March Madness Online Betting Begins

Published Wednesday, March 05, 2014 -
March Madness Online Betting Begins

March is a month that millions of dollars a wagered on sports in the USA. According to the Las Vegas Review Journal there are no less than four college basketball conference tournaments to wager on. March madness is upon us as the sports betting fan tries to figure out which team will go the distance.

Several dozen college basketball teams are making their annual way to Las Vegas  for tournament championships. West Coast Conference (March 6-11, Orleans Arena), Western Athletic Conference (March 12-15, Orleans Arena); Pac-12 (March 12-15, MGM Grand Garden Arena); Mountain West (March 12-15, Thomas &Mack Center).

Beginning on March 20 college basketball fans will gather in Las Vegas for the first four day national college basketball tournament. There are 4,000 visitors expected for the West Coast Conference tourney, 3,000 for Western Athletic, 11,000 for Pac-12 and 8,000 for Mountain West. Ryan Growney, general manager of South Point hotel and casino said, “The Super Bowl is one game and four hours, but the first weekend of March Madness is four days,” Growney said. For the fans, it gives you a lot of bang for the buck. There’s no better weekend than March Madness.”

 March Madness sees many millions of dollars wagered in office pools and at online gambling sites, with gamblers trying to pick as many games right in their brackets as possible. College basketball fans will be able to put their intelligent research to the test this March with a potential payout of $1 billion on the line if they can pick a perfect bracket. Quicken Loans and Warren Buffet along with Berkshire Hathaway are teaming up to dangle a very huge prize of $1 billion in front of anyone that can fill out a perfect bracket for the upcoming March Madness college basketball tournament. The actual odds of picking all the games correctly and collecting the one billion bucks is approximately 1 in 9.2 quintillion. Good luck.



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