With the 2014 March Madness Tournament less than 2 weeks away, their are no shortage of NCAA March Madness bracket contests floating around, but one contest has people taking a serious double (and triple) take. How would you like to win a billion dollars? Yes I said a billion, with a capitol B! Well, the odds are stacked against you, but billionaire guru Warren Buffett is putting his money where his mouth is.
Buffett is willing to give $1 billion big ones to any person who can pick a perfect NCAA Men’s March Madness bracket. In other words, good luck my friend.
If you can correctly pick the winners of all 63 games played in this year’s March Madness Tournament, you will no longer have to worry about money again, because you will be the world’s newest billionaire!
The contest is called the Quicken Loans Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge and is quickly drawing a lot of attention, as it should. Where else can enter a contest for free and win $1 billion? Even if you don’t know anything about college basketball, it is still worth taking a shot.
Yahoo Sports is working hand and hand with Buffet and Quicken Loans as they will provide all the updates and technology behind the scenes to keep fans up to date on all the latest scores and NCAA bracket information. The NCAA Tournament teams will be announced on March 16. Better known as “Selection Sunday”, fans all across the US will know which teams are in the tournament and who they will face in the first round of action.
Last year Louisville beat Michigan in the NCAA title game 82-76. Not many people had those two teams in the finals of their bracket, that’s what makes the tournament so tough to predict the winners of each game.
If you are interested in taking a shot at becoming instantly rich, head over to www.quickenloansbracket.com and register. Fans can only register once so pick your teams and cross your fingers!