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'Pokemon GO' Servers Died at Launch Because of 50 Times More Players Than Expected

Remember those glorious days back in the summer when you and your friends were dying to go grab some pokemon on Pokemon GO [Free] but couldn't log in or the game kept crashing on you? Remember when it was so bad that Niantic had to pause the game's worldwide rollout to try and get a handle on the
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