The numbers don’t lie, and the trend of Team Mystic being the weakest and Team Valor being the strongest also applies to Singaporean Pokemon Go players. The average level of a Team Mystic Pokemon Go-er in Singapore is just 14, which suggests these players haven’t spent much time gaming – or, perhaps they’re just not that good. Meanwhile, the average level of Singaporean Team Valor member is Level 23 – far more respectable. Team Instinct is once again in the middle, with an average level of 21.
The data file also has info on how many types of Pokemon each team has caught, on average. No surprises here: Valor is top in Singapore again, with an average of 72 varieties of Pokemon in their collections. Team Instinct hasn’t done too badly, with an average of 65. But spare a thought for those Team Mystic fans – they’re lagging behind with a Singaporean average of just 42.
One final piece of interesting data from the leak involves the frequency of players suspected of cheating while playing Pokemon Go, which is determined by the number of times the server detects suspicious activity (which could be caused by players using GPS hacks and similar tricks to cheat). Guess which Singaporean team has the most ‘cheating’ players? I’ll give you a hint, it starts with “M” and rhymes with “Piss-stick”. That’s right, it’s Team Mystic! It doesn’t seem that their cheating has helped them much though, given their average results so far!
Source : isthatlegit.com