Nine existing men's world series destinations - Dubai, Cape Town, Hamilton (in New Zealand), Sydney, Vancouver, Hong Kong, Singapore, London and Paris - are set to feature again as part of the next four-year cycle, with the host location in the United States to be confirmed later.
NZR announced this morning it had gained a four-year extension of the World Rugby license to host an global sevens event - meaning Hamilton's FMG Stadium Waikato will be the venue for the tournament again in 2020.
Nine of the 10 existing men's tournaments - Vancouver, Dubai, Cape Town, Hamilton (New Zealand), Sydney, Hong Kong, Singapore, London and Paris - are set with the usa location (previously Las Vegas) to be confirmed at a later date.
Singapore, however, will not be hosting the women's event, even though the women's series has increased to eight rounds for the first time in its history.
The full men's and women's HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019-20 schedule and dates will be confirmed at a later stage in 2019.More news: Samsung keeps the dream of the under-screen camera alive
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) are looking at alternating their leg of the World Rugby Sevens Series between Hamilton and Fiji.
The 2019-20 series will also lead into the Olympic tournament in Japan, which will take place from Jul. 27 to August 1.
Fiji Rugby Union Chief Executive John O'Connor said it was an exciting time for Fiji's rugby community.
New Zealand men's sevens player Regan Ware poses for a selfie with fans at this year's Hamilton sevens tournament.
"We are working with World Rugby to establish the best format for all of our stakeholders and are confident we'll deliver another great experience for players and fans".More news: Saudi kingdom pursuing justice in Khashoggi murder, says official
That could open the door for Vancouver to host both men's and women's competitions in the future although a tournament spokesman said no decision has been made beyond the 2020 event in Langford.
Hamilton, the newest venue on the men's series having hosted its inaugural event in 2018, becomes a new combined event for both men's and women's teams.
"For the men's series, the selected hosts represent a consistent balance of long-established and newer venues, with the five host unions who joined in 2015 retaining their host status".
"Singapore is at the heart of the sevens success story and we look forward to welcoming teams and fans to Singapore over the next four years for an excellent event that will continue to grow new rugby audiences". With the newly expanded women's series, qualified teams will have more competitive playing opportunities as they prepare to participate at Tokyo 2020. "A year ago we played at the Commonwealth Games and the World Cup and and for us to grow as a team and as individuals, we need to be playing at the highest level".More news: Queen Elizabeth II will create a new Household for Meghan and Harry