March Madness is in full swing and for many of you, it's the most wonderful time of the year. To catch all of the games will need access to CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV. You can also catch games on the NCAA March Madness Live App. All of these options are great, but if you've cut the cord and cancelled your cable TV service, it will be a challenge to catch all of the games as you only option will be CBS. Even the March Madness App requires you to be subscribed to a pay TV provider. Fear not, if want to keep up with all of that awesome March Madness action, you can use the following streaming services.
Thankfully, streaming services and the March Madness Live app are available on a wide variety of devices. You can choose to watch games on such devices as Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, gaming systems and your smartphone and tablet. Which streaming service will work for you? Let's take a look at the following:
1. Sling TV. Sling TV is a live streaming service that gives you access to most pay TV services. Unfortunately, CBS isn't included with Sling TV, but you won't miss anything if you get a HD antenna. You can watch games on your computer and Sling has an app allow you to watch games anywhere.
2.Hulu. Hulu offers a 7 day free trial which goes up to $39.99 a month. All of CBS and all of the other stations showing March Madness games are included with Hulu, plus you can use your Hulu login information to acces the March Madness Live App.
3. PlayStation Vue. Vue is Sony's live streaming service that offers a free 5 day trial and goes up to $39.99 a month. CBS is included in the service. You can download the PS Vue app to watch games on the go and you get access to March Madness Live. When you watch games on your Playstation 4, You can watch 3 channels at once.
4. YouTube TV. YouTube's live streaming services is now available in 90 markets. You get a 7 day free trial and you monthly subscription is $35. monthly after a free seven-day trial, has CBS live channels on board in all but Jackson, Miss. (Check YouTubeTV.com for locations.)
5. DirecTV Now. One of the latest enteries in the live streaming TV services, DirecTV Now offers full coverage of March Madness. Like the other services, you get a 7 day free trial and a monthly subcription of $35. If you take advantage of their special offer, you can get the first three months of service for $10 a month if you use code YESNOW3.
It's a great time for cord cutters because up until recently, it was hard to watch live sporting events without subscribing to a cable service. So relax and take advantage of these streaming services and enjoy one the greatest sporting events of the year.