Is it happening this year?

Completing a perfect NCAA Tournament bracket is the holy grail of sports betting. It’s never been done, because it’s pretty much mathematically impossible. That didn’t stop Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett from offering a free perfect parenthesis challenge in which a potential winner would win $1 billion or $1 million each year for life. So, is the Warren Buffett $1 Billion Slice Challenge happening this year? We’ll provide the details on what we know for 2022 below.

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Is the Warren Buffett $1 Billion Slice Challenge happening this year?

Legal USA Sportsbooks will have big prize pools and free contests for this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Check out all the best March Madness contests and free media pools below and click to enter.

Free NCAA Tournament Bracket Contests for 2022

The free parenthesis challenges above are starting to roll out, but is Warren Buffett’s billion-dollar parenthesis challenge happening this year? Buffett will likely offer the opportunity to earn $1 billion, or at least $1 million a year for life, once again to his Berkshire Hathaway employees. The sixth richest person in the world has – for years – offered a colossal sum to one of his employees who can find the perfect slice.

Many remember that in 2014, Buffett’s competition – in association with Quicken Loans and Yahoo! – was open to the public. It was massively popular, but – of course – nobody won.

The fun of 2014 unfortunately did not last. There was a legal issue with Yahoo!, which pulled out of a similar contest offer from SCA Promotions Inc – just before teaming up with Buffett and Quicken Loans. Now, the contest is generally only offered to Buffett employees at Berkshire Hathaway.

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