Kizzang Announces Bracket Challenge
"Bracketology" Competition Could Create a Multi-Millionaire
LAS VEGAS, March 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kizzang.com announces its entry into the online Fantasy Sports, Games and Sweepstakes themed entertainment business. The company has launched the ultimate competition for this year's national college basketball tournament. The free to play bracket challenge game provides contestants with a chance to win $7,777,777.77. The web-based concept is the brainchild of Robert Alexander, gaming industry pioneer who has published and distributed some of the world's most notable video games.
Kizzang's 2013 Bracket Challenge is exclusively available at the company's website: kizzang.com. Once contestants register they can fill out their bracket until March 21, 2013 9am PDT. Alexander put the opportunity into perspective by saying, "We are extremely excited about the competition." He continued, "The tournament is a national obsession and wildly popular, and now fans that normally join the office pool will also have a chance to become a multi-millionaire overnight."
The "2013 Kizzang Bracket Challenge" is the company's first game offering. "Robo's Revenge" The Final Three Games Challenge registration begins on March 31, 2013 at 6pm PDT and ends on April 6, 2013 at 3pm PDT. Kizzang.com is open to any U.S. resident over the age of eighteen.
Kizzang.com is a leading promotional provider of personal themed entertainment. Founded in 2013 by a group of individuals from the Video Game and Gaming entertainment business, Kizzang's offerings will always be free. The company's mission is to create the greatest user experience for our players, grant the best prizes and award the largest cash jackpots. Please visit us on the web at kizzang.com it could literally change your life.
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