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Amazon’s Fire TV Lets You Fill Out Your NCAA Bracket With Alexa

Starting today, you can discover it on the March Madness hub on your Fire TV.

Now is the time to fill out your NCAA basketball bracket since March Madness has here. Amazon is providing assistance with your Fire TV this year.

With its Fire TV smart platform, the business is introducing an interactive bracket where users may select champions for each region and level of the competition. The bracket will monitor your development and compare how you perform to other competitors. To participate, you must complete the bracket before Thursday, March 16; it will be available starting on Monday.

By speaking “Alexa, fill my bracket” into their voice control, Fire TV users can find the bracket. As an alternative, you can open the shortcut panel by double-clicking the Alexa voice control button on the remote control or by just looking for the March Madness hub on the home screen.

By scanning a QR code from the TV and uploading it to your preferred social network, you may share your bracket online.

The NCAA men’s tournament’s First Four play-in round begins on Tuesday, followed by the first round on Thursday. The top seeds were Alabama, Houston, Kansas, and Purdue.

The opening round of the women’s bracket begins on Friday after the First Four on Wednesday. With a perfect record, South Carolina earned the top seed in the tournament along with Indiana, Stanford, and Virginia Tech.