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Don’t lie, you’re going to fill out a bracket or 30 come tournament time. You might not have even watched a single college basketball game all year, but you’re going to be just as heavily invested in March Madness as the dude who watched Big Sky games on Tuesday nights. Your bracket will probably be busted as shit by mid-day Friday during the first round, but you’ll still be checking it.
You can go to your traditional sites to do so, where the experience isn’t exactly the most personal or user-friendly, or you can try something new — something better. I’m talking, of course, about FansPlay.com. The founders of FansPlay gave us a sneak peek at their website and it lets you actively compare how you’re doing against your buddies, giving you plenty of ammunition to do what guys do best: talk shit. That’s what it’s really all about, isn’t it? To be able to gloat about how your sports knowledge is far and away superior to all of your boys’, having the stats to back it up, and cramming it down your friends’ throats? Sweet, sweet victory.
FansPlay could also end up contributing to more than just your ego. They’re giving away a trip for two to the NBA Finals and most major universities have pools that you can join. So far, students from over 100 major universities have signed up, and Sigma Chi is leading the charge across the country by starting their university’s pool. Let’s get everyone else involved in the party.
Here’s how the current leaderboard stacks up:
Join your universities pool on FansPlay.com and be automatically entered to win that trip for two to the NBA Finals
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