How to Watch NCAA March Madness 2018 Basketball Games
The NCAA tournament games is a Division I (men college basketball) Championship also referred to as March Madness kicked off 15th of March. This is a must watch thrilling tournament whose always surprised many due to its unpredictability which demonstrates its level of competitiveness given the enormous potential of American basketball talent and skills. This 15 incredible day tournament is something that you wouldn’t want to miss out on and there are many options for you to stream matches live.
NCAA is set to live stream all of the 67 March Madness tournament games on its live product all across 16 different platforms. They include the following: devices of iOS, Apple TV, Android powered and Amazon devices (Echo and Fire), Samsung VR Gears, Google’s Daydream, Roku, and gaming device Xbox One. Other supported web devices are mobile, desktop, AirPlay, and there is also Chromecast.
As for cable subscribers to live-stream games that are broadcasted on TBS, TNT, and truTV, you can sign up for the following streaming TV service: DirecTV Now, Hulu Live, Playstation Vue, Sling TV, or YouTube TV. There is also the inclusion of pay TV channels owned by Turner. This also enables subscribers in many parts of the country to stream local broadcasting channels such as CBS and the great thing is it’s at no extra cost.
How to Watch NCAA March Madness 2018
There is also the option of virtual reality streaming of a select NCAA games VR app available on Oculus Store and Google Play. 21 of these games will be streamed live in VR which you can view by purchasing a “VR ticket” at a fee of $2.99 for every game or simply pay $19.99 for all 21 game live streaming VR experience.
I have taken the liberty of further breaking down to you in summary the options for streaming March Madness 2018 NCAA Tournament Games. Check them out
NCAA Fast Break streaming option: For starters, like they usually do, NCAA tournament viewership has a 3 hour period free online viewership. This is a temporary preview where users are given access to streaming live before you are required to log in using a pay TV.
Apple TV Streaming option :For those who have Apple TV for the first time NCCA will allow funs to stream three games through their app giving you a multi-game viewership experience.
Watch NCAA March Madness 2018 live on FuboTV (try it free)
NCAA- Turner partnership: The NCAA- Turner partnership will enable those of iStreamPlanet to have a 60fps option for their video streaming. This is available to Apple TV, FuboTV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, and Xbox.
Live-streaming via CBS: Those not having access to CBS on their TV, there is the option of live-streaming CBS content on any preferred device thanks to CBS All Access $5.99 monthly service. You can also check it out free of charge during their trial period that lasts a week.
As you have seen this year NCAA has gone all out to ensure that everyone is able to catch the March Madness 2018 NCAA tournament games. So don’t be left behind select your preferred live streaming option and enjoy.