Thai language support now rolling out in Pokémon GO!

Thai language support now rolling out in Pokémon GO!


Whether you’re a new Trainer just starting your Pokémon adventure or an ace with years of experience, we’re all on this journey together.

To continue the celebration of four years of Pokémon GO, we’re very happy to introduce the rollout of Thai language support for Pokémon GO! Trainers with their mobile devices set to Thai will now be able to enjoy the adventure in their preferred language. Please note that not all aspects are immediately available. We will continuously work to bring the Thai language support to Pokémon GO.

This is part of our continued efforts to improve the Pokémon GO experience for Trainers around the world, so please let us know if you have any feedback through our official social media accounts and support channels.

Details on upcoming events have been published in Thai as well, so keep an eye on this blog for the latest on events, features, and news. Be sure to also follow us on Twitter and Facebook, opt in to receiving push notifications, and subscribe to our emails to stay updated.

Please be aware of your surroundings and follow guidance from local health authorities when playing Pokémon GO. Upcoming events are subject to change. For more information, be sure to check this help center article.

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