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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | February 26, 2017

March Madness Bracket Challenge Game is now live on NCAA.com

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March Madness is here and our NCAA bracket challenge is officially LIVE!

The Capital One NCAA March Madness Bracket Challenge is the only place where you can watch live games from your bracket. Entering the official bracket game of NCAA.com guarantees you a chance to win one of 16 prizes, including the grand prize, which is a trip to the 2017 Final Four as a VIP guest. Other prizes include $50 gift cards to Fanatics.com.

MARCH MADNESS SHOP
So how do you play? It’s easy. Register your first bracket at NCAA.com/bracketchallenge. Create or join groups with your friends, and if you’re not so sure about that first bracket, fear not – you can create up to five. The game is accessible via desktop, tablet or phone.

March Madness is the happiest time of the year, and there’s no better feeling than competing against your friends with bragging rights (and outstanding prizes) on the line. With the Capital One NCAA Bracket Challenge, you can watch your 14-3 upset pick come to fruition live from virtually anywhere. This year’s NCAA tournament promises to be a dandy, and you won’t want to miss out on the fun.

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