Trainers. We’ve got a particularly critical piece of information to share with you today about the Go Battle League exploit, thanks to the efforts of PokeAK.
PokeAK deserves full credit for being the first to bring this significant exploit to light within the Pokémon GO community. This exploit compromises the integrity of the game by providing players with an unfair advantage. It involves the use of a Discord bot capable of reading a player’s entire team of Pokémon, including their movesets.
The Discord bot not only identifies the types and CP of the Pokémon on the player’s team but also their Fast and Charged Attacks. As players enter battle, all of this information is displayed. It even goes a step further by revealing the timing and type of Charged Moves used during combat.
While it seems that Niantic and the Pokémon GO team have managed to limit the amount of coverage this exploit receives by content creators, PokeAK remains steadfast. He continues to probe and reveal more details about the exploit, upholding the values of transparency and fairness in the Pokémon GO community.
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— Poke AK (@pokeAK101) September 20, 2023
We fully support PokeAK’s commitment to bringing these issues to light, and we encourage you to stay with us for the latest updates on this important subject.
This exploit poses a serious threat to the balance and fairness of Go Battle League, and we applaud PokeAK for his courage and persistence in exposing it. Stay alert, Trainers, and continue to seek the truth as we bring you the latest in Pokémon GO news.