The Punta del Este sevens, organized by the Old Boys Club since 1989, was part of the first IRB Sevens World Sevens Circuit in the 1999-2000 season.
The tournament is played usually in January, during the Southern Hemisphere summer. It attracts international clubs as top Argentinian clubs.
The first was an IRB satellite competition in 2005 which included several national teams. In 2012, an all-selection tournament for national and invitational teams was played, with Argentina defeating South Africa's academy to win the final.
Since 2017, Punta del Este has been included on the annual Sudamérica Rugby Sevens series, and contested by selected international teams.
(*) iRB Satellite
Year - Winner - Runner up
- 2019 Chile - Argentina VII
- 2018 South Africa 7s Academy - Chile
- 2017 Argentina - Fiji
- 2016 Cordoba Athletic - Moby Dick
- 2015 - Cordoba - Moby Dick
- 2014 - South Africa - Moby Dick
- 2013 - Buenos Aires - Moby Dick
- 2012 - UAR 7s - South Africa 7s Academy
- 2011 - Buenos Aires - Salta
- 2010 - Buenos Aires - Samoa
- 2009 - Samoa - Argentina VII
- 2008 - Samoa - Buenos Aires
- 2007 - CASI - Moby Dick
- 2006 - Moby Dick - Jockey Club, Salta.
- 2005 - Argentina - Moby Dick (*)
- 2005 - Clubs: Alumni (Argentina) - Hindú (Argentina)
- 2004 - Hindu (Argentina) - La Ballena (Argentina)
- 2003 - Old Boys (Uruguay) - Old Christians (Uruguay)
- 2002 - Cancelled
- 2001 - Argentina - New Zealand
- 2000 - New Zealand - Argentina
- 1999 - New Zealand - Argentina
- 1998 - New Zealand - Fiji
- 1997 - France - Samoa
- 1996 - New Zealand - France
- 1995 - Argentina - Australia
- 1994 - Nadi Cavaliers (Fiji) - All Blacks
- 1993 - All Blacks VII (a.k.a. Mongrels) - Australia
- 1992 - Anzacs Old Boys - Pueyrredon (ARG)
- 1991 - Anzacs Old Boys - Los Tilos (ARG)
- 1990 - Los Tilos (ARG) - Pueyrredon (ARG)
- 1989 - Old Boys (Uruguay) - Banco Nacion (ARG)