What to look for in 2018
Unique upset scoring system that weighs risk and reward appropriately. View the details here.
Entry is $10. If you are torn on those few games that could go either way, enter more than once. Each bracket is eligible for the main payouts and Bench Cash prizes.
After your brackets implode stay in the game with interesting side prizes based on good picks, crazy picks, and pure luck of the draw. Everyone who enters a bracket is eligible.
Stats – See where you rank all-time in everything from pick percentages to return on investment.
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An NCAA player pool is the perfect way to bring the individual athlete performance-based fantasy draft together with the most exciting event in sports. So whether you’re a die-hard March Madness fan, degenerate gambler or (more likely) BOTH!, join in.
The goal is to draft a team of participants in this year’s tournament that will score the most total points. You’ll obviously want to consider the player’s individual scoring potential, but also the number of games you expect his team to play.
Only the first 20 participants to sign up will get access to the draft.
$20 per entry.
1st – $150 2nd – $75 3rd – $30