More than 40,000 athletes from around the world are set to compete in the America’s Cups, which will be held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway next month.
But a condition of the tournament means that the athletes will be forced to return home after playing two matches on Sunday, including one on Sunday night in the final match of the quarterfinal.
The conditions also mean that no players will be allowed to leave the United States to play another game in the next 24 hours.
Athletes from all over the world will be competing in the quarterfinals, with the top three finishers advancing to the final.
The tournament is a chance for the best athletes from all around the globe to earn the $1 billion prize money.
The U.S. is also hosting the Olympics in 2020, but it is not expected to be as close to the top of the medal table.
“This is the first time that all the athletes are going to be able to compete,” said Bob Williams, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees president.
“It is going to make the sport more attractive to more people.”
The conditions for the semifinals are the same as the first round.
Williams told reporters he expects the semifinals to be played in front of about 70,000 spectators.
The top two finishers in each round of the round will advance to the quarter-finals.