Show off your college basketball knowledge and compete for prizes by picking the most accurate tournament bracket. Play in a group with friends, FOX personalities or go on your own and challenge the nation.
Sweeps Rating: Okay
Eligibility: US, DC, 18/age of majority and older, with a FoxSports.com account (free to join foxsports.com)
Entry Dates: March 9, 2017 and ends on March 16, 2017 at 8:55 a.m. PT, or if/when the maximum number of Entrants register (500,000).
Winner Determination: The Grand Prize will only be awarded in the event that an Entrant submits a Perfect Bracket. In the event no Entrant has submitted a Perfect Bracket, the Entrant with the highest point score at the end of the Challenge (or tie-breaker, if applicable) will be declared the First Prize winner, pending eligibility verification. Potential winners will be notified via email at the email address listed in their Challenge Registration on or about April 12, 2017. Selected winners will be required to respond (as directed) to the notification within seventy-two (72) hours of first attempted notification.
Entrants will earn points based on correct prediction of winning teams in the Tournament games. The number of points awarded for each correct pick of a winning game of the Tournament will increase with each round of the Tournament. A maximum of one hundred ninety-two (192) points can be earned if all games are predicted correctly. The four play-in games (the First Four), scheduled to take place prior to the First Round of the Tournament, are NOT included in the Challenge. (see Rules for how points are earned and Tie-Breaker information)
Entry Limit: three entries per person
One (1) Grand Prize: “Cousin Sal’s” house, a home in Manhattan Beach, California. House includes structure, lot, landscaping and fixtures (excluding all appliances), ARV: $4,000,000. Actual value of the home at the time of prize award depends on market value fluctuations.
NOTE: Grand Prize winner will have the option of receiving $1,000,000, awarded in the form of a check, in lieu of the House
One (1) First Prize: $25,000 awarded in the form of a check