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2023 ACC Tournament Betting Guide

Author: American Gambler Staff | Last Updated: June 30, 2023

The men's college basketball ACC Tournament kicks off on March 7th at the Greensboro Colleseum in North Carolina. We are here to break it down with ACC Tournament betting tips, including the latest odds.

March Madness gets off to a flying start as this year's Tournament appears to be wide open, with traditional Conference power UNC fighting for their Tournament lives and Duke only recently surging after a slow start.

With no clear-cut dominant Conference force, the ACC Tournament appears to be up for grabs.

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2023 ACC Tournament Schedule

  • First Round: Tuesday, March 7
  • Second Round: Wednesday, March 8
  • Third Round: Thursday, March 9
  • Semifinals: Friday, March 10
  • Finals: Saturday, March 11

A History of the ACC Tournament

The ACC Tournament has provided no shortage of thrills over the years with some of the most iconic programs in College Basketball.

Here's a look at Tournament winners in recent years

  • 2022: Virginia Tech
  • 2021: Georgia Tech
  • 2020: No Tournament
  • 2019: Duke
  • 2018: Virginia
  • 2017: Duke
  • 2016: North Carolina
  • 2015: Notre Dame
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All-Time ACC Tournament Winners:

  • Duke (21)
  • North Carolina (18)
  • NC State (10)
  • Georgia Tech (4)
  • Wake Forest (4)
  • Virginia (3)

Unsurprisingly, the ACC Tournament has historically been dominated by perennial heavyweights Duke and North Carolina. However, the Virginia Cavaliers have made a lot of noise in recent years, capped by a National Title run in 2019, and enter as one of the 2023 Tournament favorites.

ACC Tournament Betting Lines

There are several exciting options to consider when placing a wager on the ACC Tournament. The first option is a futures bet, where you select the team you think will win the Tournament prior to the start.

You usually get plus odds when betting on a future, even if you back a favorite.

If you just want to bet on individual games, you can bet on:

Spreads: Which team will cover the spread (i.e, Virginia -4)? In this scenario the favorite not only needs to win the game but also win by more than a certain amount

Moneylines: A bet on which team will win the game outright (no spreads).

Point totals: How many points will the two teams combine to score (over/under)?

How do I bet on the ACC Tournament?

To bet on the ACC Tournament, you must be located in a state where online sports betting is legal. From there, you can browse an excellent selection of online sportsbooks. Each sportsbook includes a potentially lucrative sign-up bonus.

The process for creating an account is quick and straightforward:

  • Download your sportsbook app of choice
  • Select “Sign Up”
  • Enter personal information (to confirm identity and location)

Once you are verified, you can make your first deposit and claim a new user bonus. These bonuses generally come in the form of bonus bets or bet credits back if your first bet doesn't win (see the list of our vetted choices above).

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