US dating company Project Fixup has launched a "Pokémon Go" match-making service, offering gamers the opportunity to find love while catching Pokemon on the wildly popular app.
The app, spotted by Business Insider, is titled "PokéDates" and aims to set up prospective partners by matching single "Pokemon Go" players together after they have answered a few questions to the PokéDates matchmaking team, then sending them on pre-arranged Pokémon hunting dates through their city.
The service coordinates the entire "Pokémon Go" date, from selecting the match to finding a time based on members' provided availability, and selecting the most convenient PokéStop or PokéGym to meet up at.
While "PokéDates" will initially only be available in the US, the app had reportedly already clocked up 2,200 new signups, with 10-15 new ones occurring every minute, within a few hours of being launched live. Project Fixup has hinted that wider roll out could take place in coming weeks and months if the service proves popular