Watch Star Trek's George Takei Learning Pokemon Go

Posted: Jul 30 2016, 1:22am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 30 2016, 2:07pm CDT, in News | Technology News

Watch Star Trek's George Takei Learning Pokemon Go
Credit: George Takei Facebook

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Famous actor George Takei plays Pokemon Go for the first time and shares his experience learning the game on Facebook Live.

George Takei, aka Hikaru Sulu from the classic Star Trek series, plays Pokemon Go wearing Pokemon shirt and a Pikachu hat. George Takei asked a friend to show him how to play Pokemon Go in New York's Central Park. His whole experience got streamed live to Facebook. Watch the below, it is very educational and entertaining.

Takei has even right away some feature suggestions for Niantic. He suggests to add more context to the PokeStops, like history.

George Takei's Pokemon Go Facebook Live video has already been watched by over 1.9 million people. Niantic needs to hire the guy as a spokes person. The 79-year-old actor is an incredible match.

The Pokemon Go game has been released on July 6 and it has been a viral hit since then. It is estimated that over 75 million people around the world have downloaded Pokemon Go.

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