It is time to watch the Selection Sunday live streams! Because now we get to see the brackets in pristine condition right before they’re tarnished during the 2023 March Madness NCAA Tournament. Currently, we're all trading predictions about who goes when and where.
As always, we head into Selection Sunday with a few top seeds in mind. This year, the likely 1-seeded teams are Alabama, Houston, Kansas and ... well, that's where things get tricky.
Many put Purdue there, others put UCLA there. UCLA's in trouble without Jaylen Clark, which could have them drop to a No. 3 seed. Speaking of the second seeds, Arizona, Texas, Gonazga and Marquette are expected to take the No. 2's.
UAB's chances of stealing a high spot were deferred by FAU, and Vanderbilt's loss to Texas A&M hurt their odds. Ohio State's L to Purdue is also seen as a factor for a lower bracketing.
Here's everything you need to know to watch Selection Sunday online.
How to watch Selection Sunday online from anywhere on Earth
Hoops fans, if you're in the road and can't find a CBS station you can still watch the Selection Sunday live streams. With a virtual private network, or VPN, you can appear to be surfing the web from your home town (or somewhere that blackouts won't hit), and access the same streaming services you already paid for.
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How to watch Selection Sunday in the US
In the U.S., Selection Sunday is on CBS, which can be viewed with Hulu with Live TV and YouTube TV, but they're not on our list of the best streaming services. And they cost a lot, at $70 and $65, respectively.
So, we've got a different game play for how to watch March Madness, and Selection Sunday as well. You can catch CBS if you get Paramount Plus Premium ($9.99 per month), and then you can get the other March Madness channels (TBS, TNT and truTV) via much more affordable Sling.
How to watch Selection Sunday in the UK
Basketball fans across the pond can follow the tournament live on BT Sport, where ESPNHD will feature everything from Selection Sunday to the games.
Prices differ hugely depending on whether you already have BT TV and a BT broadband subscription. Right now, you can get BT Sport for £18 per month, and get each and every channel it includes, plus Eurosport and Discovery Plus.
Another option for non-BT subscribers is the BT Sport Monthly Pass (£29.99), which lets you watch via an app for a fixed time and doesn't require a lengthy subscription.
All sounds great, right? But if you're not in the U.K., you can still follow the March Madness live streams on a service such as ExpressVPN.
How to watch Selection Sunday in Canada
We can't tell how many of the March Madness games will be airing on TSN (TSN2, for example, has an NCAA Bracketology special on Selection Sunday), but we can see it has some NCAA games.
Completists without a way to watch the games, though, should — like those in the UK — take a VPN service such as ExpressVPN for a spin.
How to watch Selection Sunday in Australia
It appears that (as was the case in previous years) Kayo Sports is your best bet for Aussie streaming services serving up March Madness live streams. Kayo offers a 14-day free trial for both its Basic and Premium plans, more than enough time to confirm they're actually showing the games. The Kayo One package costs $25 per month thereafter, and Kayo Basic is $30.
The $35 per month Premium Kayo plan gives you all the same things as the normal plan, but it offers three simultaneous streams. The Basic plan gives you two streams at the same time.
If you want the full American channel broadcasts, though, we recommend trying out ExpressVPN.