UPDATED on Jan. 12, 2021
For the price of a monthly movie rental, a mere $5.99 per month, you can stream live NCAA college basketball games from more than 20 conferences, including Big 12 and Atlantic 10.
In the first week of the 2020 season, ESPN+ will live stream three college basketball games from a top 25 team.
And there are some significant matchups out of the AAC and Big 12. On Wednesday, Houston hosts Lamar, and Texas Tech hosts Northwestern State.
(Sign up for ESPN+ for only $5.99 per month.)
Stream NCAA Basketball Live and ESPN+ Originals
Live college basketball games aren’t the only sporting events up for grabs on ESPN+. Subscribers to the streaming service also get to stream live college football games from American Conference, Sun Belt and MAC.
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And if you’re a fan of ESPN’s award-winning 30 for 30 series, you can watch the full library and new episodes on ESPN+.
So live college basketball is really just a small part of what you get with a ESPN+ subscription.
You can subscribe to ESPN+ for $5.99 per month, or get a discount by paying $49.99 for an annual subscription. The third option is to roll Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+ together as part of the Disney+ bundle for $12.99 per month.
What NCAA Conferences are on ESPN+?
ESPN+ live streams Men’s NCAA Basketball games from more than 20 divisions. But at times, there will be visiting teams from conferences aside from this list.
- American Athletic Conference
- America East
- Atlantic 10
- Atlantic Sun
- Big 12
- Big South
- Conference USA
- Ivy League
- Missouri Valley
- Ohio Valley
- Sun Belt
Where can I stream ESPN+ college basketball?
Once you sign up for an ESPN+ account online, it’s pretty easy to start watching college basketball games on your television.
Head over to the ESPN app on your Smart TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku, Apple TV or Google Chromecast. Even if you have an XBox or PlayStation as your streaming device, that works fine, too.
Open the ESPN app and sign in to ESPN+ using your new account credentials. Then you can start streaming all the live sports and shows and on-demand library from ESPN+.