Bing’s Bracket Experience Gives You Deep Insight That Makes Anyone an Expert
Steve Kane, Product Manager at Bing
(Redmond, WA, Monday, March 14, 2016) – Today, as part of the excitement surrounding the Selection Sunday broadcast, Bing launched its interactive March Madness bracket to help basketball fans everywhere make smarter picks for this year’s NCAA Tournament.
As the Official Bracketologist of the NCAA, the Bing bracket, powered by Bing Predicts, uses intelligent machine learning technology to analyze social and search signals and over a decade of NCAA statistical data, to give you insights to help you fill out your bracket.
Whether you’re a die-hard NCAA fan looking for an edge over your friends or only watch games in March, Bing’s bracket experience gives you deep insight that makes anyone an expert. If you can’t follow all 68 teams in the tournament choose, the ones you know and let Bing’s predictive technology do the rest!
Key features include:
- Available on desktop and mobile, the bracket allows you to view predictions on a game by game, or round by round basis all the way to Championship game. Use the Bing bracket and statistical knowledge as a guide to help you build your bracket and follow along throughout the tournament to see real time updates.
- On mobile, we’re introducing an entirely new way to pick your bracket. Swipe right or left on each matchup – pick by team, team stats or even by mascot.
Fill out your Bing bracket today at Bing.com/marchmadness.