Yes, Pokemon Go banning by Niantic is real!
Here is a list of Pokemon we captured after catching Pokemon casually one week after it’s launch here in the Philippines. Around level 4, our highest Pokemon at this time was a mere Grimer.
A week has pass and we heard stories of GPS Spoofing softwares, bots, and emulators for Pokemon Go so we got on our computers and did our research. We found a software and around 4 hours of falsifying our location, farming Poke Stops, with automatic Pokemon transfers, incubating eggs and disposal of items. We arrived with the following Pokemons at around level 14.
Already capable of defeating low level Pokemon Gyms. We decided to continue our cruel ways and got to level 20 as a trainer at around 6 hours of casual botting, with Pokemons that includes a high level Lapras via hatching an egg, a Vaporeon, and a few more high-level CP pokemons. We farmed good Poke Stop locations such as Eastwood, Chinatown/ Binondo, SM Mall of Asia, the Ortigas area and BGC High Street, so leveling up was a breeze.
By the fourth day. We tried the bot solution again but was unable to proceed and see our player progress. We initially thought that it was because of the bad internet connection but digging deeper and even trying the app, we gave up and concluded that we have been banned from Pokemon Go.
Here is the Pokemon Go Bot software. The player progress does not show up anymore, and you could no longer activate Ash on the map which should be going around google maps constantly farming Poke Stop coordinates. Below the software UI is an image that prompts when trying to log in to the Pokemon Go app.
It’s been two days since we got banned, and we don’t think that we will be able to play Pokemon Go anymore. So for all Pokemon Go cheaters, be worried, and stop cheating. Banning is real!