Yup, a real fish. None of that Magikarp nonsense here. There is currently a stream running of a fish moving in his fish bowl and where he swims will send signals to a game of Pokemon. As of writing this, there are 21,000 people watching a fish play Pokemon. Twenty-one thousand. That’s over 9,000.
After last year’s Twitch Plays Pokemon, that had viewers all sending in key presses to control Red in a game of pokemon, the world has been craving a new way to enjoy Pokemon on Twitch. So what could be more exciting than a fish? Million dollar idea right there.