March Madness 2023 is in full swing with 32 teams all vying to become the 2022-23 national champion. The Round of 32 is underway this weekend. Like last year, the NCAA tournament is being broadcast across multiple networks and we’ve got you covered on how to watch 2023 March Madness from anywhere.
From the Round of 32 to the Final Four and the National Championship game in Houston, here’s the complete schedule, game times, and where to stream all the NCAA Tournament games.
How to watch 2023 March Madness online
The men’s NCAA tournament games will be broadcast on CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV.
If you want access to allthe March Madness games online, that’s happening on Sling TV and Hulu with Live TV. Hulu begins streaming with Sunday Selection and their live coverage won’t stop until the nail-biting March Madness Championship Game ends. Both Sling and Hulu are not just sharing the men’s games, the live TV streaming services also streaming the fast-paced women’s tournament too.
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Men’s March Madness 2023 Schedule
There will be 68 Division I college basketball teams playing in the NCAA March Madness tournament. The tournament kicks off on Tuesday with the First Four games. The First Four and the round of 64 teams is set. Here’s the full NCAA schedule with times and channels for each game during this year’s tournament: