An ex-Niantic employer primarily based in Hong Kong has established a great popularity via selling Pokemon Go occasions in a neighborhood channel operated by her. Recently she leveraged her popularity to advertise a political occasion in Hong Kong via her channel, which has greater than 15000 subscribers.
While we’re free to decide on our political stance in Hong Kong, leveraging one’s popularity to advertise supplies not associated to Pokemon Go in a public channel is a egocentric act. As a outcome, her act has prompted many arguments amongst Pokemon Go gamers in Hong Kong. Trainers are cut up into those that assist and oppose the political stance.
As an ex-Niantic worker and a neighborhood chief, her act is such a disappointment to the trainers in Hong Kong. I’m actually unhappy that her egocentric act has prompted a cut up between trainers. While there may be nothing Niantic can do about this, I hope this by no means occurs once more and trainers can unite collectively sooner or later.
“It takes years to build a good reputation, and only seconds to destroy it.”