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Kickstarter Project Aims to Cure Busted Bracket Syndrome
13 Unbracketed. This interactive game is designed to be a compelling alternative to the traditional brackets for the Men’s College Basketball Tournament.
“When March comes around, everyone is a basketball fan,” said Gale Venosdel, the game’s creator. “However, most people who play the traditional brackets usually have a busted bracket after the first round. Unfortunately, the brackets don’t deliver on the greatness of the tournament. But 13 Unbracketed does. It’s a strategic, yet simple game that allows you and your friends to stay engaged throughout the tournament. It’s unique scoring system and dynamic social platform make it the game that fans of the tournament deserve.”
Backers of the Kickstarter project can select from various levels of participation, with rewards ranging from the opportunity to join a Public League, or run their own Private League where they can invite friends and family to play along. Other rewards include 13 Unbracketed memorabilia like posters, t-shirts, and hats.
Lucky 13 Unbracketed LLC, is seeking to raise $6000 by March 12, 2014. If funds are raised, the backers will have early access to the closed beta launch which is accessible exclusively through Kickstarter. Funds will help with programming and other costs associated with the launch. The company plans to offer a free version of 13 Unbracketed on Facebook for the 2015 tournament.
Please view the project here:
For more information, contact Gale Venosdel at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or visit 13unbracketed.com
Lucky 13 Unbracketed LLC