Bally’s Interactive hosting free-to-play bracket contest for March Madness featuring huge jackpot prize

The digital gaming unit of Bally’s Corporation is ready to offer a fun contest for the upcoming March Madness tournaments. Bally’s Interactive has launched the Bally Bracket, a free-to-play game where players have the ability to win a huge $100 million jackpot if the outcome of all 63 NCAA men’s Division I Basketball games are chosen correctly.

Details of the Contest

Every year, March Madness pulls in a ton of sports bets due to the bulk of tournament options available. With Bally Bracket, sports fans are free to make picks on who will win each game, with no real money involved.

Bally Bracket will award $100,000 cash prizes at random along with the top jackpot prize. One winner will earn $50,000 while another will be given $25,000 in prize money. Two players will earn $10,000, and one will walk away with $5,000.

Bally’s Interactive COO of North America, Adi Dhandhania, commented on the NCAA tournament, stating it is always an enjoyable time.

“Bally’s has been a brand synonymous with fun for decades, so we developed an engaging free-to-play game for fans to participate in and have an opportunity to win $100 million. We are excited about our partnership with Sinclair Broadcast Group and will be using their massive media footprint to promote the Bally Bracket game.”

Registration Is Open Now

Registration for the game is open now, with people able to fill out brackets after the field of teams is set on March 13. The contest will close on March 17 when the first round of basketball games begins, so players need to get their picks in before tip-off.

Sports fans can locate the Bally Bracket game at ballybracketgame.com and ballysports.com/win. Television segments will also offer a QR code that can be scanned to access the bracket. The contest is part of SportCaller, a division of Bally’s Interactive that offers free-to-play games.

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The company will work with Sinclair Broadcast Group to create promotions regarding Bally Bracket. Segments on local television stations operated by Sinclair will feature details of the contest as well as updates on the bracket. Sports fans will be able to tune in and see if their bracket picks remain intact or if their 291bet teams are knocked out of the competition.

Participants must be 21 years of age or older to take part. By visiting Bally Bracket now, players will need to enter an email address and Bally’s will notify everyone when the contest is live. Additional rules for the contest can also be found at the site.