The NCAA tournament brackets have been set so let the madness begin. Over the next few weeks, fans all over the country will take to their mobile devices and computers to keep up with their brackets and watch 68 teams battle it out for the national championship.
As you get ready for the tournament, we’re preparing to make your tournament viewing experience with Xfinity TV a slam-dunk -- at home or on-the-go.
Looking to check in on the tournament while at work? With Xfinity TV Go, you can stream, over the Internet, all of the games airing on TBS, TNT and truTV from mobile devices and computers. Just download the Xfinity TV Go app for iOS or Android devices or visit XfinityTV.com, sign in with your Xfinity username and password, click on the "live" section, select the channel to watch and start streaming. If you don’t know your Xfinity credentials, you can easily retrieve them here.
At home, the Sports app on X1 makes it easy to track scores, set recordings and switch between live coverage without having to take your eyes off the game.
Want to watch the game at home but your kids want to watch something else? X1 DVR with cloud technology can stream any live channel on devices throughout the home, so the little ones can still watch their favorites on the big screen while you keep up with the action of the tournament on your tablet, phone or laptop.
We’ve also turned our XfinityTV.com sports microsite into a tournament hub featuring the latest scores, tournament highlights and direct links to watch the action live via Xfinity TV Go.
Xfinity On Demand will be loaded up with content in case you missed any of the previous day’s action, including a Game of the Day replay, regional recaps and game highlights.
With all these options, there’s no excuse to miss a dunk, blocked shot or three-pointer.
Xfinity has always been your home for the most live sports - the Daytona 500, the Super Bowl, the 2014 World Cup and the 2014 Sochi Olympics, just to name a few – and this year’s big dance is no exception. Enjoy the madness!