The whole 67 games of this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament will be available live online, not all of them especially for people without a cable subscription—unless they get a little creative.
For anyone who cares about the tournament, that’s a pretty big exception, the games streamed on CBS include the national championship game on Monday, April 6.
The stream of 22 games will be live for free to everyone online on CBC.
You can watch them all on the Web at: http://www.ncaa.com/march-madness-live
On phone or tablet, you can watch it via the March Madness Live apps for iOS, Android, Amazon, and Windows devices.
Turner spokeswoman told said that Unfortunately, there’s no March Madness Live app for Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, or other TV sticks or set-top boxes.
TNT, TBS, and TruTV are the three Turner networks that will spread the Final Four and the majority of early-round contests. They also will be streamed online on the Web and mobile apps, but you will have to log in with a username and password from your Cable TV provider and if you don’t have one you will be out of luck.
Turner Sports reported that March Madness online viewership reached a new record up 42 percent from 2013, last year it recorded 69.7 million live streams across all platforms.