Amazon’s Fire TV allow you to fill out your NCAA bracket using Alexa. Starting today, you can find this feature in the March madness hub on your Fire TV.
Amazon’s Fire TV Allow You to Fill out Your NCAA Bracket Using Alexa
March Madness is now here and this is the time to fill out your NCAA Basketball bracket. Amazon, this year, is offering to help users do it on their Fire TV.
The company is now launching an interactive bracket on its Fire TV smart platform, where users can select winners for each region and stage of the tournament. The bracket as you know will keep tabs on your progress and track just how you do against other participants. The bracket is available starting on Monday and it must be filled out by Thursday, March 16, in order to participate in the event.
How to Locate the Bracket
Fire TV users can locate the bracket simply by saying “Alexa, fill my bracket,” into their voice remote. You can alternatively double-click the Alexa voice control button on the remote in order to bring up the shortcut panel or simply look for the March Madness hub located on the home screen.
You Can Share Your Bracket on Social Media
You’ll be able to share your bracket on social media simply by scanning a QR code from the TV and then posting it to any social network of your choice.
The first four play-in round of the NCAA men’s tournament starts on Tuesday while the first round on the other kicks off on Thursday. Alabama, Houston, Kansas, and Purdue also were named the top seeds.
The Women’s Bracket will start with the First Four On Wednesday
The women’s bracket meanwhile will start with the first four on Wednesday, with the first round beginning on Friday. South Carolina and its perfect record got a number 1 seed in the tournament alongside Indiana, Stanford, and Virginia Tech.