Millions of “Pokémon GO” players use unofficial maps, GPS spoofing, bots, and other hacks to advance in the game.
The company behind “Pokémon GO,” Niantic, has not addressed the case or how it plans to stop cheaters.
Niantic CEO John Hanke recently told Forbes that sites like PokéVision and Poké Radar may be shut down in the future. They violate the terms of the game of service by scratching data from the game’s servers to see exactly where (and for how long) certain creatures spawn on a map.
YL and the two other people behind PokéVision, JR and SL, have been fans of the Pokémon franchise since they were born in the 90s. He said they created PokéVision to make the game more fun to play, do not encourage cheating.
“We’re here to complete the game, not to make it easier,” he said.
It seems that currently the PokéVision site no longer works, but AstuceTech has been able to find a few alternative sites for you to PokéVision, that said, we cannot guarantee that it will last.