Hosting the Olympics sets a nation back a pretty penny, and this year Japan is on the hook for about $20 billion. Caleb Silver, the Editor-in-Chief at Investopedia, joined Cheddar to provide some insight into what costs cities rack up putting on the games and how money is allocated. He also talked about how countries benefit from hosting the games when it comes to tourism, but he noted that the games aren’t the attraction they once were making it harder for cities to recoup their investment. Silver also addressed the likelihood of Tokyo canceling with COVID concerns rising.