A news crew caught someone playing Mario Kart on a stadium’s big board
- KCTV, the CBS affiliate in Kansas City, Missouri, was dispatched to get aerial shots of Arrowhead Stadium, the home of the city’s professional baseball team.
- During the flyover, the crew spotted and captured images of the video game Mario Kart on the stadium’s large video board (the team calls it the “Crown Vision Board”).
- At first it wasn’t clear why the game was being shown on the screen — and social media guessed that perhaps a bored staffer was taking advantage of the giant screen to have some fun.
- However, the Royals later confirmed that the whole thing was part of a charity fundraiser.
we sent our helicopter out to get aerials of Arrowhead Stadium and on its way there it noticed a game of Mario Kart had broken out on the Crown Vision board at Kauffman Stadium?? ? pic.twitter.com/rOy0icieVi
— Tom Martin (@TomKCTV5) January 8, 2019