Mario Kart Tour, which will bring the Nintendo racing franchise to mobile, has opened registrations for its closed beta.
Mario Kart fans who would be interested in joining the closed beta testing may sign up through the QR code on the game’s official website. However, sending in an application does not guarantee a spot in the closed beta test, as there are only a limited number of slots.
The number of applications will likely exceed the number of possible participants, Nintendo will be randomly selecting who will get the first peek at Mario Kart Tour.
The application period runs until May 7, while the beta test will last for two weeks from May 22 to June 4. The program is only open to the U.S. and Japan, and applicants should have their Nintendo Account linked to a Gmail account.
The game will be released for iOS, but only Android device owners will be able to join the closed beta.
A report from last year claimed that Mario Kart Tour, will follow the same controversial model seen in Super Mario Run, the game was a “free-to-start” game, as it starts as a free download, but players had to pay after the first world to continue.