The 2018 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship, college basketball's big dance otherwise known as March Madness, officially started its first round of tournament games on March 15. March Madness lasts an incredible 15 days.
We've already seen several tournament upsets, including No. 16 seed UMBC defeating a No. 1 seed Virginia. Hopefully your bracket isn't busted as we've reached the Sweet 16.
March Madness 2018: How to live-stream for free
This year, the NCAA will live-stream in real time all 67 March Madness games including Kansas vs Seton Hall on its March Madness Live product across 16 platforms. Score! Just search your device's respective app store for the March Madness Live app.
Now, if you could just nail those bracket picks.
The platforms include 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. Also supported are mobile web, desktop web, AirPlay, and Chromecast.Here's how you can watch the NCAA March Madness tournament on your phone, Apple TV and more. (Image: NCAA)
Like past years, NCAA March Madness Live will have a