March is on the horizon and college basketball fans and sports betting fanatics are getting ready for the NCAA Tournament. Over a two week period in late March, the tournament also known as the Big Dance will get more money bet on this event than any other event in sports history to include the Super Bowl.
From betting at top-rated online sportsbooks to office pools, the betting will be fast and furious and the contest will be popping up all over the place. Not to be outdone one sports book after another will be giving out great bonuses and sign up perks to join the contest that they think is best. This year one of the many online sports book bracket contests that will be available is the one that is offered by Sportsbook.ag.
Starting on March seventh Sportsbook.ag will be opening up buy-ins for the $100,000 March Madness Bracket Contest! This year they are splitting a guaranteed $100,000 in cash among the top five finishers in one of the biggest and most competitive college basketball contests for any online sports book.
As an added bonus they are also delving out a combination of $5,000 worth of free plays for another of their 1000 loyal members. Entries to the contest cost $15 for the first entry and just an additional five bucks for more entries to the biggest office pool online. The best part about this contest is that one player can win with multiple brackets and that means that one player could potentially sweep the $100K prize!
First place is $75,000 and second is $12,500 with the prize money decreasing all the way to 1,005th place which will be awarded a $5 free bet for college basketball or anything else at Sportsbook.ag. If you are good at filling out your brackets then Sportsbook.ag has the contest for you!
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.