The chief executive for Niantic, the game's developer, said the company will one day let businesses pay to become a sponsored location in the game — so there's a good chance it will also allow businesses to request that a PokéStop be moved.
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To mark all these PokéStops, Yelp is turning to the crowd. Instead of pulling data from the game, it's asking users if the location was a PokéStop when they check that they went there.
And because apparently everyone, including the presidential candidates, are in on "Pokémon Go," Yelp claims it has already marked thousands of PokéStops.
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