The month of March is here, which means it’s time for March Madness. Every year, the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments are among the most anticipated athletic events.
Championship week is now in full swing, with teams vying for a spot in the big dance in their respective conference championships. Everything is leading up to Selection Sunday, March 13th, when the official MM brackets will be announced. Then it’s on to the main event: the NCAA tournament, which will last three weeks and crown the men’s and women’s national champions.
March Madness Begins On March 15
On Tuesday, March 15, 2022, March Madness will commence.
Following the completion of brackets on Selection Sunday, MM begins just a few days later. The NCAA men’s basketball tournament’s First Four play-in games will be held on March 15, and March 16, while the NCAA women’s basketball tournament’s First Four games will be held on March 16 and Thursday, March 17. The NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments are also available to watch online and via streaming.
All men’s and women’s tournament action will be available via live TV streaming platforms such as Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Stream from selection Sunday until the actual games.
If you have a subscription to these services, you can watch the games live online via MM Live for the men’s tournament (you can watch up to three hours for free if you don’t) and the Watch ESPN mobile app and feature on ESPN.com for the women’s tournament.
It’s also possible to enjoy March Madness on Paramount Plus. Subscribers to Paramount Plus Premium get access to live feeds of all 18 CBS March Madness matches.
March Madness is available for iPad, iPhone, and Apple TV.