Nintendo World Cups are held every four years in Japan, where the first World Cup was held in 1989.
It’s a global phenomenon and in 2017 the tournament reached over 200 countries around the globe.
The games are played at a variety of venues around the world, and in 2019 the world’s best teams from around the planet will compete for the title of World Champion.
This year, the world will be able to watch the games live on a range of platforms, including the Nintendo Switch.
As part of the Nintendo World Festival, which kicks off on March 15, Nintendo will be hosting live broadcasts of some of the most exciting and important games of the year.
You can watch them all here on Twitch.
It starts at 11:30am local time, and you can tune in to the Nintendo Channel, where you can watch the livestreams on demand and via the Nintendo App for the Nintendo TV Stick, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Switch 64.
You’ll also be able watch the live stream on the Nintendo 3ds and Nintendo 2DS consoles, the Nintendo GameCube, and other compatible devices.
For those looking to get a good look at the matches, Nintendo has shared some highlights that you can catch up on right here.
Here’s a look at some of our favourite highlights from the year so far:We’ve been eagerly awaiting the launch of the new Nintendo Switch in Japan.
As a part of our Switch celebration, we’ve put together a list of the top 5 Switch games that will bring the new system to life.
You have to give the Switch a shot, but we’d also like to recommend those looking for a Switch upgrade that this year’s list of Switch games might be the best you’ll find in the Switch store.
You might want to check out our article on the best Switch games for those looking just to see what we’re talking about.
We’ve also compiled a list on the Top 5 Nintendo Switch games of all time, but if you’re looking for something more specific, you’ll want to look out for the Top 10 list of games of 2017.
If you’ve missed the launch, there are plenty of Nintendo Switch exclusive deals that you might want just to get in on the action.
You should definitely check out these deals, as they’ll be making their way to your Nintendo Switch consoles on March 29.
The best part about this Nintendo Switch promotion is that they are free to play, so you don’t need to spend any real money to get started.
We’ve also got a list for you this week, featuring the best Nintendo Switch titles of 2017, so be sure to head over there to read through the reviews and watch the Nintendo stream of every game.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our coverage of the 2017 Nintendo World Championships, and we look forward to seeing you next year!