12-Year-Old March Madness Winner Donates Xbox Prize To Make-A-Wish

Twelve-year-old March Madness bracket champion Sam Holtz has a philanthropic streak to match his basketball smarts. According to the Huffington Post, Sam tied for first place in ESPN’s official March Madness Tournament Challenge, besting some 11.5 million other entrants. Although he was below the required age limit required to win the ESPN prize, Best Buy still awarded him a $1,000 gift card as a consolation prize. Sam used the card to purchase an Xbox One gaming consul for himself but then used the rest of the money to purchase another to donate to the Make-A-Wish foundation.

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