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The Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament, also known as March Madness, experienced some remarkable performances and shocking upsets in the first round, including wins by No. 14 Oakland, No. 13 Yale, and No. 11 Oregon. However, the favorites largely dominated the second round, with only one double-digit seed remaining in the men’s bracket – No. 11 NC State. As the Sweet 16 approaches, fans are gearing up for exciting matchups. To stream every game of the tournament, fans can subscribe to Max (with Ads) and Paramount Plus with Showtime, costing a total of $22 per month.

For fans looking to watch or stream March Madness, they can access the tournament on CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV. To catch all the action, viewers can opt for a combination of Max and Paramount Plus with Showtime streaming services for just $22 per month. Max is the more affordable option at $10 per month, offering games on TBS, TNT, and TruTV. Paramount Plus with Showtime, priced at $12 per month, is necessary to watch games broadcast on CBS. Fans can watch March Madness on various devices, including smartphones, tablets, streaming platforms, and gaming consoles.

To save over 40% on annual plans for Max, viewers have the option of choosing limited-time offers. Paramount Plus with Showtime is required to stream games on CBS, with a monthly cost of $12. The tournament schedule includes upcoming matchups in the Sweet 16, Elite Eight, Final Four, and the NCAA championship game in April. With the four channels needed to watch every game, several live TV streaming services provide options for fans, such as YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, and Sling TV. Each service offers free trials and the flexibility to cancel anytime.

YouTube TV, priced at $73 per month, is a recommended option for college basketball fans as it includes CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV, along with multi-view functionality. Hulu with Live TV and DirecTV Stream also provide access to all four channels needed for March Madness but at higher costs. Sling TV, at $40 per month, offers TBS, TNT, and TruTV, making it a great option for those not needing to watch every game. Viewers can choose the live TV streaming service that best fits their preferences and budget to enjoy all the excitement of March Madness from the Sweet 16 to the championship game.

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