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Don't let one team bust your bracket. Play Brack Attack, Class Act Sports' bracket contest, for FREE and a chance to win $1,000!
[March 15, 2017]

Don't let one team bust your bracket. Play Brack Attack, Class Act Sports' bracket contest, for FREE and a chance to win $1,000!

NEW YORK, March 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Class Act Sports announced the return of Brack Attack, the one-of-a-kind bracket contest in which a single team alone won't bust your bracket. That's because you get to choose 16 teams, instead of just one.

In a standard bracket pool, if your predicted champion loses in the first round, you are likely eliminated thus no longer invested in the contest. In Brack Attack, users pick one team from each seed (1-16) and earn points as their teams progress through the tournament. Losing your No. 1 seed will not result in your elimination since you still have 15 other seeds remaining in play.

Brack Attack launched in 2014 and had over 10,000 entrants in 2016. The contest is FREE with the winner collecting $1,000. There is a designated point total for each seed with points doubling each round. Visit for more information.

Former Rutgers defensive tackle and Class Act Sports inspirational speaker, Eric Legrand, remarked:

"This is the most innovative and best bracket contest out there. I'm always looking for new ways to get involved when it comes to filling out brackets and trying to bring some more competitiveness out there especially since I'm not playing anymore." Legrand, who sustained a career-ending injury in 2010, added, "I still have that competitive drive in me so I am always looking for different ways to get involved."

Brack Attack has been a resounding success in its first three years and last year, teamed up with Eric Legrand to host a launch party raising money for Team Legrand and the Class Act Sports Foundation.

"We strive to develop a bracket contest distinct from all of the others which would keep the majority of our users in contention until the end of the tournament," - Class Act Sports founder and CEO Jared Ginsberg.

Launched in 2012, Class Act Sports provides unique, behind-the-scenes access for athletes to increase awareness of their charitable causes. For more information, please visit

Brack Attack and Class Act Sports are not in any way affiliated with the NCAA.

CONTACT: Jared Ginsberg, 516-644-1926,

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SOURCE Class Act Sports

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