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13 October 2017, 12:01 | Glen Norman
Niantic is hosting a 'Pokémon Go' AR photography contest
Pokemon Go was reportedly used by Russian agents trying to interfere with the United States election.
In one of the most absurd twists yet in the investigation into Russia-aligned election meddling, CNNreports that Kremlin-linked actors may have tried to use the hype around the augmented-reality app to inflame racial divisions.
The campaign is said to be tied to agents in Russian Federation, and reportedly used services like Facebook and Twitter to exploit racial tensions in the US.
It isn't clear if anyone actually entered the contest, or if any of the promised prizes were awarded, according to CNN.
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As Niantic explains, there is no way to message or communicate with one another within the Pokemon Go app. The campaign offered players Amazon gift cards as rewards. Then you'll be thrilled to know that Niantic just launched a fun Pokémon Go AR Contest which challenges trainers to snap epic AR phones while trying to catch Pokémons in stunning locations.
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