Several dedicated servers for Pokemon Go have been spotted in the Asia Pacific region, indicating that the game may be released soon. In an usual twist, there does not appear to be any servers set up in Malaysia.
Speculation is rife that Pokemon Go will begin officially launching in Asia with Japan; although that has apparently been delayed due to server load concerns. Niantic has faced severe problems at launch day in every country that it has launched Pokemon Go.
The addition of extra servers in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, and Thailand should help with any extra strain that may occur when the game launches in this region. It also brings the number of operational Pokemon Go servers around the world to 44.
Niantic is still not saying when it will be launching Pokemon Go in Asia; despite the fact that the franchise originated in Japan. Naturally, the presence of servers in this region indicates an impending launch; which is in line with the original promise that the game will be fully deployed by the end of July.
[Source: Pokemon Go Hub]