March Madness 2023: Where Can I Stream It?

The women’s national championship game has been scheduled. Today’s last game of the women’s March Madness tournament will pit No. 3 LSU against No. 2 Iowa at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. The Final Four concluded on Friday, with LSU defeating No. 1 seed Virginia Tech and Iowa defeating the tournament’s top team (until then), unbeaten No. 1 South Carolina, due to a game-high 41 points by Buckeyes point player Caitlin Clark.

Today’s women’s national championship game airs on ABC and ESPN at 3:30 p.m. ET (12:30 p.m. PT). Here’s all you need to know about watching without a cable subscription.

Can I Stream March Madness For Free?

You may watch games for free by going to the NCAA’s March Madness Live website or using its March Madness Live app. March Madness Live is available on iOS and Android smartphones, as well as Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, and Xbox. AirPlay and Chromecast are also supported by the app.

There is, as with most free things, a catch. You get a three-hour preview if you do not prove you are a pay-TV member, after which you must register to continue watching.

To watch the women’s NCAA basketball tournament, you can utilize a live TV streaming service. All five of the main live TV streaming sites provide the channels needed to view every game but bear in mind that not every service covers every local network, so check each and every one using the links below to ensure that ABC is available in your region. The rest of the tournament may also be seen on ESPN +. The NCAA March Madness Live app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV allows you to watch all of the March Madness 2023 games in one spot – however, a TV provider login is necessary.

If you do not have a cable/provider login, you may obtain full access through the March Madness Live app by signing up for a streaming live TV package with DirecTV Stream or YouTube TV.