2012 March Madness | Free Bracket and Salary Cap Games

2012 March Madness | Free Bracket and Salary Cap Games

Fantazzle Fantasy Sports is proud to offer March Madness fantasy basketball and bracket games for the men's 2012 NCAA Tournament.

With Selection Sunday just four days away, college basketball fans across the US are champing at the bit to fill out their 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket. To fulfill the desires of fantasy basketball connoisseurs across the nation, Fantazzle Fantasy Sports is proud to offer a bevy of 2012 March Madness fantasy basketball games for its users, featuring limited lineup, pick’em, salary cap and free March Madness bracket games. For user convenience, games will be available every day and round of the tournament.

Fantazzle will be offering three free March Madness bracket games starting Selection Sunday, including the traditional tournament-long bracket (64 teams), a second round bracket (32 teams) and a Sweet Sixteen bracket.

In the March Madness bracket game, contestants who record the most bracket points, which are awarded for every correct bracket selection, win the game. Bracket points increase from round to round. For example, users will be given one bracket point for correctly selecting a winner in the round of 64. In the round of 32, two bracket points will be awarded per correct selection.

The NCAA Tournament pick’em game requires contestants to select one player from each predetermined matchup, with the winner ultimately tallying the most correct selections. If there is a tie, total fantasy basketball points will serve as the tiebreaker.

Fantazzle’s March Madness limited lineup game will allow users to select a player from predetermined player groups. Unlike pick’em games, limited lineup games’ player groups consist of more than two players and require one center, two forwards and two guards for each lineup, while both games’ player groups are determined by players’ skill level and position.

Furthermore, Fantasy basketball salary cap games will be available for every day and round of the NCAA Tournament. The March Madness salary cap game will grant contestants a fantasy budget of $1,000,000 to create a fantasy basketball roster consisting of one center, two forwards and two guards. All March Madness fantasy basketball games will use the same scoring system. This system awards one point for every point, rebound and assist and two points for each steal and block. As the old cliché suggests, defense wins championships.

Visit Fantazzle on Selection Sunday, March 11, to complete your free NCAA Tournament bracket and enter to win hundreds of dollars in cash prizes!

2012 March Madness | Free Bracket and Fantasy Basketball Games

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