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  • Millions watch a fish play Pokémon
  • Millions watch a fish play Pokémon
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Millions watch a fish play Pokémon

After 200 hours of gameplay, Grayson the fish has chosen his own name, gained his first Pokémon (a Charmander named AAAABBK) and defeated an opponent. Live-streamed on Twitch.tv, millions are tuning in to spectate on what could turn out to be the longest Pokémon game ever.

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