The 30-year-old is likely to earn upwards of $1 million for
his appearance, according to local media reports.
Bolt has already said he plans to retire from the sport after
the Aug. 5-13 world championships in London.
The Jamaican won three gold medals during this year's Rio Games
to equal distance-runner Paavo Nurmi and American sprinter and
long jumper Carl Lewis as the most successful Olympic track and
Bolt's fierce American rival Justin Gatlin, who has served two
doping bans, has also been linked with the Nitro Series.
(Reporting by Shravanth Vijayakumar in Bengaluru; editing by
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