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NCAA TOURNAMENT CHALLENGE – ENTER NOW
- Updated: March 15, 2013
It’s almost time for the start of March Madness. And MVP is teaming up with our friends at ESPN to offer you the chance to draw up your own Bracket and follow the action all the way to the Big Dance – as well as competing for exciting prizes.
Selection Sunday on March 17 marks the start of college basketball’s month of drama, and it all begins with ESPN’s “Bracketology Live” at 11pm where you’ll find out which 68 teams have made the tournament.
Then you’ll get the chance to make your picks in the ESPN America Tournament Challenge and fill in the bracket you think will come out on top, ahead of the First Round which tips off in Dayton on March 19.
Those early birds who join the group between now and Sunday are in for a chance to win a twelve month subscription to ESPN Player College Pass (covering live & on-demand basketball, football and more NCAA sport).
This prize will run immediately, so you can watch all of March Madness on the go and follow how your bracket is working out right up to Final Four in Atlanta on April 6-8.
You can also visit ESPN’s dedicated Bracketology site, where expert picker Joe Lunardi can guide you through the match-ups and seedings before you make your decision.
Last year, there were nearly 6.5 million entries, while in 2011 US President Barack Obama joined in the fun, finishing with a rank of 746,086 in the Men’s Tournament.
The overall winner will pick up an awesome Entertainment Suite, courtesy of ESPN America, with other prizes up for grabs along the way. for the overall winner when the Tournament is over
So to set up your entry and get your Bracket in play, click here.
Tune into ESPN America for exclusive coverage of the NCAA Men’s and Women’s college basketball tournaments as March Madness unfolds.
And don’t miss MVP’s preview – in the new issue, out now.