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Here's Why The Pokemon Go Servers Were Always Crashing At Launch

One of the biggest problems that Pokemon Go suffered from during the early days was people trying to get online and play without the servers crashing. The server issues were persistent for quite some time and there was a reason why the Pokemon Go servers were always crashing at...
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