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By Monday, more than 3,000 had clicked ‘Going’ and more than 11,000 had said they were interested in attending. He picked the CN Tower because it’s a Toronto icon, and it’s also a Pokemon Gym in the game — essentially a landmark that draws players.“Me and my girlfriend walk our dog and go hunting Pokemon together,” Cashman said. Every time I go out, I run into somebody, I meet somebody new, you know, and I think that’s what the point of this whole event is.” The Royal Ontario Museum has also become a hotspot for Toronto’s Pokemon Go players due to the high number of creatures on the campus.
“It was pretty surprising,” Dodge said of when the ROM’s hidden gem was first discovered.“We actually had a few meetings last week about it and tried to come up with some plans and see how we could leverage the excitement around the game.” The ROM is also a “Poke Gym” that has several “Poke Stops.” Players who locate a Poke Gym can assign a Pokemon to it and battle other players inside it.Shortly before speaking with the Sun, Yoon Kang, 29, a web designer at the ROM, caught a Pokemon by the main entrance of the museum.That was Kang’s second capture since downloading the game Monday. “Right now, I’m just walking around hoping to get lucky.” The Toronto Zoo updated their map of the zoo, adding locations of Pokegyms and Pokestops at the Zoo.Crystal Pace normally wouldn’t see her teenage daughter exploring the outdoors with such fervour.But ever since Pokemon Go officially released in Canada on Sunday, her 16-year-old has been getting her fair share of exercise.
“It brings those two closer together too,” Pace said as she stood watching her daughter pose with her seven-year-old brother for photos under the CN Tower Monday evening.
Now her kids are “hooked” on the game, which requires plenty of walking around.
“They went out yesterday Pokemon hunting,” Pace said.
“Me and my son went out today Pokemon hunting with a couple of friends. Heads buried in their phones, fingers furiously flicking across their screens, happily hollering whenever they caught a rare Pokemon — these players were there to catch ’em all.
It’s so much fun.” The family was part of a thousand-strong crowd gathered at the base of the CN Tower for a Pokemon Go meet-up. Matthew Cashman, owner of Legacy Gamers, organized the meet-up last week.
He set up the Facebook event page hoping maybe 500 people would be interested.