March Madness Live to Reach a Record 17 Platforms This Year, Including Apple Watch, Oculus Go, & Echo Devices
Following the news last week that NCAA March Madness Live has expanded to Android TV, Turner Sports announced that March Madness Live will be available on 17 platforms. A full list is below.
The service has also added support for Oculus Go, while removing it from the Google Daydream VR platform. For the third year in a row, NCAA March Madness Live will offer 21 games in virtual reality including the Final Four and the NCAA Championship Game.
March Madness Live lets fans watch every March Madness game when they authenticate with their cable or streaming subscription. Without authenticating, users can watch all CBS games for free on mobile devices, as well as a 3-hour preview to watch games on TBS, TNT, and truTV.
This year, March Madness Live has extended their Fast Break broadcast, which offers live whip-around coverage. Last year, it just covered the first two days and this year it will cover all games during the first weekend (March 21 - 24).
Want to Watch March Madness without Cable?
Not only will you be able to watch games live on CBS, TNT, TBS, and TruTV, you can record it to your Cloud DVR or watch them on-demand.
Includes: CBS, TBS, TNT, & TruTV
All Supported Platforms for March Madness Live
- Apple TV
- Apple Watch
- Android Phone
- Android Tablet
- Android TV
- Amazon Echo
- Amazon Fire Tablets
- Amazon Fire TV
- Roku Streaming Players
- Roku TV
- Xbox One
- Oculus Go
- Samsung Gear VR
- Mobile Web
- Desktop Web