Montreal Is Hosting A Nintendo Mario Kart Tournament On An IMAX Screen

The summer event you will not want to miss out on.
Montreal Is Hosting A Nintendo Mario Kart Tournament On An IMAX Screen
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We knew this was coming however we didn't have the exact details just yet, but it looks like this is actually happening! The Montreal Science Centre will actually be having a Mario Kart competition on an IMAX screen.

So for anyone who's ever seen one of those videos where people rent out movie theaters to play video games, you'll be happy to know that all of that will pale in comparison to what you are about to experience. Don't get me wrong, a theater screen is pretty big, but an IMAX screen is colossal!

The event takes place June 4th at the Montreal Science Centre in the Old Port. It's all part of the Game On exhibition which celebrates the the history of vintage video games. The exhibit will be open from 6pm to midnight and at 10pm the Mario Kart tournament starts.The event is 18 and over and entrance costs $25.

Tickets are limited and they'll be going quickly, click here to get yours now.

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