it.
The Threat Shenanigan
Pokémon Go community manager Kelsey Danger has received “violent threats” because of a bug. “Heads up: I deleted the thread from yesterday because I was starting to get violent threats emailed to me,” Danger wrote on Twitter. “I don’t mind chatting about hard topics – especially when I make mistakes – but when we start hitting that level, it’s time to hit the pause button.”
Later, she joked about the threats in another tweet, stating, “My favorite threat I received this morning was ‘I’ve found your address in Toronto, I don’t live in Toronto.”
Kesley deleted the tweet where the threats were after it became too violent. Also, the community soon realized that it was just a temporary disability. This signifies how every moment is precious for pokemon go gamers and how the game is also a part of their life.