Just like last year, Microsoft Bing is partnering with NCAA to build the NCAA March Madness bracket experience. Bing’s machine learning technology will analyze social and search signals, NCAA statistical data to help fans build a smarter bracket. The Bing bracket provides intelligent match-up predictions, analysis and additional features. Also, the official bracket on NCAA.com will be offered with Bing Predicts insights and game match-ups.
Bing’s smarter bracket will be available on all your devices after Selection Sunday™, March 13 on Bing.com. NCAA will also be releasing an universal app for Windows 10 so fans everywhere can experience the tournament whenever and wherever they are by getting live alerts on upsets, overtimes, and close games, and live video streaming of all 67 tournament games.
For now, simply search for your team on Bing.com to find out where Bing thinks your team stands.