NCAA Selection Sunday 2022: Everything You Need to Know!
Selection Sunday live streams will be broadcast across the globe tonight, when the NCAA College Basketball playoff bracket is laid out for the world to see. There are still three No. 1 seeds up for grabs, but you can keep up with the latest developments with a new streaming service that has just launched.
Selection This weekend is all about the big bracket announcement, so that everyone can see who has a good chance of making it all the way to the finish, and so that fans can begin making their office pool choices for the tournament. However, last night’s ACC championship game between Virginia Tech and Duke resulted in some good news for today.
Until the end of the conference tournaments, we only know that Gonzaga is the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference (its fourth No. 1 in five years). Their eighth WCC championship in nine years was sealed with an 82-69 victory against St. Mary’s.
Baylor and Kansas will go head-to-head for one of four remaining No. 1 seeds in the Big 12 championship game on Sunday. Depending on how they do in their final games, Kentucky has the potential to alter the whole mathematical landscape.
With a complete schedule and everything we’ve learned about the brackets so far, we’ve put together this guide to Selection Sunday online.
When and where can you watch Selection Sunday online?
It’s not too late, hoops fanatics, if you’ve had to leave your own “bubble” for some inexplicable reason — or can’t get CBS where you are — to watch Selection Sunday live streaming. The same streaming services you’ve previously paid for are still available while using a VPN to make it look as if you’re in your hometown (or any other location where blackouts won’t occur).
Watch Selection Sunday in the United States using these simple instructions:
Hulu with Live TV and YouTube TV are available in the US, but they don’t make our list of the top streaming services. At $70 and $65, they’re a little on the pricey side.
There is a new strategy for watching March Madness and Selection Sunday now that we’ve got a new game plan in place. CBS is available with Paramount Plus Premium ($9.99 per month), while the other March Madness networks (TBS, TNT, and truTV) are available via Sling TV Blue ($35 per month), which is far less expensive.
It all adds out to $45 a month, which is $20 to $25 less expensive than the other alternatives available.
In the UK, how do you watch Selection Sunday?
BT Sport will have live coverage of the event, from Selection Sunday until the games, while ESPNHD will also be available for those in the United States.
Depending on whether or not you currently have a BT TV and/or internet subscription, prices might vary greatly. After paying a £20 upfront cost, you may add the Sports package for £15/month, or you can choose to pay £40/month for Sky’s Big Sports package and have access to all of their sports channels, including March Madness.
BT Sport Monthly Pass (£25) is another alternative for non-BT members, which allows you to watch through an app for a certain period of time and does not need a long-term contract.
All of this sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? However, if you reside outside of the United Kingdom, you may still watch March Madness live streaming on a service.
In Canada, how do you watch Selection Sunday?
Only a few of NCAA games will be shown on TSN (TSN2 has an NCAA Bracketology special on Selection Sunday), but we can see that there are some NCAA games on TSN.
Completists, on the other hand, should use a VPN, much like those in the UK, to view the games.
In Australia, how do you watch Selection Sunday?
If you’re looking for a live stream of March Madness in Australia, Kayo Sports looks to be your best option. A 14-day free trial is offered by Kayo for both its Basic and Premium subscriptions, so you have plenty of time to verify that the games are, in fact, being shown. After the first month, the Basic plan will cost you $25 a month.
The monthly fee is $35 Premium Kayo has all the same features as the standard plan, but it also allows you to watch three separate streams at once. You get two streams simultaneously with the Basic package.
In order to get the complete American broadcasts, you’ll have to pay extra.