The Pokémon GO trading card company stopped trading its game after it had a $5 million funding round

The Pokémon Go trading card game has stopped trading cards after a $10 million funding raise led to the company shutting down the game.

The Pokémon GO card trading company announced it was shutting down its business on Thursday, and the company said it would suspend trading cards for three days after a new round of funding was raised.

The Pokémon Trading Company announced in a blog post that the company has been operating under a “strategic partnership” with the Nintendo Switch virtual reality headset company Oculus VR.

Nintendo, which also operates the Pokémon GO game, announced it would be bringing the game to the Nintendo 3DS family of systems in Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.

The company also announced that it will be adding a new Pokémon trading card to the Pokémon Trading Card Game app in the future.

Pokémon GO was released last summer and launched to limited success in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia.