The NCAA Tournament drinking game is made for March Madness fans that want to get wasted drunk while enjoying college basketball at its finest.
The March Madness drinking game setup ideally involved multiple television displays and/or computers used to stream as many games as possible at once. As the tournament progresses and less concurrent games are played, you can remove displays as necessary. Besides this everyone should fill out a bracket and have a minifridge stocked with alcohol within reach.
The NCAA Tournament is finally here and you know what that means: Time for a weekend full of more drunken debauchery than usual, fuelled by bets, alcohol, and basketball. First thing's first: everyone needs to fill out a March Madness bracket, and ideally wager some cash on whoever guesses the most games correctly.
Once brackets are out of the way, print off a group bracket where everyone can place individual bets on each game, beginning with who will win the game. If you want to take it a step further, wagers can be placed on the final score of the game, or even who will lead at halftime. A separate scoring system can be used for these group-bets and a 2nd overall prize can be decided upon for the winner (or all losers can simply endure drinking-related penalties).
Outside of betting in a game-by-game basis, there are drinking game rules for things that occur in-game:
At the end of each game, whoever wagered on the losing team either chugs a beer or takes a shot of liquor (or parlay bets to reduce the potential ton of alcohol this could result in drinking - up to you!)
As always, please remember to drink responsibly while enjoying this alcohol drinking game, and please leave feedback in the comments if you enjoyed it!
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