What are the best sites to stream NCAA tournament?

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    #1Sling TV

    Sling TV

    Sling TV is the most popular service for TV channels online because of its high-quality content and reliability. Plus, it supports Xbox, Roku, Smart TVs, desktop; iPhones. It also provides sports like NBA and much more.


    $15- 1 month

    Richard Robertson
    Written on March 7, 2019
    "The best thing about Sling TV? Its price. It offers one of the cheapest prices (from $25-$40/month) for watching college basketball online. "
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    FuboTV is an American over-the-top internet TV service with the best streams of world soccer, American sports, motorsports & more without long-term contracts. It offers a 7-day free trial and also has a platform for Android and iOS devices.


    $54.99- Varies by plan

    Eric Morgan
    Written on March 7, 2019
    "There are so many channels on fuboTv but ESPN is missing. You'll get evrything that you wanted for other sports broadcast but I don't recommend it much for college basketball. I think it's the only disadvantage. "
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    #3Hulu Live

    Hulu Live

    Hulu With Live TV is an extension for the Hulu streaming service that allows users to watch live and on-demand channels. Its channels range from news, live sports, cartoons, and general entertainment. 


    $44.99- 1 month

    Sarah Taylor
    Written on March 7, 2019
    "Hulu has the simplest collection of channels but it offers the best package for NCAA live stream. It has ESPN and CBS and other college sports networks. "
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    #4DirecTV Now

    DirecTV Now

    DirecTV Now, which is now called AT&T TV Now, is an online streaming service owned by telecom company AT&T in 2016. Through this streaming service, users will be able to enjoy live news, sports, events, and shows as they happen. 


    $50- Varies by plan

    Ayaan Kapur
    Written on March 7, 2019
    "with directv now, you have to spend more to match what the other service providers offer. there's a lot to love about it but i don't think the extra dollars are worth it. "
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    #5Youtube TV

    Youtube TV

    YouTube TV is an online platform that streams more than 60 live and on-demand channels. It supports a limitless Cloud-based DVR of videos and works on most devices across all platforms.


    $49.99- /month

    Peter Wade
    Written on March 7, 2019
    "this one costs $40 a month and it has a lot of similarities to hulu live. but it's up to you to choose what other channels are included. you can create 6 accounts per household with youtube tv. "
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    #6Sony PlayStation Vue

    Sony PlayStation Vue

    Sony PlayStation Vue is a live streaming TV service where you can watch and enjoy sports, news, movies, TV shows, premium channels and more. Although the service is paid, it also offers a free trial to the users.


    $50- Varies by plan

    Sun Yuan
    Written on March 7, 2019
    "I recommend getting the core package if you want to get something for everyone. Although it's pricier than the others, it's worth it. "
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    ESPN+ is a video streaming subscription service that provides live sports coverages for MLB, NBA, NFL, MLS, NHL, PGA TOUR, Wimbledon, US Open and Australian Open, and many others. It also features award-winning ESPN original shows. 


    $4.99- Free trial available

    Louis Fields
    Written on March 7, 2019
    "contrary to what most people think, espn+ is not a standalone service. it's just an extension of espn's live coverage. i upgraded to it for just $4.99 a month and it's the best i've got in sports streaming. "
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    #8FOX Sports GO

    FOX Sports GO

    FOX Sports GO is a TV service offered by FOX Sports for Android and iOS devices. Users can watch live sports and shows from FOX Sports, Fox Sports 2, FOX Sports Regional Network, and other FOX channels.


    Web, iOS, Android, Kodi

    Varies by plan

    Shaurya Khan
    Written on March 7, 2019
    "It has FS1, FS2, Big Ten Network, and other Fox Sports channel that’s included in your package. It’s great!! "


Best What are the best sites to stream NCAA tournament
1Sling TVWebsites 23 Paid
2fuboTVWebsites 15 Paid
3Hulu LiveWebsites 6 Paid
4DirecTV NowWebsites 4 Paid
5Youtube TVWebsites 3 Paid
6Sony PlayStation VueWebsites 3 Paid
7ESPN+Websites 1 Paid
8FOX Sports GOApps 1 Free

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