Watching the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament without cable used to be easy. As long as you had an internet connection, CBS and Turner (TBS, TNT, and TruTV), which co-broadcast March Madness, let you watch all 67 games online free of charge.

Even though restrictions have tightened a bit since 2013 (the last year that all of the games were streamed online for free), 2015 still saw a 10% rise in online viewership. With such high demand, it only makes sense that CBS, Turner, and the NCAA would stop giving the games away for free.

So the bad news is, you’re out of luck if you want to… more


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