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Pokemon spawns stopped

ATsublu-PGOATsublu-PGO Posts: 1 ✭✭
edited July 3 in Report a Bug

Hello, I am resident and a pokemon player with residency located at 'The Promenade at The Perry Hotel & Marina'. Wanted to report that we used to have pokemon spawining in our area. We noticed that shortly after christmas arround the time kecleon debuted for the first time, the location no longer has pokemon wild spawns. The only way we can see any is if we burn lures or insence. We (as an me and other players) traced the vacancy and noticed that it is just on the property of the marina. As soon as we go out of the property or take a boat to the water entrance we can see wild spawns. I contacted the marina managements but they dont know why this has happened. Location is 24.56432250797757, -81.73848877751502. This is a public comerical property with hotel, two pools, two bars, ship store, coffee shop and art gallery to list a few and people who play pokemon and are residents on Coconut Row. We are missing out on spotlight hour, community days and special events. Please help!

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  • HankWolfman-PGOHankWolfman-PGO Posts: 4,308 ✭✭✭✭✭

    This is not a Wayfarer issue, it's a Pokémon Go issue. You need to contact Pokémon Go support through the in game support chat or contact @NianticHelp on Twitter about it.

    It's likely that Niantic's Open Street Map data has a tag on the marina that prevents spawns. They rarely update this data, but in some instances where it has caused the game to be unplayable when it shouldn't be, they have been known to force another update to the affected area.

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