Is The ‘Pokemon GO’ Craze DYING Down?

JAPAN -- Are you tired of hearing about Pokemon GO?

For weeks now you couldn't avoid stories about it. If you're sick of it this may be the beginning of the end for this craze.
But first, a story out of Japan where it was literally the "game over" for someone. The country where Pokemon was born has officially witnessed their own "Death by Pokemon" experience.

A distracted driver was so focused on "catching 'em  all" he didn't catch a glimpse of what was in front of him. Police say 39-year-old Keiji Goo was on the "go" before he ran over two women. One died instantly and the other was injured. No word on what charges the driver may face.

Now, back to why these Pokemon GO stories could be dying down.

Bloomberg is reporting that the number of daily users has dropped from 40 million to 30 million over the past month.

We're going to take a wild guess here and say those ten million users are probably back in school with some real work to take up their time.

Sorry kids, time to focus on math instead adding up your Pikachus .