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Niantic still unsure about rolling out new Pokemon GO tracker

“Niantic is still testing a new type of tracking that's geo-locked to San Francisco. At this moment, there is no estimated timeline to potentially rolling it out wider.” - Niantic rep In other words, no tracker news for anyone yet. It seems like the test going on in San Francisco might stay there, leaving players around the world without a tracker. This has made tons of players quite angry, some so much so that they're leaving the game.
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