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March Madness Bracket Pool Hosting

  • In March Madness Bracket Pools members select the winners of all tournament games. You can completely customize your scoring system for each round. Apart from setting the number of points received for each correct pick you can also setup a bonus point structure for each round. Take a look at the customizable options below. The hosting fee starts at $9.95 which includes the first 10 members.

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  • Standard Features

    • Fast, excellent, customer-friendly email support.
    • Private forum for your pool.
    • Custom pick deadline.
    • Email reminders and pick confirmations.
    • Printable reports
    • Live Scoring - poolwide picks refreshed realtime.
    • What-If Scenarios
    • Free Trial!
  • Pricing

    • $9.95 for first 10 members.
    • $0.50 for each additional member.
  • Very Customizable

    A lot of pools will choose to use the default configuration however we have added a lot of customization options to our pools to make the games more enjoyable. Simply choose to enable or disable any of these options, and more.

    • Allow multiple entries (aliases) per person without requiring a new account for each entry.
    • Set customized points received for each correct pick from 1 to 100, controllable for each round.
    • Bonus points for each round. Options include:
      • Seed Differential: Assigns extra points when an underdog wins. The number of points assigned is the difference between the 2 seeds. For example, if you pick UAB (11th) to beat LSU (6th) in the first round you will receive 5 extra points (11 - 6).
      • Add Seed: Assigns extra points each time one of your picks is correct. The number of points assigned is the winning teams' seed. For example, if you pick LSU (6th) to beat UAB (11th) in the first round you will receive 6 extra points.
      • Multiply Seed: Assigns extra points each time one of your picks is correct. The number of points assigned is the winning team's seed, multiplied by the number of points for a correct pick. For example, if your pool is setup to award each correct pick with 2 points in the first round and you pick LSU (6th) to beat UAB (11th) in the first round you will receive 12 extra points.
      • Underdog Bonus: Assigns a specific number of points each time one of your underdog picks is correct. You can also control which seeds are considered underdogs (from seeds 9 through 16).