Fantazzle Free March Madness Bracket Games

Mar 12, 2012


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ARLINGTON, VA, March 12, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ – Fantazzle Fantasy Sports Games is awarding its community with two different Free March Madness BracketGames that will be offering several hundred dollars in prizes. The first contest, available for entry now, will be offering $250 in prizes and is the traditional tournament-long bracket. The second bracket will be available for entry shortly after the first bracket game starts and will include the final 32 teams.
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“We ran a free bracket game last year that was sponsored by Steiner Sports and it was such a success that we decided to run another game this year. Then, we decided to take the madness to another level in 2012″ said Fantazzle’s CEO/Founder, Ryan Parr. “Here at Fantazzle we pride ourselves on creating the most unique fantasy sports games on the internet, and we couldn’t do anything less than that for the upcoming tournament.”
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Also available at the premier fantasy sports site on the internet are the March Madness Fantasy Basketball Games, available nowhere else. Parr, and the rest of the Fantazzle team, is offering March Madness Salary Cap, Limited Lineup and their unique Pick’em format for every day and round of the NCAA Men’s tourney.
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The College Basketball Salary Cap games will feature stars such as Austin Rivers, Harrison Barnes and other stars in the tournament. One of the great things about theMarch Madness Salary Cap games is that they will be available every day of the tournament. This not only increases the excitement of the tournament but also gives the Fantazzle community the most opportunities to win cash prizes. The games runs similarly to Fantazzle’s NBA Fantasy Basketball Games, but instead of filling a roster of 10 NBA players will need to fill a roster of 1 Center, 2 Forwards, and 2 Guards. Contestants are given a $1 million fantasy budget in which they can maximize by finding the right mix of future NBA stars and sleepers in the tournament.
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Limited Lineup and Pick’em games will be available every day and round, just like theSalary Cap games. The College Basketball Limited Lineup Games will require players fill a lineup just the same as the Salary Cap games – 1 Center, 2 Forwards and 2 Guards. The catch here is that there is no budget and players can choose anyone they want from Fantazzle’s predetermined player groups. Fantazzle’s Pick’em game will require choosing between pairings. For example, Tyler Zeller and Jared Sullinger, two of the tournaments best big men, may be matched up against one another. You simply need to choose which player will outduel the other. Make more correct selections than your opponent and you take home the cash prizes as soon as the game is over.
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For more information on Fantazzle’s 2012 March Madness Bracket or Fantasy Basketball Games please go to their March Madness game page.
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About Fantazzle Fantasy Sports Games
Fantazzle Fantasy Sports Games is a fantasy sports games company that focuses on creating innovative fantasy sports skill games and contests. The company launched in September of 2008 with the goal of becoming the world leader in non-traditional fantasy games by way of their short duration fantasy games including daily fantasy games, weekly fantasy games, and more, for immediate cash prizes. Fantazzle is a U.S. corporation and a member of the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA). In January of 2009, Fantazzle surprised the fantasy sports industry by being recognized jointly by the FSTA and the Fantasy Football Librarian as the winner of the 2008 Fantasy Football Projection Accuracy Challenge in its first year of operation. Fantasy games offered by Fantazzle include fantasy football games, fantasy soccer games, fantasy basketball games, fantasy golf gamesfantasy racing games, fantasy hockey games, fantasy poker games, fantasy March Madness college basketball games, and fantasy baseball games. Fantazzle is free to join and prospective members may sign up anytime at Fantazzle.com.
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