These are the Streaming Services Compatible with the NCAA March Madness Live App

NCAA 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).

Unfortunately, even though most of the Live TV Streaming Services have access to CBS, TNT, TBS, & truTV, only three of them work with the March Madness Live App. For the 2019 NCAA Tournament, you can use PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live TV, or YouTube TV.

Once you authenticate, you can access TBS, TNT, and truTV games on streaming media players like Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV. CBS games are limited to mobile devices and tablets, so if you want to watch on the big screen, you should stream using your streaming service’s app.

Want to Watch March Madness without Cable?

Top Pick

With fuboTV you’ll be able to watch every game in the tournament. You can try it for free with a 7-Day Free Trial.

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.

fuboTV

Price: $45
Includes: CBS, TBS, TNT, & TruTV

Budget Pick

With CBS All Access you’ll be able to watch 24 games on CBS. You can try it for free with a 7-Day Free Trial.

If you want a budget friendly way to add TBS, TNT, & TruTV, you can add Sling TV which is offers them for just $15 after a 7-Day Free Trial.

CBS All Access

Price: $5.99
Includes: CBS