Enter the Northland FAN 2021 Million Dollar Bracket Challenge Here
It's time to pull out the tarot cards. This year, 68 intense college basketball games will fill up the college basketball championship tournament bracket – it's your job to figure out who wins each one.
Below, you can register for the Million Dollar Bracket Challenge. The tournament teams will be selected on Sunday, March 14. We’ll send out an email reminder after that, so you don't forget to fill out your brackets. Bookmark this page – when the tournament starts up on March 19, you can keep checking back to see how you're doing against other listeners around the Northland.
If you correctly predict 60 or more games, you win $10,000. If you correctly predict every game in the bracket, you win a million dollars!
The top-scoring local participant** will also win a two-night stay Stay at the Intercontinental Minneapolis Airport with a $50 gift card to the Intercontinental’s sophisticated LaVoya Restaurant and $150 in spending cash from St. Croix Casinos and 310 Pub! All thanks to our presenting sponsor Sonju Two Harbors along with support from St. Croix Casinos, 310 Pub, and Intercontinental Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Hotel!
Please read our full official contest rules to confirm your eligibility. The bracket will be updated with teams following selection announcements on March 14. The (4) play-in games on March 18 are byes -- no prediction required. Predictions are required only for the (63) games beginning Friday, March 19. Play-in game teams will initially be displayed together as one selection, until the winner is determined, at which time, the losing team will be removed. Questions? Contact us with issues registering or filling out your bracket.
**Local participant identified as a legally eligible participant living within the Townsquare Media Duluth DMA (Designated Market Area), or terrestrial "listening area". Before this local prize will be awarded, we will confirm the winner is eligible to win the prize according to the above-noted rules.