Nintendo eShop Cards can be used in any country that uses the same currency as the Nintendo eShop Card.
The region where the Nintendo eShop Card is meant to be used can be found on the back of the card.
Are Nintendo eShop cards region locked?
1 Answer. The Nintendo eShop cards are region-locked. Cards from the PAL region only work in PAL consoles, and cards from Japan only work in Japanese consoles et cetera.
Which region can use Nintendo eShop?
A limited version of the Nintendo eShop is available in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Peru. Players in those eShops can redeem game download codes for software sold in those countries.
Do American eShop cards work in Europe?
Nintendo Eshop cards only work in the country you’ve bought them in unfortunately, so if you want to buy games from a different country’s eshop you’ll need that country’s eshop cards.
Can I buy a Nintendo switch game from another country?
Yes you can. The Nintendo Switch console is region unlocked. That means you can play games from other countries on a console from a different country. The Nintendo Switch doesn’t have streaming apps, it doesn’t have a virtual console, and it relies on the 3rd party hardware for online communication.
How do I make Nintendo eShop available in my country?
How to Fix Nintendo eShop in Not Currently Available in Your Country
- Set your Nintendo Switch device country. Go to Settings, then System and Select Region.
- Now open Nintendo eShop. From here, you will be asked to enter a region, select United States as your region.
- Once you’re inside the Nintendo eShop.
Is the Nintendo eShop region locked?
Your Nintendo eShop account balance does not carry over when you change the country that your Nintendo Account is set to. If a Nintendo eShop exists for your region, credit cards issued from your region will not work in a different region’s eShop.