Test your handicapping abilities against other VSiN all-access subscribers in the third annual Beat The Spread Challenge.
Pick Division I men’s basketball tournament games against the spread, beat out your fellow VSiN subscribers and you will win $10,000, two nights at the South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas and a guest spot with Brent Musburger and his Guys in the Desert.
This year’s contest has a twist: We’ve partnered with BLOK SPORTS and enhanced the contest platform with proprietary blockchain technology so that “money” management is at a premium. You don’t have to pick all the games, as in years past -- and you can bet as many units as you want.
You will receive 1,000 VSiN tokens (non-cash) into your account to make simulated wagers. Wins and losses will be based on a 1-1 ratio of the amount wagered. The grand prize will be awarded to the participant who has accumulated the most tokens at the conclusion of the tournament.
Cash prizes of $250 will be awarded to the contestant with the most tokens at the end of Rounds 1, 2 and 3 (not cumulative).
A VSiN annual all-access subscription automatically qualifies you for this free entry to the Beat The Spread Challenge.
If you have a VSiN annual subscription that runs through April 8, you are all set. If you aren’t an annual subscriber, a one-year subscription is just $240 -- less than $5 a week -- and includes our upcoming College Basketball Tournament Betting Guide, which will be published Tuesday, March 19.
Sign up at vsin.com/subscribe
(If you are a VSiN subscriber by the week or month, you should ask me about the best way to upgrade.)
The contest is powered by BLOK SPORTS’ proprietary web application and high-speed transaction engine capable of processing millions of bets simultaneously, utilizing the latest and best evolution of blockchain technology. Learn more at bloksports.com
Registration for the 2019 VSiN Beat The Spread Challenge will begin on Monday, March 18 at 12:01 a.m. by accessing the VSiN.com web site and following the rules and procedures outlined on the 2019 VSiN Beat The Spread Challenge web application.