Tonight is the NCAA Men’s College Basketball National Championship. The teams that are playing are #3 Texas Tech and #1 Virginia. The game begins at 9:20 p.m. ET and will be broadcasted on CBS.
There are going to be three big ways to stream the game this year, with the first one being live TV streaming services. Services like YouTube TV, FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV and PlayStation Vue should be able to do the job.
However, make sure to remember that those streaming services may or may not have your local CBS station, so check on their website before you sign up for the service to find out if they do indeed have your CBS station so that you can stream the game.
The second method would be CBS All Access. Again, you will have to see if your local CBS affiliate is signed on to it, but most CBS stations should be on the service by now. Simply sign up for a free trial of CBS All Access on CBS’s website and you will be able to stream the game from there.
Lastly, the March Madness Live app and website will enable you to watch the game live as well. The app and website do allow for a three-hour period where you will be able to watch the game for free. After that, you will have to log in with a TV provider. Personally, I would do this, if possible, before the game to prevent any sort of bugs or hiccups later on in the game.
All of the services and apps mentioned here are available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. We hope that you enjoy the game!
Feature image courtesy of CBS
UPDATE (04/09/2019): The event has ended. Virginia won the game is the 2019 Men’s College Basketball National Champions