How to Stream March Madness 2023
Hopefully you’ve filled out your bracket by now, because the madness is officially here. The NCAA Draft began last night on Sunday, with the full March schedules for both the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments finalized.
Fans who want to watch all men’s basketball games can subscribe to live television streaming services that provide access to CBS, TBS, TNT or truTV. Additionally, the women’s tournament will be available on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews and ESPNU.
DirecTV Stream, Live TV with Hulu, and YouTube TV provide access to all of these networks.
As for the men’s tournament, Sling TV subscribers must get a Blue plan that carries TBS, TNT and truTV, not CBS. It’s important to note that if you want to watch the Men’s Final Four and NCAA Championship games, you need CBS. FuboTV and Paramount+ Premium only have CBS, not TBS, TNT or truTV.
For fans looking to watch the women’s tournament live, they can also check out FuboTV, which carries ABC, ESPN and ESPN2. However, to get ESPNews and ESPNU, you need to pay an additional $8 per month for the Fubo Extra add-on. DirecTV Stream also charges more for these two channels.
Viewers can also stream the entire tournament on the NCAA’s March Madness Live website or app. However, if you don’t recommend a TV provider, you’ll only get a three-hour preview. March Madness Live recently launched a multi-view streaming option on its website, allowing viewers to watch four matches simultaneously. Fans can also stream two games simultaneously on connected TV devices.
Men’s calendar for March 2023
- First four: March 14-15 at 6:40pm ET on truTV.
- First round: March 16-17 at 12:15pm ET on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV.
- Second round: March 18-19 at 12:10pm ET on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV.
- 16 candies: March 23rd and 24th at 6:30pm ET on CBS and TBS.
- Elite Eight: March 25 at 6:09 PM ET and March 26 at 2:20 PM ET on CBS and TBS.
- Last square: April 1 at 6:09 PM ET on CBS.
- NCAA Championship Game: April 3 at 9:20 PM ET on CBS.
Women’s calendar for March 2023:
- First four: March 15-16 on ESPNU and ESPN2.
- First round: March 17-18
- Second round: March 19-20
- 16 candies: March 24-25 on ESPN.
- Elite Eight: March 26-27 on ESPN.
- Last square: March 31 at 9:30 PM ET on ESPN.
- NCAA Championship Game: April 2nd at 3pm on ABC.
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