The contest is easy to enter, and the rules give more college basketball fans a chance to win.
Saint Louis, MO (PRWEB) March 19, 2008
St. Louis, MO, March 18, 2008 - Fanball.com, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Liberty Media Corporation, today announced the launch of its free NCAA Men's Division I College Basketball Tournament contest, Pick'em 64.
The Pick'em 64 Basketball Tournament contest gives participants the opportunity to pick a winner in each of the Men's College Basketball NCAA Tournament games following the play-in game for a chance to compete for over $7,000 in cash prizes. Adding a unique twist to traditional Internet bracket games, Pick'em 64 also awards cash prizes to the top winners in all 50 states.
The grand prize winner of the contest will receive $2,500, while the top 10 finishers receive cash prizes. The top four finishers in all 50 states receive prizes, and participants living outside of the 50 United States are entered into their own prize group. Also, each participant is placed in a 10-team league, and the first through third place finishers of each league receive FanPoints, Fanball's Rewards Program currency. FanPoints can be redeemed for future entry and transaction fees for Fanball's games.
"We are very excited to introduce Pick'em 64," said Fanball's VP of Sales, Charlie Wiegert. "The contest is easy to enter, and the rules give more college basketball fans a chance to win."
Pick'em 64 is one of many fantasy sports draft and challenge games provided by Fanball.com. More information about Fanball's games and services can be found at Fanball.com.
Fanball (Fanball.com), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Liberty Media Corporation, is one of the leading providers of fantasy sports products and services in North America. Fanball has operated fantasy sports games since 1992. The company currently offers baseball, football, basketball, hockey, golf and auto racing games that can be played via a variety of methods, including phone, mail, email, fax and the Internet. FUN Technologies also owns the fantasy sports sites Fanball News (Fanballnews.com), Fantasy Cup (Fantasycup.com), and The Rototimes (Rototimes.com).