This is the best time of the year for the diehard college basketball fans and the sports bettor. March madness is quickly approaching and that can only mean one thing, its tournament time! The conference tournaments will soon bleed into the NCAA Tournament selection show and the bracket contests will be all over the internet.
SportsBettingOnline is one of the newest and most comprehensive sports books in the business today and they have already announced that they will have $10,000 March Madness bracket contest. The concept is simple; the player that gets the most correct picks during the NCAA tournament wins their share of the massive prize pool!
SportsBettingOnline allows their customer to have as many entries as possible in the contest. Current customers that are actively wagering will automatically qualify for one free entry into the contest. However, there can be additional entries just by playing at SportsBettingOnline. For more entries, they will need to deposit money into their sports betting account increments of $200, $500 or $1,000.
Depositing $200 will get the customer one free entry to the contest, and $500 will get three free entries. For those that are ready to try and bang the book during March Madness and deposit $1000, they will be rewarded handsomely with seven free entries!
SportsBettingOnline is paying out the top ten spots in the contest with first place pulling in $3,000 at 30 percent of the prize pool. The second place prize is $2250 and the third place is $1500. This continues all the way down to the No. 10 spot that receives $100. All prizes are credited as a free play with a reasonable 15 time rollover.
March Madness is here and SportsBettingOnline is leading the way with their great $10,000 NCAA tournament brackets contest!
Cole started off as a part time handicapper and a full time computer programmer. After developing a computer program that consistently provided winners in NFL, NBA, MLB, and college sports Cole went into full time handicapping. The computer program and his knack for winners made him a rising star in the handicapping world. His complex computer program based on algorithms and analytical calculations have led to a 60% ATS rate.