A smartphone showing Pokémon Go is seen in front of a stall on July 25, 2016, in Hong Kong, where the game is not banned. Photo: BloombergA smartphone showing Pokémon Go is seen in front of a stall on July 25, 2016, in Hong Kong, where the game is not banned. Photo: Bloomberg
A smartphone showing Pokémon Go is seen in front of a stall on July 25, 2016, in Hong Kong, where the game is not banned. Photo: Bloomberg

Nintendo files Chinese trademarks for Pokémon Go in China, where the mobile AR game is currently banned

  • Pokémon Go was banned in China just months after the game launched in 2016
  • Tencent and NetEase are working on separate Pokémon games

Topic |   Gaming
A smartphone showing Pokémon Go is seen in front of a stall on July 25, 2016, in Hong Kong, where the game is not banned. Photo: BloombergA smartphone showing Pokémon Go is seen in front of a stall on July 25, 2016, in Hong Kong, where the game is not banned. Photo: Bloomberg
A smartphone showing Pokémon Go is seen in front of a stall on July 25, 2016, in Hong Kong, where the game is not banned. Photo: Bloomberg
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