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Fiction Foundry Olympics 
Genre: Sports 
Creator: Chaossy 
Writer: Chaossy (main writer) 
Director: Chaossy 
Opening theme: FFO theme 
End theme: FFO theme 
Number of seasons: 2 (5 ordered) 
Number of episodes: 32 
Executive producer: Chaossy 
Production Company: RaGE Animation
RaGE Game x RaGE Sports
Production I.G. (post production)
Curiousgorge66 Studios (distribution) 
Runtime: 30 minutes to 3 hours 30 minutes 
Original Channel: Nicktoons Family (2015-present)
Nickelodeon Family (2015-present)
RaGE (2015-present) 
Picture format: 1080i 
First run: December 9th, 2015-present 
First aired: December 9th, 2015

The Fiction Foundry Olympics are a multi-sport event occurring twice a year. Medals are awarded in each event, with gold medals for first place, silver for second and bronze for third. The first FFO will be held in December 2015. The whole event is animated and broadcasted like an actual Olympic Games. The winners are decided by a group of 5 people.


The pitch for the show was approved in September 2014, and was quickly in production by the end of October 2014.


Production usually lasts 34 weeks. Winter I's production dates were October 2014 to May 2015. Summer I's production dates were April 2015 to January 2016. Winter II's production dates were December 2015 to August 2016. It was at this time that production of games were to start earlier, as more hours were being produced. Summer II's production dates are March 2016 to late May 2017. Winter III's production dates will start in November of 2016.


Every competition is held in Elysium up until Winter II, where the Summer competition will be held in real life places, while the Winter competition stays in Elysium.

List of Competitions

Games Year Dates Athletes Episodes
Winter I 2015 December 9, 2015-December 13, 2015 28 13
Summer I 2016 July 19, 2016-July 24, 2016 16 19
Winter II December 17, 2016-December 25th, 2016 36 41
Winter III prelims 2017 January 5, 2017-January 8, 2017 TBA TBA
London Summer II July 15, 2017-July 22, 2017 TBA TBA
Winter III December 15, 2017-December 25, 2017 TBA TBA
Beijing Summer III 2018 June 24, 2018-July 8, 2018 TBA TBA
Winter IV December 12, 2018-December 25, 2018 TBA TBA

Hours of coverage

Year Hours of Coverage produced Main article
2015 Winter 18.5 hours 2015 NickFanon Winter Olympics
2016 Summer 28 hours 2016 Fiction Foundry Summer Olympics
2016 Winter 76 hours 2016 Fiction Foundry Winter Olympics

Broadcast history

Nicktoons Family had the American broadcasting rights for 2015, and Nickelodeon Family did a 1 hour and 30 minute highlight broadcast. In 2016, Nickelodeon Family Networks, USA purchased a 3 year deal to broadcast both Winter and Summer games, it is set to expire in December 2019, pending renewal.

Also, RaGE will broadcast a 2 hour highlight reel of the event after every event.

International broadcast

Country Broadcasting organization
Canada YTV Family (2016-present)
RaGE (2016-present)
RaGE Game (2016-present)
United States Nickelodeon Family (2015-present)
Nicktoons Family (2015-present)
RaGE (highlights)
United Kingdom RaGE (2016-present)
RaGE Game (2016-present)


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