Can you watch the 2018 NCAA Tournament on your mobile device?

Wednesday, 14 Mar, 2018

To see every game, you will need CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV channels - included on most pay-TV packages.

Fortunately for you - though not your boss - all the games in the NCAA men's basketball tournament will be available online, and the March Madness website even has a "boss button" to hide your screen during work. If you are for some reason without a cable subscription and want to find a way to watch all of the games live, there is no need to fear. there are plenty of streaming options available to you. According to USA Today, services like YouTube TV and Sony's PlayStation Vue allow users to sign into the NCAA March Madness Live app on mobile or via a TV streaming device.

It's the time of year again when almost all of America-basketball fans or not-seems to get caught up March Madness.

The March Madness Live app, from Turner Sports, CBS and the NCAA, lets you watch the men's basketball tournament while on the go.

Play-in games start on March 13th. The 16 platforms include your iOS devices, Apple TV, Android phones and Tablets, Amazon Echo devices, Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Gear VR, Google Daydream, Roku and Xbox One.

Fans will have access to a virtual courtside seat via two ticket options, VR Ticket and VR Tournament Pass. VR Ticket costs United States dollars 2.99 per game, while VR Tournament Pass offers access to all 21 games and features available in VR for USD 19.99. You could use an antenna to get CBS - check the site for more information - or subscribe to CBS All Access. A special offer gets you the first three months of service for $10 a month if you use code YESNOW3. Sling Blue has truTV. After a free seven-day trial, it is $19.99 for the first month, then $44.99 monthly.

Otherwise, you can have multiple browser tabs open or watch simultaneously on a phone and a personal computer.

This means you can keep up with games being televised simultaneously on different channels, or have a talk show taking up one of the three streams.

A new feature called Fast Break will switch from game to game automatically during the first round, depending on the action. It's similar to the NFL RedZone or the Olympics' Gold Zone. "We are going to re-create that because fans have been saying for years that they miss that experience".