The app of your phone called March Madness Live is the way to watch all 67 NCAA Tournament games throughout the entire tournament.
Just like the folks, you blinked, and the Big Dance is here! March Madness, or the 2018 NCAA Tournament starts its first official rounds of games on Mar. 15. If you are for some reason without a cable subscription and want to find a way to watch all of the games live, there is no need to fear. there are plenty of streaming options available to you.
Stream March Madness Live
This year, the NCAA will live stream every single March Madness game on its March Madness Live app across sixteen different platforms! Thanks to March Madness Live, you know have a way to get buckets! The 16 platforms include your iOS devices, Apple TV, Android phones and Tablets, Amazon Echo devices, Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Gear VR, Google Daydream, Roku and Xbox One.
Other ways to find it are using the mobile web, your desktop, AirPlay and Chromecast. All you have to do is look through your respective app store on your device for March Madness Live. Like past years, March Madness Live, like most live stream apps, will offer a three-hour temporary preview period, giving their suers access to live game streaming until the timer is up, and then you’ll have to provide your cable login to continue.
For all of the first round games during the tournament, March Madness Live with have something they call Fast Break, which is a live-streaming and whip around news coverage option. The floor also has real-time highlights, stats, and a live blog during the games that will provide additional commentary.
Key Dates to look out for!
- NCAA March Madness Selection show is on Sunday, March 11.
- Play-in games start on March 13th.
- The first full day of games is on March 15th
- The Final Four is on March 31.
- Championship game is on April 2.