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Nintendo World Championships 1990 VIP Badges, Atari 2600 Exchange Only Systems & More

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Nintendo World Championships 1990 VIP Badges

Nintendo World Championships (NWC) 1990
used SEMI-FINALIST & SEMI-FINALIST’S GUEST VIP Badges
These are my own personal VIP Badges that I got for being a Semi-Finalist at the
Minneapolis / St. Paul NWC. The Semi-Finals took place on Sunday, June 3, 1990.
(I believe that date is correct, because I remember it was the same day that Mikhail
Gorbachev visited Minneapolis / St. Paul, MN, and the freeway was closed down.)
The only way to obtain these badges was to qualify for the Semi-Finals. That meant
reaching the 7-player “stage” area, and achieving a qualifying score while on stage.
Qualifying took place Friday & Saturday, and the Semi-Finals were on Sunday night.
You needed these VIP Badges for admittance & participation at the event that night.
These have to be pretty rare. They were designed as temporary, disposable badges
to be peeled off and thrown away after use. I decided to preserve these two badges
by removing them after use, and sticking them back-to-back. They’ve held up pretty
good over all these years. I would imagine that most of them were trashed after use.
These VIP Badges are made of a tight, smooth white fabric with an adhesive backing.
The Black “X” is normal on the Semi-Finalist badge – they marked it during the start
of competition, and I’ve seen photos of others with a similar Black “X” or other mark.

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