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Two graduates, Josh Safran and Jackson Weimer, both graduates of Central Bucks High School West, have started a March Madness tournament substitute, titled Corona Madness, taking advantage of the early NCAA Basketball video games for Xbox 360. The idea came to fruition in a makeshift home studio in a basement in Doylestown, fully equipped with streaming capabilities and field reporters and correspondents.

The two local graduates have made up brackets and have even gained some national attention to this whole thing. They have been streaming the entirety of the NCAA Tournament in the video game on Twitch, the most common video game streaming website.


Corona Madness broadcasts will air on the live-streaming platform Twitch at Updates and scheduling for the tournament can be found at the Corona Madness Twitter page.