Update: New details have emerged on Best Buy’s Nintendo World Championships webpage. Registration will be limited to the first 750 participants per store according to the fine print on the bottom of Best Buy’s rule page for the competition. The official registration form is also available to download and print now.
Nintendo has released details this morning on how future champions can qualify to compete in the Nintendo World Championships 2015 in Los Angeles this June.
From the statement:
Nintendo has chosen eight Best Buy locations across the country to host qualifying events on May 30 for the upcoming Nintendo World Championships 2015. Nintendo invites video game fans of all skill levels who are United States residents ages 13 and up to take part in the qualifying events for a chance to compete in the Nintendo World Championships 2015 on June 14 in Los Angeles during the week of the E3 video game trade show.
The qualifying competition will feature the Championship mode of the Ultimate NES Remix game for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. In this mode, players will take on a series of three score-based challenges in Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3 and Dr. Mario. Games and systems will be provided at each location, although Ultimate NES Remix is available now in stores and in the Nintendo eShop for anyone who wants to start practicing for the competition. The top scorer from each of the eight regional competitions will move on to the final event in Los Angeles, which will be a multi-round competition with a variety of Nintendo games. An additional eight competitors selected by Nintendo will also compete in the Nintendo World Championships 2015. Nintendo will reveal these competitors in the near future.
The qualifying events will take place from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time at Best Buy stores at the following locations:
For more information about the Nintendo World Championships 2015, including the Official Rules for the qualifying events, visit http://e3.nintendo.com/.Leave a Comment