Mario Kart Tour has been out for a few days now, and people seem to be getting more and more competitive with each other. While we wait for the game’s multiplayer mode to arrive, all we can do is compete with friends to see who can score the most parts. Now, there is a way to see how you stack up against the rest of the player base.
How To Check The Mario Kart Tour World Rankings Leaderboard
To check the world rankings leaderboard, visit the All-Cup Ranking page on the official Mario Kart Tour website. You can check the first 998 players in the world, and see how you stack up against their scores.
Nintendo has left some notes there as well, to give details about the leaderboard:
- The ranking gets based on the total points for all cup during the ranking period. These ranks are different from in-game tier ranking, with results calculated and announced separately.
- Even if multiple courses are the same, if they are included in different cups, points on them in each cup will be added separately.
- Results will be calculated at approximately 15:00 UTC every day. The final results will be calculated at approximately 15:00 UTC on the last day of the tour. The timing may differ from player to player.
- Results are scheduled to be announced between approximately 05:00 UTC and 06:00 UTC every day. The final results are scheduled to be announced between 05:00 UTC and 06:00 UTC on the last day of the tour.
- The new tour’s ranking will be posted the day after the final results for the previous tour are announced.
- The ranking may not be updated or may not show the latest results due to system issues.
- Results that are thought to be improperly obtained or nicknames that do not adhere to our Code of Conduct may be excluded from the ranking, or removed without prior notice.
So there you go, now you know what you need to do to take on the rest of the world, and where to check the world rankings leaderboard for Mario Kart Tour.