By 2020, most of the world will be watching the Games, with the opening ceremony at the Games in Rio de Janeiro scheduled for August.
The games are also slated to take place in South Korea, China, and the United States.
The Games will take place between June and August 2020, and will be held in the summer and fall of each year.
The opening ceremony will be in 2020, followed by the Closing Ceremony in 2021.
The 2022 games are being billed as the most ambitious Olympic Games ever.
They are scheduled to run from June to September and include six games in total.
That makes it the most lucrative sporting event in history, and according to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the games will bring in a total of $1.5 trillion.
The 2020 games will take over the entire stadium and cost an estimated $1 billion, while 2022 is slated to be about the same.
The event’s organizers, the International Federation of Athletics Federations (Fédération Internationale de Athletics (FIBA), are aiming for a record-breaking $2.1 billion for the event.
The organizers of the games are hoping to have the event finished by 2024.
They hope that by then, the games have become more global and will become a major tourist attraction.
According to the IOC, the 2020 Games will have an average attendance of 3.6 million, while the 2022 games will attract an average of 4.2 million people.
The 2020 Games also have a record for the largest number of foreign athletes, with 626 athletes from around the world, representing 25 nations.
The 2018 Summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro will be the first Olympics to take part in the Games.
It will also be the second Olympic Games to be held outside of the former Soviet Union.