Sporcle’s 2011 NCAA Tournament Online Games Tests your Knowledge Until the Nets are Cut Down
Join the March Madness all Tournament Long at Sporcle.com with new Online Games and Quizzes.
San Francisco, Calif. – March 15, 2011 – Sporcle, the online and mobile application of fun and addicting quizzes and trivia games, is now your entertainment home for 2011 NCAA Tournament online games and quizzes, offering trivia games and quizzes for every aspect in this year’s NCAA Final Four, as well as games to test your college basketball knowledge. If you’re the hardcore college basketball fan or just the casual observer, there is a game or quiz for you.
March Madness is one of the most exciting times in sports, with the Cinderella stories, buzz beater shots and chance to cut down the nets at the end of the tournament. With all this excitement it’s no wonder that an estimated 8.4 millions hours of work productivity is lost over this three-week span, according to a report by Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. In addition to the brackets, office pools and tournament games, Sporcle is offering another way to get your NCAA men’s basketball fix during the tournament with more than 80 new games surrounding the tournament.
“March Madness is an exciting time for any sports fan, and we are excited to be a part of it with the addition of our new NCAA tournament quizzes and games,” said Ali Aydar, CEO, Sporcle. “We love to offer our users new, fun games to play, and the NCAA tournament games we’ve added are no different. We may not be able to help you fill out the perfect bracket, but we can give you some great online games at Sporcle on the road to the NCAA championship.”
These new games give users a new way to challenge themselves or their friends during tournament time. There are games for all 68 NCAA tourney teams, Duke quizzes to Wofford College trivia games, winner of past NCAA tournament trivia games, trivia games for past NCAA tournament coaches and more. Even if you bracket is busted after the first round of games be sure to come back throughout the tournament for more games and quizzes devoted to these exciting three weeks at Sporcle.com.
Sporcle is a website and mobile application that offers fun and addictive quizzes and trivia games, ranging from trivial diversions to educational study guides. Founded in 2007, Sporcle came to life with the response to its first quiz, naming the U.S. Presidents. As avid crossword, Jeopardy! and trivia fans, the original quiz was not only to test knowledge, but also as a way to learn a piece of information that seemed to come up again and again.
Sporcle continues to create quizzes for entertainment, memory and diversion. You can play one of the thousands of quizzes and trivia games or create your own games.