Nintendo Australia sets up cameras at two EB Games stores to gather footage for an upcoming TV advertisement.
How do you fancy your skills at Mario Kart Wii? Think about that answer wisely, because Nintendo Australia is searching for people to demonstrate their abilities for a new upcoming Mario Kart Wii TV commercial.
From April 9-17 Nintendo will film people playing Mario Kart Wii at two different EB Stores on the east coast. The cameras will be rolling from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, with the hardware manufacturing giant hinting that it is specifically looking for groups of friends to be filmed.
There's no ETA on when the advertisement will be hitting television sets, but Nintendo Australia advises that participants should check the company's official website over the coming weeks to see if they made it in.
To find out which stores filming is being held at, check out the details below:
EB Games Broadway
76 - 81 Bay Street
Ultimo, New South Wales
The Nintendo Experience at EB Games
67 Swanston Street
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