This article originally appeared on ABACUS Nintendo is still trying to bring more games to China. A Chinese media outlet found that the company has filed a trademark for Mario Tennis Aces in China, which appeared on the website for China’s Trademark Office of National Intellectual Property Administration. The trademark was filed on February 18, but it still hasn’t been processed, so no details are available to the public. Mario Tennis Aces is one of several games Tencent and Nintendo promised to bring to the official Chinese Switch when the console was launched in the country in December. Nintendo says it’s “actively preparing” other promised games, including The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Party. But so far, the only game officially available on the Chinese Switch remains the New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, as other games still haven’t been licensed by Chinese authorities. The Chinese version of the Switch is off to a bumpy start in the country. Since it was launched, the coronavirus outbreak has upended supply chains and resulted in delayed Switch shipments worldwide. Nintendo announced on Chinese social media accounts for the Switch today that it’s extending its one-year warranty for the console for another six months in China because the coronavirus outbreak has affected sales, logistics, delivery, promotion and user experience. But the people in the comments mostly just wanted to know when they’d get more official local games. Purchase the China AI Report 2020 brought to you by SCMP Research and enjoy a 20% discount (original price US$400). This 60-page all new intelligence report gives you first-hand insights and analysis into the latest industry developments and intelligence about China AI. Get exclusive access to our webinars for continuous learning, and interact with China AI executives in live Q&A. Offer valid until 31 March 2020.