<p>MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 17: Australian athelete Jared Tallent receives his Olympic gold medal at the Old Treasury Building on June 17, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. Tallent today received his gold medal for the 50km Walk at the London 2012 Olympic Games after Russian race winner Sergey Kirdyapkin was stripped of the medal for testing positive to banned substances. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)</p>
Olympians can now go for their "Pokemon Go" medals.
The hit, augmented reality game, in which players roam around the real-life world to collect virtual monsters and medals, became available in Brazil late Wednesday.
There had been much disappointment among those at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic games that they could not play the "Pokemon Go" game.
But now the Pokemon creatures are popping up everywhere.
Some 30 nations already have the game from U.S. technology company Niantic, which uses characters created by Japanese video game maker The Pokemon Co.
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