How to Watch NCAA Selection Sunday Reveal: Streaming Options and More

How to Watch NCAA Selection Sunday Reveal: Streaming Options and More

Selection Sunday is finally here, the much-anticipated day for college basketball enthusiasts. This is when the NCAA releases rankings and seedings for the NCAA College Basketball Tournament, also known as March Madness.

Selection Sunday is the beginning of the NCAA College Basketball Tournament, where 68 men's teams and 68 women's teams are revealed for the knockout bracket of the tournament. Teams qualify through regular season performance, winning conference championships, or receiving at-large bids.

If you're looking to watch the NCAA Selection Sunday reveals but don't have cable, there are various streaming options available. Paramount+ with Showtime and Hulu + Live TV/ESPN+ bundle are two streaming services offering live coverage of the selection reveals.

For those wanting access to the vast library of movies and TV shows, Paramount+ with Showtime is a great option. It offers a seven-day free trial and costs $11.99 per month thereafter.

Fubo is another streaming service worth considering, particularly for sports fans. It provides access to both men's and women's selection reveals, all March Madness games, local TV affiliates, and 1,000 hours of cloud DVR storage. The Pro tier starts at $80 a month, with a first-month discount currently available.

If you prefer a more affordable option, Sling TV is a great choice. Their Orange tier plan includes access to local network affiliates (excluding CBS), NFL Network, and ESPN for $40 a month. A current promotion offers Sling Orange for $120 for four months when prepaid.

Lastly, for those who want to watch the tournaments without a subscription, using an indoor TV antenna is a cost-effective way to access local channels like CBS, ABC, FOX, and more for free.

As the Selection Sunday shows kick off the excitement for March Madness, fans can expect a thrilling tournament ahead. Stay tuned for more updates on the NCAA College Basketball Tournament.

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