On Saturday, April 6th, 2019, the 2019 NCAA Final Four will start. This year there are more options than ever for cord cutters to stream the games. The games will air on CBS for free with an antenna and online through Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and more.
How to Stream NCAA Final Four on CBS
Stream the Game For FREE
The Final Four will be available non-authenticated online at the March Madness website and the March Madness app for connected TV devices, tablets, and mobile phones.
Live TV Streaming Services
CBS will also be streaming on many live TV streaming services including fuboTV, Hulu, YouTube TV, DIRECTV NOW, and PlayStation Vue. These services all offer CBS—but not in every market—so check their websites to see if they offer CBS in your area. CBS Sports’ broadcast coverage of the Final Four will also be available to stream live via the CBS All Access subscription service.
All of these services offer a free trial allowing you to test it out before you pay.
With an Antenna
One option you should always consider is using an antenna. CBS is free over the air in most parts of the United States. You can always use a device like a Tablo DVR or HDHomeRun to stream your antenna to a Roku, Fire TV, or Apple TV. Want to see if you can get CBS where you live free over the air? Check out Antenna Web to find out what you can get with an antenna where you live.
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