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Written By Dave Briggs on March 18, 2023
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  • Place a real-money wager on any March Madness game.
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  • Use the bonus bets on other games during the NCAA Tournament. Bonus bets expire after 14 days.

New users can only claim this MA sports betting welcome offer by downloading the FanDuel Sportsbook app. Users on mobile web will be instructed to download the app to deposit money, which will then trigger the market.

March Madness and New England teams

Massachusetts is the birthplace of basketball. But there are no teams from the Bay State in this year’s men’s NCAA Tournament. The last time a Massachusetts team qualified for men’s March Madness was in 2019 when Northeastern was in the tournament.

The last winner from New England was UConn in 2014. The Huskies are four-time champions. They also won in 1999, 2004 and 2011.

Only five schools have won the title more times than the Huskies:

  • UCLA – 11
  • Kentucky – 8
  • North Carolina – 6
  • Duke – 5
  • Indiana – 5

Kansas is tied with UConn with four titles.

15 players from New England played in the NCAA Tournament

If you’re looking for other March Madness content from New England, 15 players that started the tournament are originally from the region. That includes five players from Massachusetts:

Alex Karaban, Connecticut – Southborough
Bensley Joseph, Miami – Arlington
Adam Seiko, San Diego State – Boston
Dasonte Bowen, Iowa – Boston
Dallion Johnson, Penn State – Haverhill

Six from Connecticut:

Donovan Clingan, UConn – Bristol
Matt Veretto, Vermont – South Windsor
Deven Austin, Princeton – Vernon
Desmond Claude, Xavier – New Haven
Andrew Hurley, UConn – Glastonbury
Andre Johnson Jr., UConn – Bristol

Plus, two players from Rhode Island: Tyler Kolek, Marquette – Cumberland and Keegan Records, Colgate – South Kingstown. Also, one from each of Maine and Vermont: Nick Fiorillo, Vermont from Scarborough, ME and Michel Ndayishimiye, Vermont from Burlington, VT.

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Dave Briggs has been an editor and writer covering sports and the gambling industry since 1995. Much of that time was devoted to reporting on the horse racing industry where Briggs has earned 27 national and international writing awards. In 2018, he was inducted into the media wing of the U.S. Harness Racing Hall of Fame. He began working at Catena Media in January of 2022. He is now the managing editor of PlayIllinois and PlayCanada.

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