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NCAA March Madness Live Adds Multi-Screen Support to Amazon Fire TV & Android TV, New Catchup Feature

Jason Gurwin

For the 2019 NCAA Men’s College Basketball tournament, March Madness Live added support to watch multiple games at once on Apple TV devices. Now, for the 2020 tournament, Turner Sports has added the ability to stream two games side-by-side on Amazon Fire TV and Android TV for the first time.

If you would rather someone switch between games for you, they also have their Fast Break channel which will whip-around games as the action happens. The updated app also includes a brand new “Catch-Up” feature that will let streamers watch a video game summary of all the key plays that happened before you tuned into live coverage.

Starting on March 17th, the streaming app will allow you to watch every March Madness game live (except those airing locally on CBS) when you authenticate with your cable, satellite, streaming service subscription. Your local CBS games can be viewed using the March Madness Live Android or iOS App.

As of today, the only streaming services supported are Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, and AT&T TV. If you don’t have an account, you can access a 3-hour preview to watch games.

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