(PRESS RELEASE) -- The NCAA men's basketball tournament, one of the biggest sportsbetting events of the year in America, began this week as the final seeds were defined on Selection Sunday. Of the 68 teams playing for the American college basketball title, Intertops Sportsbook bookmakers say so far they’ve seen heaviest betting action on the Gators.
“Florida seems to be the early favorite,” said an Intertops oddsmaker. “It’s early days though. Let’s see how it plays out. A lot of guys like Wichita State too. And there’s some underdogs like Wisconsin to keep an eye on.”
The Gators ran the SEC table, going 18-0, and continued a winning streak that spanned most of December, all of January, all of February and into March. Odds on Florida, the No. 1-ranked team in NCAA Men's Division I Basketball, to win the championship are currently 5.50.
Intertops Sportsbook has rolled out some generous special offers for this month’s tournament: a $100 free bet and a $100 bonus.
$100 deposit bonus
A 20% up to $100 bonus will be added to all deposits made between now and March 25th.
$100 hoops free bett
Everyone wagering $1,000 at minimum odds of -200 / 1.5 on the NCAA Men's Division 1 Basketball Championship tournament by the end of the regional tournaments on March 30th can claim a $100 Hoops Free Bet on Monday, March 31st.
“Of course we’re doing a bracket contest too,” said the Intertops spokesperson. “$25,000 prize pool for those that pick the most winners. Man, I’d love to see one guy get an absolute perfect bracket and take it all!”
Intertops took the world’s very first online sports bet years ago and continues to make it fun and easy for anyone in the world to bet on virtually any sport.
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