March Madness 2015 is underway and once again, the NCAA is live-streaming every game online for free. So whether you’re at work or don’t have cable at home, you will be able to watch the entire tournament on your computer. There are also several ways to watch the games on mobile devices.
Below is all the information you need to get started.
All you have to do to watch every game online is go to NCAA.com’s March Madness Live, where you can find schedules, scores and the official tournament bracket. There is no need to log in or even provide the site with any info. Just click the “live” button on the game you want and start watching.
There’s even the famous “Boss Button” that quickly cuts the sound and brings up screens like this one to make it look like you’re doing some very important Power Point presentation work:
If you want to watch the games live on your mobile device, it gets a little bit trickier, but it’s still doable.
With the official NCAA March Madness iPhone and iPad app, you can watch every game live, but you will have to log in with your cable provider info to do so.
On Android, Amazon is offering its own NCAA March Madness Live app, though it also requires a pay-TV login. The app does give a short preview of the game play before making you log in.
You can get the full game schedule and bracket at ncaa.com.
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