FAQ

March Madness Giveaway Rules

Beginning Sunday, March 14 and running through the start of the National Championship game on April 5, invite your friends to BroThrow using the “Invite Your Friends” process (via email or text). For each friend that signs up, you’ll receive one entry into the March Madness Giveaway for each day your friend bets on BroThrow during the tournament (maximum of 23 entries per referral). Remember to generate a new link for each new friend you refer (each link is only good for one use). Bets must be accepted to count toward entries into the drawing. Bets are not limited to NCAAB tournament games. Duplicate signups (inviting the same person multiple times) will not be counted and may result in account suspension. No purchase necessary. BroThrow reserves the right to determine giveaway eligibility based on requirements not explicitly stated in these rules.

How do I place a bet?

Dude, there’s like three buttons. You can figure it out.

How do I make friends?

Get out there and mingle a bit. Throw some bets out to the community or take some bets from strangers. If you like them, add them as friends through their profile pages. Either way, invite your buddies to join you on BroThrow.

How do I make a bet only available to my friends?

Scared of swimming in the ocean? No problem. Just select “Friends Only” in the last step of the open a bet flow and your wager can only be taken by confirmed friends. Don’t be afraid to dip a toe in the community pool and meet some new people. You can see some user history on profile pages to help you gauge how reliable people are.

How often should I settle up?

When do you close out a bar tab? At the end of the night when it’s due. BroThrow operates on a daily cadence—the “My Balances” page makes it easy to keep track of your up/down amounts by user by day. You don’t owe BroThrow anything, but out of courtesy we ask that when you’re down for the day, settle up within 24 hours of your last bet’s outcome. It’s just the right way to do business.

What happens if settlement hasn't happened in 24 hours?

Take a deep breath. Relax. Add up all the juice you've saved. If someone hasn’t settled up within 24 hours of the day’s last bet, there’s occasionally a good reason. First, send a request. If you’ve already done that, nudge him with a reminder. If that doesn’t work, put him on blast in the comments section. BroThrow operates on the honor system, so we can't be the payment police. However, let us know about it through info@brothrow.com.

What happens to someone that welches on a bet?

If a user is ultimately unresponsive, we’ll suspend him. Suspended users lose access to BroThrow and all outstanding, accepted, and in-action wagers are immediately cancelled (affected users are also notified).

How does someone get un-suspended?

To get out of timeout, the user who filed the dispute has to confirm with us that the suspended user settled up. Once that happens, we’ll release him back into the wild. However, we reserve the right to permanently suspend anyone at any time.

What happens if a game is cancelled or postponed and I have an accepted bet on it?

We try and pattern our rules after Vegas, when they’re fair. If a game is cancelled or postponed, all bets are off.

What happens when I block a user?

Someone take a little too long to settle up for your liking? Maybe you’re just impatient. Either way, you can block members to prevent them from taking your community bets.

I accidentally made a bet and someone took it...

That sucks, but to be fair, you did type in a 4-digit pin and click "Post Bet."

Wait. Nobody took my bet. What the…?

You might want to check and see if you would’ve won before you throw a fit. Odds are, you’re a terrible handicapper like the rest of us and actually saved some dough by not finding a taker. The more friends you invite, the more likely your bets are to be taken—so get out there and recruit!