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Nintendo has announced that the Summer Tour will soon be starting up in Mario Kart Tour. It will feature the Cheep-Cheep Island course, which first appeared on GBA.

Mario Kart Tour will end its current event, the Paris Tour, on June 29. Look for the Summer Tour to begin then.


The latest Mario Kart Tour has arrived, the Paris Tour. Check out the new Parisian themed karts and characters in this new trailer.

With the Wedding Tour just about to finish in Mario Kart Tour, Nintendo is gearing up for the game’s next event. Players will soon be able to participate in the Paris Tour.

The current event ends on June 15, so expect Paris Tour to begin then. This was previously held by Nintendo back in November 2019.

Mario Kart Tour is currently available on iOS and Android.


Mario Kart Tour’s next event is the Wedding Tour. A smartly-dressed Tuxedo Mario will be available, alongside a very sharp and shiny Grand Badwagon kart. Check out the trailer below to get a glimpse at what’s to come:


As the current Tour closes, the Trick Tour, players can look forward to the next upcoming event in Mario Kart Tour.

The Wedding Tour has been announced for Mario Kart Tour, and is expected to go live around June 2, when the Trick Tour officially ends. Nintendo generally precedes a new Tour with a corresponding trailer, and we will share it on the site when it is released.


The latest update for Mario Kart Tour is now available. Version 2.9.1 is live, which includes preparations for for Today’s Challenge as well as the gift players will receive when continuing Gold Pass subscriptions.

Below are the full patch notes:

The Trick Tour begins today in Mario Kart Tour. All courses in the Tour are trick courses, where players can rack up as many points as possible. Check out the trailer below to preview the new tour:

Early next week, the Bowser vs. DK Tour will be wrapping up in Mario Kart Tour. That means it’s time to start thinking about the mobile game’s next major event.

Players can look forward to the the Trick Tour, in which all courses are Trick courses. It should go live on May 18 / May 19 – when the Bowser vs. DK Tour event is finished. Nintendo should be releasing a trailer around that time, which we’ll be sure to share on the site.


The Bowser vs. DK Tour is now available in Mario Kart Tour. Players can choose to race in honor of either Bowser or DK, earning coins for their team. Teams can only be chosen once, and cannot be swapped out so choose wisely. Check out the trailer below to get a glimpse of the event:

Mario Kart Tour has announced a Team Rally Tour pitting fans of Donkey Kong and Bowser against each other. The new tour starts May 5. Check out the new trailers below.