This year the NCAA March Madness Championship Game is on TBS. If you own a Roku, Fire TV, Android TV, Chromecast, and other set top boxes Sling TV is your best bet to watch the game. (Sadly no CBS coverage this year but from our understanding it will be back on CBS next year.)
Don’t want to pay for Sling TV? They offer a free 7-day trial of Sling TV to see if it meets your needs and watch the game. Even better there are no contracts so you can sign up for Sling TV and end your subscription when the tournament is over if you aren’t satisfied.
So you should be all set to watch the NCAA March Madness Championship game on you Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, Android TV, iOS, Android, and more!
Note: You could use the new Playstation Vue service but the starting packages are $30 or $40 a month depending on where you live. So we recommend the cheaper Sling TV $20 package that gives you all the same games.
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