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"Browsing, swiping, messaging back-and-forth starts as fun and exciting and turns into a huge time-suck," said Korenevsky.
"PokéDates and Project Fixup give people their time back and turns online dating into offline dating." That's their strap-line anyway, and only a pedant would point out that if you're playing a video game on your smartphone during a date, it's not really offline dating.
In the past, the company has organized themed dates such as bike rides and wine tasting sessions, and says that finding common ground via a video game is hardly a stretch.
There's no cost to sign up and users' first PokéDate is free (with promo code "POKEDATES2016").
However, all meetings after that will cost , which is pretty steep.
Project Fixup's "Chief Fixup Officer" Dank Korenevsky claimed in a press statement that the service will save applicants time by finding their perfect partner — well as the best pokéstop to meet at.
We all saw this coming but were powerless to stop it: the world's first Pokémon Go dating service has launched and its name is PokéDates. You sign up on PokéDates' website, answer a few questions about what you're looking for in a partner, and then fill in a schedule of when you're free to go roaming for pokémon.
PokéDates then pairs up applicants, and sends both parties a time and location (near a pokéstop or gym) to meet up and start playing Pokémon Go.
(Though I'm sure that no one using the service will care about that, and rightly so.) Still, spare a thought for all those dates who are about to suffer a barrage of pokémon-themed come-ons.
It's only a shame that Pokémon Go doesn't offer users an Escape Rope.