Although there are a billion odds on filling out a perfect March Madness NCAA tournament bracket, things getting friskier this year as Yahoo fantasy sports and Quicken Loans teamed up for a whopping offer of $1 Billion for a perfect bracket.
We all know college basketball NCAA Bracket every year attracts millions upon millions of Americans even led by President Obama himself who didn’t miss a bit in filling out the presidential bracket since he took office.
Focusing primarily on NCAA bracket prediction on who will emerged as winner of the 68 college basketball teams, sports media sites pour countless of hours on the NCAA March Madness coverage.
Tourney Pick'Em NCAA bracket challenge hosted by Yahoo fantasy sports which attract millions of users even much more now with a billion of dollars are staked on the event.
The 2014 Tourney Pick'Em perfect bracket winner will win $1 billion and the best bracket wins $100,000 not one but 20 of them. Although nobody really win the perfect Yahoo bracket challenge in the past but previous winners of consolation prices has used weird creatures like giunea pig, opossum, monkey, groundhog as their bracketologist.
From the traditional methods for making NCAA bracket predictions to conventional approach of guinea pigs to software that maybe a helpful method you want on this years Tourney Pick'Em bracket selection.
To enter the Yahoo Fantasy Sports-Quicken Loans bracket challenge, all you need is a Yahoo ID and a residence of the United States of course. Since this is a huge marketing tactic Warren Buffet style for Quicken Loans, you might also receive email promotions or even home loan advice or quote if you want to. Note also that you can opt out for the $1 billion challenge to play just for bragging rights. But who doesn't like 1 billion check?
Check the Yahoo fantasy sports-Quicken loans bracket challenge, go here.