It's time for one of the greatest spectacles in all of sports - March Madness - The Final Four - college basketball's National Championship. Millions of fans bet hundreds of millions of dollars on the outcome and the success of their "brackets". No wonder people everywhere are looking for ways to see all the games, even while at work.
Somebody "Cue the internet"! That's where all 67 games in the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament will be available. Some of the contests will require a password through the cable company or satellite TV subscription. But there are "ways" to see and hear what you want, even if the boss might prefer you do other things, such as...work?The sports fanatics at the Washington Post feel your pain. They know you have a need to know so they put together a viewers guide here. From the article, here is an example of where to get the goods on the Madness: "With Vue on a PlayStation 4 device, you can watch three channels on the same screen at once. This means you can keep up with games being televised simultaneously on different channels, or have a talk show taking up one of the three streams. Vue offers just one game at a time on other devices. The March Madness app on Apple TV also offers three games simultaneously, up from two last year."
So now you know how and where to get your games....WHO do you think will win the title?
If you have the confidence of your convictions you may want to play along with us here at Town Square Media. Check the noteworthy bar on this website and look for the Million Dollar Bracket Challenge. Its free to enter thanks to our sponsor Yakima Steak Company and you have a shot A Million dollars,Ten Grand or a great 55" Television set. Better hurry, the deadline to enter is Thursday.