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How Much of the Seattle Mariners does Nintendo Own?

The Seattle Mariners are an American professional baseball team based in Seattle. They compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) West division.



In 1977, the club became a member of the American League as an expansion team, and from that year forward, it called the Kingdom its home field.

Seattle Mariners
Seattle Mariners

T-Mobile Park, which is located in the SoDo area of Seattle, has served as the home field for the Mariners since the month of July 1999.




The importance of maritime traditions in the city of Seattle is where the baseball team’s name, “Mariners,” came from. They are commonly referred to by their moniker “the M’s,” which was also a part of their primary logo from 1987 to 1992.

Prior to the 1993 season, they changed their team colors from royal blue and gold, which they had used since the beginning of the team, to navy blue, northwest green (teal), and silver. Prior to that, their team colors were royal blue and gold.

The Mariner Moose is the organization’s official mascot.

How Much of the Seattle Mariners does Nintendo Own?

Nintendo owns 10% of the Seattle Mariners. In 2016, the majority of Nintendo’s share in the Seattle Mariners was transferred to the current ownership group, First Avenue Entertainment LLLP, while the company retained a ten percent ownership position in the team.



Operating profit for Nintendo was reported at $263 million for its fiscal year, and the company has stated that it anticipates profits to more than double to $584 million in the new fiscal year. Nintendo’s North American headquarters are located in Redmond, Washington.

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