Project Fixup has launched a new service that lets players of the AR game meet up over their shared Poké interests

Along with restaurants, health clubs, and a multitude of other businesses, a dating company, Project Fixup, has joined the Pokémon GO momentum. They have launched a new service specifically aimed for users of the augmented reality game. The online dating platform, PokéDates, allows for Pokémon enthusiasts to meet up with each other and go Pokémon hunting.

After asking a few personal questions the service matches you with potential suitors and facilitates a convenient time along with a Pokémon Gym or Pokéstop for both parties. Each date has a cost of $20.00, so in order to promote their service the company has offered its users the first date for free with the code ‘POKEDATES2016.'

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