How to watch all of the 2019 March Madness games live

No cable? No problem! There are plenty of ways you can still catch all of the action from this year's NCAA Tournament. 

March Madness officially kicks off on March 17, or "Selection Sunday," when the tournament bracket is unveiled. From there, games will be held nearly every day up until the championship on April 9. 

Thankfully, cutting the cord doesn't mean you have to miss the most wonderful time of the (college basketball) year. 

Make sure you're prepared for March Madness with these options:  

  • CBS All-Access: Stream CBS channels for $5.99 per month (or commercial free for $9.99)
  • Hulu: Watch live sports, including March Madness, as well as news and entertainment shows for $44.99 per month
  • Sling TV: Choose your own package starting at $15 per month with extra sports add-ons for only $5

And if you're in need of hardware to stream on, the above apps are all available on both Roku TV and Amazon Fire TV

Once the bracket is set, March Madness games will begin on March 19. 

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