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Watch Pokemon Go videos all day, every day

YouTube video aggregator Cornflix TV dedicates a channel solely to Pokemon Go-related content, and we're sure someone out there is super excited.

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Is your finger getting tired of flicking all of those Pokeballs in the seemingly never-ending quest to "catch them all"? Now you can get all your Pokemon Go fun without having to move a muscle.

Cornflix TV, a curator of viral and attention-grabbing YouTube content, has launched an unofficial 24-hour Pokemon Go fan channel for those who are too tired to keep playing -- or just can't get enough.

The reel of videos is just one of many outgrowths of the wildly popular Pokemon Go, which has already surpassed 75 million downloads, according to Sensor Tower, a mobile-app analytics firm.

The channel -- which calls itself the world's first global TV channel dedicated to all things Pokemon Go -- includes videos on everything from how to most efficiently evolve a Pikachu into a Raichu, to vlogs about gamers and their Pokemon Go adventures, to clips of the struggles of finding the elusive Abrakadabra.

Cornflix TV also hosts channels dedicated to Ellen Degeneres, TED talks, #Brexit, and "People Are Awesome" (that one's pretty self-explanatory -- it shows videos of people being "awesome").