Check out the full bracket and preview of the SX King of March tournament
We’re excited to bring you this year’s SX King of March tournament!
Tournament seeds were chosen based on betting volume over the last 60 days, the qualifier tournament, and how much the selection committee liked your username. Finally, some members of the community bowed out ahead of time and were withdrawn from the pool.
📋 How it works
The SX King of March tournament is structured similarly to the March Madness tournament. There will be 64 participants that compete head-to-head in a series of 2-day matchups.
The matchups will be return-based (sum of all your profits, loses not factored in) and you can bet on any sport/game (not just NCAAB). Three bet minimum per round. The winner of each matchup will move on to the next round, while the loser is eliminated.
A reminder that we will be monitoring for suspicious transactions and wash trading, and will ban participants that do so.
The Winners of the SX Bet King of March will receive the following: 1st Place
🧢 SX Bet Swag (Hoodie, Water Bottle, Hat)
Without further ado, here’s our analysis of the favorites and a handful of contenders in the tournament to watch out for!
🥇 The Favorites
FaayBaay (#1), the current king of parlays on SX, FaayBaay has been on an absolute heater the last few weeks with big bets on NBA and tennis paying off handsomely. FaayBaay is likely the toughest out in the entire tournament.
kryptonik (#1), a long-time veteran of SX, kryptonik has been prolific as of late with his massive tennis bets. This is a very dangerous top seed, though one that could be more vulnerable during slow tennis days.
MiamiSammy (#1) is one of the biggest market makers on SX. His massive market-making betting has earned him a well-deserved #1 seed. The twin combo of high-volume betting and substantial closing-line value is killer.
FERGIE_TIME (#1), also a long-time veteran of SX, FERGIE_TIME has been a bit more tame recently. Likely the most vulnerable #1 seed in the tournament given their erratic betting habits.
kdawgpi (#2), by far the loudest community member on SX, kdawgpi is also one of the most prolific. Alternating between directional bets and market-making gives kdawgpi the power and flexibility needed to make a run here.
volcano420 (#2), with big volume and a recent upsurge in volume, volcano420 is an incredibly dangerous #2 seed. It’s going to be really interesting to see if we get a kryptonik vs. volcano420 matchup in the Elite 8.
Gibbler23 (#2) is one of the OG whales of SX, Gibbler23 has made a run up the SX leaderboard the last few weeks and looks primed for a big March with NCAA basketball being their main sport of choice.
MV_Pitbulls (#3) was widely considered the Michael Jordan of SX during its early days. The previous all-time leader in SX tournament prize money and tournament wins, MV has been making a comeback recently and looks very dangerous as a #3 seed.
🗓 Key Dates
Here are all the dates you need to know:
March 16th-17th: 1st Round Matchups
March 18th-19th: 2nd Round Matchups
March 23rd-24th Sweet 16 Matchups
March 25th-26th: Elite 8 Matchups
April 1st: Final 4 Matchups
April 3rd: The Finals
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