Published on May 27th, 2021 | by Adrian Gunning

Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game | Go for Gold

In celebration of the upcoming Olympic Games this winter, SEGA of America announced that Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game™ will launch worldwide on 22nd June 2021 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Featuring 18 fun-fueled Olympic events, a robust Avatar Creator and local and online play for up to 8 players, Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 offers aspiring Olympians of all ages a chance to pursue their own Olympic dreams at home or online.

The Olympic Games are a unifying symbol of sportsmanship and competition for athletes and fans throughout the world,” said Ian Curran, President & COO at SEGA of America. “Tokyo 2020 channels that positive spirit into a fun, arcade-style experience for friends and family to play together as we all look forward to the start of the Olympic Games this Summer.”

Go faster, higher, stronger in 18 different solo or multiplayer Olympic events:

  • 100m
  • 4x100m Relay
  • 110m Hurdles
  • Hammer Throw
  • Long Jump
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Beach Volleyball
  • BMX (Cycling)
  • Boxing
  • Judo
  • Rugby Sevens
  • Football (Soccer)
  • 100m Freestyle (Swimming)
  • 200m Individual Medley (Swimming)
  • Sport Climbing
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis

Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 also features a comprehensive Avatar Creator for gamers to create the Olympic athlete of their dreams! More than 100 different colourful wardrobe options are available to choose from, from traditional country kits to more imaginative outfits like pirate and astronaut costumes. 8-player multiplayer, ranked games and global leaderboards offer plenty of options for aspiring Olympians to compete online together in their quest for gold.


Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game will be available at Australian retailers on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, 22nd June 2021.

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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