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Gaming CEO slams Singapore government over ‘Pokémon Go’ comments

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SINGAPORE — Another day, another Pokémon Go-related drama.

On Sunday, Singapore’s minister for communications and information, Yaacob Ibrahim, told reporters that he had serious concerns about the hit game and suggested that it should be closely monitored.

According to Ibrahim, the game risks having a negative impact on Singapore’s society, and it was therefore necessary that the government “study very, very carefully whatever is brought into Singapore.”

People are obviously not happy with this sentiment. Following Ibrahim’s comments, Tan Min-Liang, CEO of gaming company Razer, took to Facebook to post a lengthy rant. Read more…

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