Fubo TV, which markets itself as a sports-first streaming option is in a weird position going into the start of March Madness. It will not be able to offer users the ability to see most of the games.
This is because despite access to multiple ESPN networks, RSN’s, Fox Sports and the major broadcast networks, Fubo TV does not offer any of the Tuner networks owned by Warner Bros Discovery. This shuts Fubo out of TBS, TNT and TruTV which all host NCAA tournament games as part of a multi-year arrangement that also includes CBS. Fubo TV does offer CBS meaning viewers will be able to take in a number of games Thursday and Friday but will definitely not be able to jump around depending on where the most exciting game is. It is sort of a throwback to the days before the digital revolution.
The good news is as the tournament moves forward the games split between TBS and CBS with the championship final on CBS.
- (9) Maryland vs. (8) West Virginia | 12:15 p.m., CBS
- (16) Texas A&M-CC vs. (1) Alabama | 2:45 p.m., CBS
- (12) College of Charleston vs. (5) San Diego State | 3:10 p.m
- (12) Oral Roberts vs. (5) Duke | 7:10 p.m., CBS
- (13) Lousiana vs. (4) Tennessee | 9:40 p.m., CBS
Friday’s CBS Games
- (10) USC vs. (7) Michigan State | 12:15 p.m., CBS
- (15) Vermont vs. (2) Marquette | 2:45 p.m., CBS
- (11) Providence vs. (6) Kentucky | 7:10 p.m., CBS
- (14) Montana State vs. (3) Kansas State | 9:40 p.m., CBS