Two Great sports betting contest to add some excitement to March Madness

Your HRWager account provides you with instant access to some of the best running promotions in the sports wagering industry.

Please take a few moments to browse through our current listing of available contests below.

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Sweet 16 – March Madness Contest

*  Eligible customers can enter this bracket contest completely free.

All clients that joined HR Wager, One free entry .. MUST verify account to enter or will not be eligible to collect price

All inactive HR Wager cash clients that placed a wager in 2019 or 2020, 1 free entry .. MUST verify account to enter or will not be  eligible to collect price

* Contact customer service for more information how to verify your account.

How do you get more entries?

An extra entry will be awarded for every $500 in  Accumulated deposits made between Mar 9th and March 22nd, the more you deposit the more chance you have to win.

1st place: $1137 FREE PLAY
2nd place: $437 FREE PLAY
3rd place: $437 FREE PLAY

In the event of a tie, the winner will be declared by the earliest submission time.

Sweet 16 winner: 20 pts
Elite 8 winners: 30 pts
Final 4 winners: 40 pts
Championship game winner: 60 pts

* Is NO rollover attached to this FREE PLAY, but if Client has an existing rollover from a previous deposit, it must be completed first before cashing out

* Account must be verified or will not be eligible to collect price

March Madness Championship Game Square Pool

Make a deposit between Mar 22nd to Apr 6th, and get an entry into our March Madness square pool, and a chance to win a FREE PLAY, equal to 50% or even 100% of your biggest deposit made during that period.

Halftime Pool Winner: Get a 50% FREE PLAY of your largest deposited added to your account

Full Game Pool Winner: Get 100% FREE PLAY of your largest deposit added to your account

squares pools are a type of sports pool that gives all participants a chance to win. It is based solely on luck and there is no skill in determining which team has the better players and which team is likely to cover the spread. Instead, participants pick one of 100 squares. Each square represents a spot on a 10-by-10 grid and it corresponds to the last digit of each team’s scoring total. A winner is determined the day after the Super Bowl

A winner is determined at the end of 1st Half, and Final Game score. The winner is determined by looking at the last number in each of the teams’ score, and then matching those numbers on the grid and seeing which square intersects those two numbers.