Mario Tennis Aces will be getting an online tournament demo

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From 06/01 (starting at 6:00PM PDT) through 06/03 (11:59PM PDT), players will be able to play a demo of Mario Tennis Aces on their Nintendo Switch console.

To access the tournament, just download the free software from Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch between May 24 and the start of the tournament.

We'll keep you posted as to whether or not this online tournament will be coming to the United States, but for now, head down to the comments section and let us know if you're excited for Mario Tennis Aces!

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Five secret unlockable characters will also be available by gaining points in the beta tournament and advancing through the online stages.

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Mario Tennis Aces is out next month on Nintendo Switch, and the game is shaping up to be one of the most exciting Nintendo sports games to release in years.

What do you think of the story mode in Mario Tennis Aces? Players will be able to compete against other people online. In Swing Mode, players can use their Joy-Con controllers like a tennis racket, swinging them to initiate the tennis swings in the game.

All participants will unlock a Classic Mario outfit for the final game assuming the save data for the demo is kept. Everyone that participates in the event will unlock Mario's iconic blue overalls in the full version of the game.

The Mario Tennis series is about to faithfully revived in Mario Tennis Aces.

It is a follow-up to the 2015 "Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash" for the Wii U. The upcoming Ninetndo Switch title will also be the very first tennis-based "Super Mario" game to feature a single-player story mode since 2005's "Mario Tennis: Power Tour" for the Game Boy Advance.

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