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Sling TV Scores Big as Most Affordable Way to Watch NCAA Action

The college basketball regular season has come to an end, but we all know the best action is yet to come. With the selection show right around the corner, we can already feel the imminent excitement of buzzer beaters and shocking upsets this NCAA tournament. As the most affordable live streaming service to catch college basketball action this month, Sling TV offers the biggest conference tournaments and NCAA tournament games – plus the semi-finals and championship game. And, since you can easily log in to sling.com on Google Chrome browser, you can watch daytime games right from the office – just keep an eye out for your boss. Find out more on how to watch the games on all your favorite devices below.

NCAA Conference Tournaments

Conference tournaments are now in full swing, and Sling TV customers can tune in to their favorite teams from the nation’s top conferences. Customers with a Sling Orange subscription can watch Big 12, SEC, and ACC games on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 and ACC Network. By subscribing to Sports Extra for $5 per month, Sling Orange customers can access early round action on SEC Network, Pac-12 Networks and ESPNU. Customers with a Sling Blue subscription can watch every game of the Big East tournament and the Pac-12 Championship game on Fox Sports 1, and Sling Blue customers in select markets can catch the Big East Championship game on FOX. For more details on conference tournament schedules, matchups, and channel information, visit our blog.

NCAA Tournament Games

Don’t miss the reveal of the NCAA tournament bracket during the selection show, available to all Sling Orange and Sling Blue subscribers on TBS this Sunday, March 11 at 6 p.m. ET. If you need advice on filling out your bracket, ESPN and ESPN2 will host a 24-hour Tournament Challenge Marathon dedicated to bracket insights, predictions, and analysis starting on Monday, March 12 at 7 p.m. ET, available with a Sling Orange subscription. Sling Orange customers and Sling Blue customers can catch tournament games on TNT and TBS, available in their base services. To watch games on truTV including the opening round play-in games on March 13 and 14, Sling Orange customers can subscribe to Comedy Extra for $5 per month, and Sling Blue customers can view the channel in their base service at no extra cost.

For even more college hoops, with an over-the-air (OTA) antenna, select Sling TV customers can also watch games on CBS completely free (local broadcast channel availability varies based on geography). Find out more about how to watch OTA channels on Sling and view special offers on our blog.

Need a new streaming device to watch the tournament this year? Now through April 7, new Sling TV subscribers who purchase and activate a new Roku device and sign up for Sling TV on-screen after activation will get $50 in Sling TV credits. For more information on this offer, visit roku.com/offers/sling.

National Semi-finals and Championship Game

All Sling Orange customers and Sling Blue customers can watch the semi-final games and championship game on TBS, available in their base service. Don’t miss the semi-finals on Saturday, March 31 at 6:09 p.m. ET and 8:49 p.m. ET, and view the can’t-miss championship game on Monday, April 2 at 9 p.m. ET.

You can find a full schedule of NCAA tournament games on Sling TV on our blog. To keep up with the latest announcements, bookmark this blog, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter (@Sling) or Instagram (@Sling)!

Ankit Bishnoi
Vice President, Content Acquisition and Strategy, Sling TV

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