Last week, Luke shared details about watching March Madness games with streaming services. That list included ways to watch games that air on specific channels.
Now we’re back with another option for watching games at home or on the go with your mobile devices. The NCAA March Madness Live app lets you sign in with your TV provider to make your picks, fill in your bracket, check scores, and most importantly watch games live. With the app, you’ll have access to all of the games, in one convenient location.
On the list of participating TV providers, you’ll find a few streaming services – Hulu, PlayStation Vue, and YouTube TV. Just choose the streaming service you’re subscribed to on the NCAA March Madness website, or on the app, and you’ll be ready to watch.
Tap on the Watch tab on the app to view clips highlighting teams and individual players, behind the scenes videos from the games, and tips for creating your bracket.
Along with watching through the website or app, you can also cast games to your TV with AirPlay or Google Cast.
You can use the app on the following devices:
- Apple TV
- Apple Watch
- Android phones and tablets
- Windows phones and tablets
- Windows 10
- Amazon Fire TV
- Web browsers
- Oculus (Final Four games only)
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