Pokémon GO, the popular augmented reality game, has taken the world by storm. The app uses your phone's GPS to track your location and create a real-world map of where you are in the game. This feature allows players to find and catch Pokémon in their own neighborhoods.
However, some players have found ways to cheat the system by spoofing their location. Spoofing is when a player tricks the app into thinking they are somewhere they're not. This can be done by using a GPS spoofing app or by changing your phone's GPS settings.
Spoofing can be used to get around obstacles in the game or to catch Pokémon that would otherwise be inaccessible. However, it can also lead to bans from Niantic, the company that created Pokémon GO.