PokeDates Is Now A Thing And It's Exactly What It Sounds Like It Is

Catching 'em All

Catching 'em All

We don't even know where to start if you aren't familiar with the whole Pokemon Go revolution. In fact, if you don't know what it's about then we suggest you get back in your time machine and enjoy the month of June, 2016.

Since it was first released in Australia, US, and NZ, on July 6, it's gone absolutely berserk!

Let's be honest, it was only a matter of time before somebody took advantage of the potential to use it as a dating app...

 

The Days Of Tinder

The Days Of Tinder

Could the days of Tinder be over? If current trends continue, there's at least a fair chance of that. Pokemon Go's growth is ridiculous, and the app is being used more than Snapchat, Facebook...and Tinder of course.

But how does it work?

PokéDates

PokéDates

It works exactly how you think it does.

The New York Daily News reported that PokéDates is the work of dating site Project Fixup, and will arrange dates featuring tow "trainers" who meet up at PokeStops or Gyms.

 

Any Old Trainer

Any Old Trainer

Of course, there's got to be a bit more to it than that - the app isn't just going to line you up with someone who happens to be roaming around the same neighborhood as you.

There's a questionnaire for you to fill out too, with the hopes of finding you the best match!

“POKEDATES2016"

“POKEDATES2016"

POKEDATES2016 - is the promo code you must enter to be able to use the PokeDates for free while the offer lasts, after which time it's going to cost you....you can, however, get free dates by referring other people.

“Project Fixup is known for creating tailored dates that enable people with similar interests to do something fun together in the real world,” said CEO Sarah Press in a statement.

“As soon as Pokemon Go launched, we knew it was a perfect fit for our users; Pokemon Go enthusiasts and new members alike.”