Over the weekend, Nintendo held its first competitive tournament for the surprise battle royale hit Tetris 99. The Tetris 99 Maximus Cup ran from March 8th until March 10th, and participants were tasked with playing — and winning — as many games as possible over that short span. Points were awarded only for first-place wins, but there’s no singular winner for the event. Instead, 999 winners will each get 999 My Nintendo Gold Points, which is equivalent to $10.
I have a group of friends who are all playing Tetris 99. We pile into a Discord server and ignore each other while we’re wrapped up in the intense moments of battle. Among the group, I’m the top player. Unfortunately, this has given me a false sense of confidence and the thought…
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Author: Nicole Carpenter