Ways to Take Advantage of the Technology Trends to stream March Madness Online

The 2023 March Madness kicked off on 14th March 2023, and there are amazing odds to win March Madness. You can watch famous college basketball events anywhere, thanks to technological trends. The road to finding the  NCAA Division I college basketball champions for 2023 isn’t easy as the teams have prepared to face off both in the men’s and women’s categories.

We aim to ensure you don’t miss the “madness,” hype, and every action in the field. So how can you stream March Madness with the help of modern tech trends? Keep reading as we explore the top platform that will help you enjoy every game of the championship.

Ways to Take Advantage of the Technology Trends to stream March Madness Online
Ways to Take Advantage of the Technology Trends to stream March Madness Online

YouTube TV

Youtube is one of the most popular entertainment platforms in the world. Besides general content on the platform, Youtube has a new streaming service with a payment plan. The Youtube TV plan has four channels that bring all the games to you.

Besides, you have access to 85 other channels with unlimited recording space. The availability of more channels means that you will enjoy additional entertainment apart from watching the games.

If you are ready to watch the games, get the monthly subscription plan at $64.99. Thankfully, the service is available on Android TV, AppleTV, Amazon FireTV,  Roku, and other streaming devices.

DirectTV Stream

You may opt for the DirectTV Stream if you are not using the Youtube TV service. The streaming service brings all the matches live, plus you get 65 live TV channels and an additional 40000 on-demand titles. With all the items in a single package, you are good to enjoy unlimited content.

The subscription is $69.99 per month, which is slightly more expensive than Youtube Tv. The best part is that if you get a five-day free trial, the amount will automatically be charged to your card. I liked the free trial allowing me to experience the service.

You can get an account and begin your free trial while waiting for the March Madness kick-off. Most streaming devices support Directv.

Hulu + Live TV

As the calendar flips, HULU + Live TV brings you closer to March Madness. You can stream the games and enjoy tons of movies afterward from HuLu. Apart from covering March Madness, the service allows you to enjoy sports and Disney+ and ESPN+ from the same package.

I liked the Hulu subscription option that charges $69.99 monthly and offers a 7 days free trial period. With the free option, you can catch a weekend of March Madness.

Other Options to Watch for Free

Did you know you can enjoy free stream March Madness games? Below are additional options you can explore.

Selection – March 13 on CBS is available for a free trial upon subscription. Simply get a CBS account and watch the games.

You can watch the first four for free on March 15 and 16 on TBS and truTV. After enjoying free options for the rest of the games, the service will require you to pay.

You can proceed to round 1/2  on March 17-20 on CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV. The channels will offer you a full HD experience of the games.

CBS and TBS TV will bring you the action on March 24 and 25. You can tune in to explore the matches and see how the teams advance to the next levels.

On March 26 and 27, you can get CBS and TBS live for the Elite Eight. In addition, you will watch the Final four on April 2 on TBS.

Finally, the National Championship game is live on TBS on April 4th.

The above networks will offer you a free streaming option. You can catch games based on the schedule and enjoy the outcomes.


March Madness is one of the most followed events in the USA. It allows college students to compete in the championship as they grow their gaming skills. While the games are held in various locations, you can catch them at home.

We have shared the top channels offering paid and free trials so you can watch the games throughout March. You can try out one or more of the channels to enjoy the outcomes. Let us know how your selected channel is working for you.

Marie Foster
Marie Foster
Marie Foster is a reporter based in UK. Marie has also worked as a columnist for the various news sites.


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