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2019 CRN Channel Madness

It starts with 32 of the industry's most prominent channel chiefs. It ends with one. CRN's fifth annual Channel Madness Tournament of Chiefs pits some of the channel's best-known executives against each other in head-to-head battles where CRN readers vote to determine the victors.


FireEye's Chris Carter Wins 2019 CRN Channel Madness Championship

FireEye's Chris Carter outlasted a field of 32 of the industry's top channel executives to win the 2019 CRN Channel Madness Tournament of Chiefs.

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FireEye's Chris Carter Wins 2019 CRN Channel Madness Championship

Comeback Kids McCullough, Carter Advance To Championship

Quarterfinal Results: Lenovo’s Cato, VMware’s Flinders Advance

Quarterfinals: Dell EMC’s Mullen Holding Slim Lead Over Lenovo’s Cato

Round 2: Defending Champ McCray Does Not Advance

Round 2: Lenovo’s Cato, VMware’s Flinders Surge Ahead In Weekend Voting

Round 2: Kinlaw Beating His Lenovo Successor; Defending Champ McCray Trails

Round 1 Ends With Come-From-Behind Win For Rae; Dismore Fends Off Kritzer

CRN Channel Madness Round 1: Dismore, Kritzer In Close Match; Kinlaw Pulls Ahead

Round 1 (So Far): Cisco's Tuszik In Tight Race With Datto's Rae

CRN Channel Madness Voting Is Now Open!

CRN Channel Madness Bracket Contest

As part of this year's Channel Madness Tournament, CRN readers were able to choose and submit their own brackets. Final results are in and congratulations go to kjaecksch - the only contestant to choose both finalists and the winner!

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kjaecksch 56
TheJessicaSimon 53
Mort007 53
SLACKERDAN 49
Carter 43
Chunky 43
Lester 43
Lucky L 41
Bee Store 40
Secure 40

Download the Bracket Graphic (updated with final results)

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