Overview of College Tourney Pick'em
This article covers the following:
- The maximum brackets allowed
- Official rules
Take the court with Yahoo! Fantasy Sports Tournament Pick'em, a free bracket-style game that lets you show your college basketball smarts by picking the winners of this year's tournament games.
You have the option to create up to five (5) brackets for yourself, create a private group and/or join a private or public "Fans Of" group. In order to play, you must enter your final bracket picks before the first game of the tournament, which is scheduled for 9am Pacific Time on March 21, 2013.
Note that the "play-in" games (scheduled for Tuesday, March 19 and Wednesday, March 20) are not counted in Yahoo! Sports Tournament Pick'em.
You'll get points for every correct pick you make, and while you're watching all the action unfold, we do all the hard work of gathering statistics, computing point totals and updating standings.
Plus, this year Yahoo! is offering a special contest. The player with the highest score using Yahoo!’s default scoring system will win $10,000. What’s more, if a Tournament Pick'em player correctly picks all 63 games, it’s worth a cool $5,000,000.
This special contest is free to play, but you MUST register and otherwise meet the eligibility requirements. In particular, the contest is open to legal U.S. residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who are 18 or older. See the Official Rules of the contest for more details.