Stream Live Games:
March Madness is a single-elimination college basketball tournament that spans across multiple apps and providers. The games are broadcast on CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV. The official schedule is located here. You can watch through the following apps:
NCAA March Madness Live: This app will provide the games on TNT, TBS, and TruTV. Cable subscribers can log in to view all the games across those apps, and cord-cutters can watch their first three hours for free without logging in.
Paramount+: You can stream all the CBS games on Paramount+ with a subscription on the Paramount+ app or Paramount+ Prime Video Channels subscription.
Other Streaming Apps:
In addition to NCAA March Madness Live and Paramount+ you can watch the games on the following apps:
CBS Sports: This app will provide all of the CBS games via your Paramount+ login or cable credentials. This app will also deeplink to all TBS, TNT and TruTV games in the March Madness Live app.
Hulu + Live TV: Hulu has live sports and offers CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV with their Live TV plan.*
*Regional restrictions, blackouts and additional terms apply.
SLING TV: Offers TBS, TNT, and TruTV with a SLING Blue subscription, or you can mix and match channels for your own curated offering.
CBS: With the new CBS app you have the option to sign in with your cable provider to stream Live TV from your local CBS station including NCAA March Madness.
Watch TBS: The TBS App will include games from the First Four to Elite Eight. You will login with your cable subscription.
Watch TNT: The TNT app provides games from the First Round and Second Round. You will login with your cable subscription.
truTV: truTV will broadcast the First Four, First Round, and Second Round. You will login with your cable subscription.