Pokemon Go: Singaporean company ready to pay you for playing the game!

Singaporean social marketplace Funzing announced the "first ever Pokémon job in the world".

Singaporean social marketplace Funzing announced that it is looking for a Pokemon master claiming it to be the "first ever Pokémon job in the world".

The company made this announcement on its Facebook Page which indicates that the selected candidates will get paid to play Pokemon Go, the new popular augmented reality game.

According to the advertisement, the job responsibilities include catching Pokemon, training others on a daily basis, teaching secrets and tips, and hosting lure parties, walks, raves and experiences.

Funzing.com said a number of users approached the site, asking for "quirky and quality Pokemon Go experiences" in London and Singapore and they finally came up with this job.

"We're looking for a Pokemon Pro to train others through the site, teach them secrets of playing and catching Pokemon under pressure, in a set of events we will be hosting with him through the platform," Yaron Saghiv, head of marketing atFunzing.com told Mirror Online.

The company is offering 3 months of pay for this job. However, they have not disclosed the salary yet.

Meanwhile, Pokemon Go fans in Singapore have fanned out across the nation in search of their hidden pocket monsters and to take control of "gyms" which are real-life locations throughout the real world.

A number of "pokestops" and lures are scattered across various locations in the country. It can be said that Singapore is in a state of frenzy after the mobile game was launched there on August 6.

The Muslim Converts' Association of Singapore has one pokestop at its compound in Joo Chiat and Pokemon players are seen gathering there to catch Pokemon characters.

On Sunday, the association posted an advisory on Facebook reminding players "to maintain our building cleanliness and sanctity while you are here ... (and) to reduce noise as we do have classes and other religious activities going on throughout the day".

The Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery is the home to a number of pokestops and a Pokemon GO gym. Hence, an increase in the number of visitors, mainly players was noticed there.

The National Gallery Singapore was not excluded from the list of Pokemon players. The gallery put up signs telling its visitors that "unpleasant and uncooperative" Pokemon Go trainers would be removed from its premises.

But on its Instagram feed, the gallery added: "Do remember to tag us if you caught any Pokemon Go at our gallery.

Other tourist places are also planning to set firm parameters for avid Pokemon Go players for safety as well as security.