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Mario Kart Tour

According to a new report from Sensor Tower, Mario Kart Tour has surpassed 200 million downloads worldwide. The mobile title has also earned $200 million in player spending.

Other highlights from Sensor Tower include:

Nintendo has prepared a trailer for the new Sydney Tour in Mario Kart Tour, which just went live today. View the video below.

Mario Kart Tour is currently available on iOS and Android devices.

The Sydney Tour will be the next major event in Mario Kart Tour, Nintendo has announced. A new city course will be introduced as part of it.

Mario Kart Tour is currently hosting the Ninja Tour, which should wrap up on April 20. The Sydney Tour should start right after. Expect a trailer from Nintendo next week, and we’ll share it here on the site.


Mario Kart Tour has received a new update (2.9.0), and it adjusts the rules for Kart Pro. It also brings slight changes to the Lightning and Spiny Shell items in single player mode.

The update is around 90MB and can now be downloaded on iOS and Android devices. The full patch notes are included below:

The Ninja Tour is now available in Mario Kart Tour and will run until April 21st. A Ninja Pipe with Shy Guy (Ninja), Jade Hop Rod, and Ninja Scroll Glider is also available until the end of the event along with daily login bonuses. The freebies don’t stop there, though, as a successful Photo Sharing event also nets players with a bonus of 15,000 coins.

Check out the latest tour trailer here:

Mario Kart Tour is gearing up for its next major event. Nintendo will soon be hosting the Ninja Tour, which features the new course Ninja Hideway.

Yoshi Tour is currently running in Mario Kart Tour, though that’s set to end on April 6. Ninja Tour should start up right after. Nintendo will likely be sharing a trailer early next week, which we’ll post on the site once it’s live.


The Yoshi Tour will be kicking off in Mario Kart Tour. Check out the latest trailer showing off a white Yoshi and a never-bef0re-seen black Birdo — both of which look incredibly dapper for a spring season Tour. You can catch the trailer here:

Mario is once more in the spotlight, with Mario (Racing) and B Dasher Mk. 2 making their debut in Mario Kart Tour. With today being Mario Day, the newest Tour is definitely celebrating as best it can. Will you be testing your luck in the Warp Pipes to pull Mario (Racing) or the new B Dasher Mk. 2 Kart? Check out the video below to see them in action:

Mario Kart Tour will soon be ushering its next event. Nintendo is planning the Mario Tour, which will feature the Tokyo Blur 4 – a brand-new variant of the existing Tokyo-based course.

The current event, the Snow Tour, ends on March 9. Expect the Mario Tour to begin right after that.


Nintendo has released a trailer for the new Snow Tour event in Mario Kart Tour. Get a look at the video below.