The field of 68 has been set, and Comcast has been gearing up to ensure Xfinity TV customers will have an easy time catching all of the buzzer-beating action of NCAA tournament across devices. With tools to personalize viewing on TV, online or on mobile devices, tracking this year’s Cinderella team will be a cinch for Xfinity TV customers, even amid the first-round chaos.
There are 67 games spread across four networks (CBS, TNT, TBS and TruTV), but we’ve simplified things for basketball fans wanting to see every matchup live. Tipping off the action tonight is NCAA March Madness Live®, an unlimited streaming viewing experience throughout Turner Sports and CBS Sports' coverage. Xfinity TV customers will have access to all games on the digital device of their choice by logging in with their Xfinity TV credentials (note: games broadcast on CBS do not require sign-in). We’ve made that small step even easier for Xfinity TV subscribers at home using their Xfinity High-Speed Internet service: our customers will be verified automatically to March Madness Live®, meaning they will be granted seamless access to any games requiring registration without having to enter a username or password throughout the tournament.
Xfinity customers can follow all the action at the Xfinity.com/TV March Madness microsite, which will also offer game highlights, regional breakdowns, a Game of the Day replay, the latest news and live scores. To manage the madness, Xfinity TV Sports Remote app users on Apple iOS and Android devices can tune their TVs to live games, get real-time score updates and set DVR recordings wherever, whenever they choose. The same feature is available on our sports app on the Xfinity X1 platform.
With all of this at Xfinity TV customers’ fingertips, there’s plenty of exciting basketball action to be had… even after brackets go bust.