March Madness Office Pool Software - Rhode Island

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Rhode Island is the smallest state but when it comes to College Basketball, it's huge.  Rhode Island (the team) sits in the Top 25 entering the Men's College Basketball Tournament while Providence has held its own this season.

Office Football Pool - Don't let the name fool you.  This platform is available for March Madness. There are a number of pools in which to choose from including: 

Pick-The-Bracket - The office classic. Starting with the field of 64, pick the winner of every NCAA Basketball Tournament game.

Tourney Survivor - Pick 1 team each day of the Tournament. If they win you advance. If they lose, you're out.

Tourney Shares - A fantasy sportsbook for March Madness, you make tournament picks against the spread and on over/under totals.

Tourney Takeover - If your team covers the spread, you advance to the next round. If your team covers but loses the game, then you take over the winning team.

Tourney Squares - 10x10 grids (like for the Superbowl) except your numbers are good for every game in the tournament.

Seed 8 - Pick 8 NCAA teams and get their seed value in points for each win.

Confidence 16 -  Pick 16 teams and rank them 16 (highest) to 1 and get their point value for each win. The person with the most points at the end wins.

Sweet 16 Bracket - Starting with the Sweet 16 (round 3), pick the winner of every game through the Championship. - This is not office pool software per se, it's actually something better. is a full service online sportsbook for wagering purposes whereby administrators act as bookies or agents and pay a set fee per player.  The platform allows individuals to place money line bets (on team to win outright), spread bets and futures (team to win the Championship).  While payouts could prove lucrative and players will likely continue taking advantage long beyond the conclusion of March Madness, administrators will typically come out well on top as "the house always wins" applies here.  The software company (known as a Pay Per Head) manages and does all the leg work, including the ability to communicate with clients 24/7 both online and via the phone.  Administrators only job is to ensure their players are paid in a timely fashion.  Players not only have the ability to bet on all sporting events outside of College Basketball, they can also wager on games as they happen right up to the final second (including most March Madness games) with interactive LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING. - The free version of this software offers top functionality but features odds whereas the webmaster version incorporates your own logos and banners.  It is fully automated with no need for registration.   The webmaster version is just $90 and allows entries to be submitted right up to the start of the first game in the tournament.  The pool will automatically display the actual tournament match ups within 5-10 minutes of the selection committees announcement.

- Tyrone Black,

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