Talk:List of sponsors debuting in Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

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Vanilla Lake, Kamek Book Store, Dino Dino ??? Camping Goods?[edit]

Should these be added? they're all found in Coconut Mall in the Booster Course Pass. Also I'm not sure if the sign actually reads "Vanilla Lake" or "Vanilla Lace" since the vertical line that should be in the K is seemingly absent, also the Dino Dino Camping Goods sign has a word before Camping that we can't see, I'm assuming it's "Jungle" so the full name is "Dino Dino Jungle Camping Goods". but as for Kamek's Book Store, what do you guys think? should it be added now or should we wait for the course to release? RSM, hoping to make amends soon. 12:17, March 10, 2022 (EST)

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Booster Course Pass Sponsors[edit]

Can You add the Sponsors found in the courses in the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Booster Course Pass? MarioGamer119. 8:33, March 19, 2022 (EST)

Should we even actually include the Booster Course Pass sponsors on this particular page?[edit]

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I know that they're mostly here instead of the Tour sponsors list because they technically appeared in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe first, but it causes a few weird things here or there.

For instance, the "Racer's Beverage" advertisements mark their first course appearance in the Tour/BCP version of Coconut Mall, but unlike the other brands introduced in that particular version of the course, they're listed on the Tour sponsors list instead, because the badges for Racer's Beverage came in Tour before that.

Wouldn't it be better and more consistent if we made a list for sponsors debuting in the Booster Course Pass, or even move the BCP sponsors to the Tour list and make it about sponsors from both entities? I think it's pretty evident at this point that the BCP courses were initially made for Tour and remastered for 8 Deluxe, or at least made for each other around the same time. Additionally, courses like Ninja Hideaway and Merry Mountain definitely debuted in Tour first, but are regarded as new courses in the BCP, and there's evidence that courses like Sky-High Sundae and Yoshi's Island were supposed to be made for Tour despite appearing in the BCP first. So I think it's of a better interest to have the BCP sponsors to be part of Tour's list instead of 8's list. ArendLogoTransparent.pngrend (talk) (edits) 12:07, March 3, 2023 (EST)