The Georgian rugby team will play Fiji, Tonga and Samoa in June in an historic test series in the Pacific Islands.
The mid-year test window marks the beginning of Rugby World Cup qualifying for the three Pacific nations, who failed to earn direct entry to the 2019 tournament last year.
With only a three-week June window, Georgia and the three Pacific teams will play each other over consecutive weeks.
The top two teams from the new-look Pacific Nations Cup over the next two years will qualify for Japan, not including the European Nations Cup champions.
Georgia finished third in Pool C at last year's World Cup, beating Tonga in pool play and are ranked 12th in the world, between Fiji and Tonga and three places clear of Samoa.
World Rugby has released a busy schedule for tier two teams in June, with Scotland also travelling to Japan and Italy to play Canada and the USA.