Want to race with Stevivor in a Mario Kart tournament in Sydney on 1 November?
22 October 2012 Share

Want to race with Stevivor in a Mario Kart tournament in Sydney on 1 November?


Charles Martinet and Nintendo Australia have invited Stevivor.com and its community to take part in a Mario Kart tournament in Sydney on 1 November. If you don’t believe me, maybe you’ll believe Charles:

We’re looking for up to 9 Mario Kart-ers to represent Stevivor.com alongside Steve and Co. Do you have what it takes to race against other communities in Super Mario Kart (SNES), Mario Kart 64 (N64), Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (GameCube) and Mario Kart Wii (Wii) — not only on their original consoles, but with their original control options?

More importantly, do you want to do so for the chance to win a Nintendo 3DS XL console signed by Charles Martinet, plus a sweet looking Mario Kart trophy that’s WAY bigger than the one pictured above? You know you do!

How to apply

For starters, we’re looking for the following community members:

  1. You have to be available Thursday 1 November from 6.30 pm – 10.30 pm for an event taking place in the Sydney CBD.
  2. You have to be 18+ — sorry! Nintendo’s rules, not ours.
  3. You have to LOVE Mario Kart and be willing to race your heart out for Stevivor.com!

If you meet those guidelines, then post a comment below, either using the default or Facebook commenting system. If you use the default mode, make sure you use an email address that we can get back to you on. Spaces are obviously limited, so tell us WHY you want to be on the team in your comments. Are you the best racer that Double Dash!! has ever seen? We want to know!

Even if we don’t win, it’ll be a great chance to build our community and get to know one another… oh, and there’s food and drinks provided by Nintendo Australia. EVERYBODY WINS!

We’ll get back to selected racers ASAP to ensure you have enough time to practice and prepare. Good luck!

Steve Wright

Steve Wright

Steve Wright, aka Stevivor: A Canadian-Australian gay gaming geek, freelance journalist, sweet games blog owner, ice hockey player/fan, beer aficionado and tech trainer. Steve is proud to be the Australian iiNet TopGeek 2.0!