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March Madness Contest Game 8
Teams: #4 Purdue vs. #1 Kansas

March Madness Contest Game 8 is scheduled for March 23th! Get in the game with MVP FireFans Basketball so you can maximize enjoyment of the madness that is 2017 NCAA Tournament!  This game is game 8 of 9 players need to play in order to qualify for the $100 Cash drawing exclusive to two of our MVP FireFans leagues:  MVP NCAAFANS and MVP NBAFANS.  Contest games are featured in the Game Calendar.  If you miss a game, no worries!  Just play one of the (3) Pickup games to make it up and stay eligible for the drawing.  But that’s not all – you are also invited to REGISTER TO EARN exclusive MVP FireFans points, and all eligible March Madness Contest games award DOUBLE POINTS for players!

To celebrate the best in college basketball gearing up for the NCAA Tournament, get in the game and participate with March Madness live action play in FireFan.  Never before have fans been able to actually make the predictions, and join in on the fun with live, interactive play.  You pick the games you want to play, join the game, make your pre-game picks, then watch and play along LIVE during real time so you can continue to “make the picks” that predict the outcome!  It’s a ton of fun to play FireFan Basketball and you can play along with players from all over in MVP FireFans leagues.

We have a new league just for FireFan college basketball fans, so click here to join the league and put a whole new spin on this year’s game play! Play March Madness Contest Game 8 with us for your chance to win $100 in our drawing! Winner will be determined and announced in the last Pickup Game on March 26th in the FireFan App Chat!

CLICK HERE FOR CONTEST DETAILS

The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament is a single-elimination tournament played every spring in the USA. Currently 68 college basketball teams from the Division I level of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), play to determine the national championship winning team. Created in 1939 by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, the tournament was the idea of Ohio State University coach Harold Olsen. Played during March, it is more commonly referred to as March Madness or the Big Dance, and is one of the most popular annual sporting events in the USA.