Bracket Madness Contest back at BetOnline.ag ahead of NCAA March Madness
BetOnline.ag is running an outstanding promotion for college basketball punters, with a guaranteed $50,000 up for grabs during this year’s NCAA March Madness tournament.
After the resounding success of last year’s Bracket Madness Contest, the leading online betting site servicing the USA announced they would be giving a first prize of $10,000 to the contest winner in 2019.
To enter the contest all you need to do is make your Men’s NCAA Tournament Bracket picks shortly after the Selection Show on Sunday, March 17 and before the first tip-off on Thursday, March 21.
The Brackets Madness Contest entries cost $15; while if you enter between two and five times it will cost you $10 per entry; or if you enter between six and 20 times it will cost you $5 per entry.
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What exactly is brackets?
The NCAA Tournament is made up of college basketball teams who have qualified as one of 68 teams.
This processes uses a term called bracketology where teams are picked into brackets based on a Ratings Selection Index by the NCAA Selection Committee, or whether they have won their conference.
In BetOnline’s case the brackets tournament is talking about picking the winners of each match in all brackets of the tournament.
How to enter BetOnline’s brackets tournament
Step 1: Open an account or login to existing account at BetOnline.ag or SportsBetting.ag.
Step 2: Do your study on who will win the NCAA brackets.
Step 3: Enter the brackets tournament via the basketball section of BetOnline.ag’s website.
Step 4: Follow the NCAA basketball tournament for results, with several different options available on how to watch or find results.
How to win the NCAA Brackets Tournament
To win a share of the $50,000 prize pool you need to score enough points to be high on the ladder. After you have entered and matches are underway you will have access to a ladder of eligible entries, the more points you score the higher you will be. The top 20 players will then take a share of the $50,000 in prizes:
Round of 64 (March 21-22, 2019) – One point per correct pick (max 32 pts)
Round of 32 (March 23-24, 2019) – Two points per correct pick (max 32 pts)
Sweet 16 (March 28-29, 2019) – Four points per correct pick (max 32 pts)
Elite Eight (March 30-31, 2019) – Eight points per correct pick (max 32 points)
Final Four (April 6, 2019) – 16 points for each correct pick (max 32 points)
Championship Game (April 8, 2019) – 32 points for correct pick (max 32 points)
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