The augmented reality game Pokémon GO  has earned more than $200 million in net revenue since it launched in July.  Avid Pokémon GO players have chased cartoon monsters onto private property, cemeteries and national monuments….and here come the lawsuits.

A New Jersey resident is seeking a class-action suit against Niantic and Nintendo on behalf of all Americans whose properties have been trespassed upon by Pokémon GO players.

As augmented reality games grow in popularity, developers need enhanced CGL policies and E&O coverage that responds to bodily injury, property damage and trespass.

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