Players in New Zealand are more engaged and invested than ever in Pokemon GO.
Ad tech company Qriously surveyed 1,178 peopled aged 13+ in New Zealand over the first weekend of August 2016 about their playing habits.
Comparing the results to its previous survey in July 2016, the survey found that 68% of the players who had tried the game initially are still playing it.
Engagement has actually increased, with 39% of remaining players playing the game five times or more a day, an increase of 13% over July's survey.
Paying and playing
In-game app spending has increased too, with 30% of respondents saying they had made a purchase. This compares to 17% in July.
Players are spending more money in-game too, with the proportion of high spenders nearly doubling.
You can see the full results of Qriously's survey on its blog.