April 2, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- In case you haven't heard, President Obama's bracket is officially busted, like millions of other Americans. The White House has yet to release any bailout info for fans whose madness has ended. But fear not, Kizzang, a leading provider of personal themed entertainment, is giving away second chances...for free.
Fans that go to Kizzang.com and enter the Final 3™ Perfect Score Challenge will have their chance to win
by correctly predicting the winners and scores of the Final Three™ tournament games. The big banks and automakers have been benefiting from bailouts for years; now it's time for basketball fans to have their shot at redemption.
If your prognostication skills are a little rusty, don't worry. If no one gets their Final 3™ Perfect Score Challenge exact, then the contestant who predicts the Final 3™ winners and comes closest to the perfect score without going over will win first prize in the amount of
. The runner up will also receive the 2
prize winnings of
"Tournament interest for many tends to wane in the later rounds, especially if fans' brackets are busted," said
, Kizzang's founder. "The Final 3™ Perfect Score Challenge recaptures that interest for those fans and ensures that all fans still have a shot at becoming an overnight millionaire." Alexander added that, "the games are always more fun when you still have that chance to win big."
The Final 3™ Perfect Score Challenge began on
and will end on
3:00 PM PDT
. Users must be 18 years or older to enter, and must be US residents. For complete rules and details, visit 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 players, grant the best prizes and award the largest cash jackpots. Please visit us on the web at
, it could literally change your life.
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