Tired of flipping back and forth between channels during the early rounds of the tournament, trying to catch your favorite game? Tired of not getting to see the full game, because CBS isn’t covering it? Tired off missing out on the action because your stuck at the office?
If you get the March Madness Live App, you won’t have to be.
The NCAA, in collaboration with Turner Sports and CBS Sports, launched the app to make all the games available on your computer, iPad, iPhone, and Android phones for $3.99. Go to the Apple App Store or Google Play (Android Market).
Coverage begins with the selection show on Sunday and will end with the national championship game in New Orleans on March 31.
For the social media junkies, the Coke Zero NCAA March Madness Social Arena will return this year, extending your game watching experience to your favorite social media outlet. You can get feature video from the game ad share it with friends and family via Facebook and Twitter. The Social Arena will also include commentary from other fans, tournament trivia, and chant and cheer features.
Twitter fans can follow:
@marchmadnessTV – game updates, tip-off times, breaking news alerts and channel details from TBS, TNT, truTV and CBS.
@marchmadness – the official NCAA account offering behind-the-scenes access at tournament games and events.
March Madness Live Features:
Fans can find games by typing in their zip code and selecting their TV provider in order to see their channel lineup for every game on TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV.
Game Center View
The Game Center view provides fans with live in-game stats, live social features, and access to live game radio and video.
Coke Zero NCAA March Madness Social Arena
- Social commentary from other fans
- Tournament trivia
- Chant and cheer features for your favorite teams
- Facebook video gallery
- Live Twitter feed of all 68 teams