NCAA Tournament 2012 Live Stream Online Service Announced
|March 8, 2012||Posted by Dave Kingston under NCAA Basketball, NCAA News & Info, Sports Schedules|
The NCAA Tournament bracket 2012 will have a total of 67 games for fans to enjoy. This year they won’t only be seen on television but also via the NCAA March Madness live streaming video service. The recently-unveiled service allows users to watch the games on a variety of devices for a low price throughout the NCAA tournament. While fans won’t be able to watch NCAA tournament 2012 games for free online, they will have a very low price for this service. Read on for more info about this exciting new release!
The latest service was recently announced at the NCAA March Madness site. This was previously known as “March Madness on Demand” and previously the live stream was free. However, the one-time charge doesn’t seem bad at all for the amount of basketball included. With 67 games on the schedule starting March 13th, being able to see them all is a college basketball fan’s dream come true!
So what is NCAA March Madness Live all about? The newly-announced NCAA tournament streaming service boasts the ability to watch all 67 games from this year’s Big Dance for a one-time price of just $3.99, making a great value for the tournament. The live stream will work on users’ iPads, iPhones, iPod Touch, select Android phones and computers. Users can also use the service on multiple items they own such as a laptop and iPhone, computer and Android device, etc., for the one-time fee.
Features that have been built into this latest NCAA March Madness live stream service include the ability to watch all 67 games each as they happen live, as well as a way to view brackets by region, round and date. Also included will be live box scores, highlights, live radio coverage, the ability to post Facebook or Twitter updates, and the ability to get alerts on the latest news for the NCAA tournament games.
Minimum requirements to use the service on a laptop or PC, per the website:
NCAA March Madness Live™ is optimized for the most recent browsers and requires Flash and a broadband connection. Specifically, NCAA March Madness Live™ supports Internet Explorer 7+, Firefox 6+ and Safari 5.0.2+ and Google Chrome 14+. NCAA March Madness Live™ requires the free Flash plug-in, version 10.2 or greater. To deliver the highest quality video experience, it’s best to limit other application usage (e.g. open email windows, other browsers etc.) when watching video. This will provide more system resources to your video playback experience.
The NCAA tournament live streaming games begin with the First Four which will be played in Dayton, Ohio on March 13th and 14th. This will be a great way for those who might not have Tru TV on their cable or satellite service to catch the first round games. The second round games begin on Thursday, March 15th.
More information on this great new service is available here at the FAQ section of the NCAA March Madness live website.