And that’s a wrap for Tech Madness round two!

Before we get to the results, let’s make sure we’re on the same page about what Tech Madness is. It’s a reader-driven bracket competition a la March Madness that aims to champion and highlight local startups — 32 of them, to be exact, and they’ll face off bracket-style over the next few weeks until the winner is determined. See the whole bracket here.

This round, there were multiple close races. GoSun beat Battrii by a two vote margin, with three No. 7 seeds (Differential, Vndly and GoSun) moving forward to the next match. Cerkl came in hot with the most votes.

Now we’re moving on to the Elite 8, with the next round closing Saturday, April 5 at 11:59 p.m. Make sure to rally behind your favorite startup on social, during conversations with friends and of course, with your votes, so that it progresses to the next round.

If this is your first Tech Madness voting experience and are unsure who to vote for, worry not. Begin by asking yourself, “who would I invest in?” This answer is, by design, subjective. It could be based on who you think will generate the greatest return, or who’s mission is most aligned with your values and interests or who you’re simply rooting for. However you interpret that question is correct! Just remember, Tech Madness is about voting for one company and not against another.

Vote on!