How to stream the Big 12 Men’s basketball tournament online

The Big 12 features some of the biggest names in college basketball, as Kansas, Baylor and West Virginia are all looking for a final tune up before the big dance. The 2020 Big 12 Men’s basketball tournament starts March 11 at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri.

If you’re trying to stream the action, you’re in luck. Since the games are all on ESPN, it’s a pretty simple thing to do, and you can do so for cheap or even free.

ESPN+
ESPN+ may be your best choice for streaming all of the Big 12 tournament games online. But, there’s no free trial like there is with some of the other options. The monthly price is only $5.99 though, and one month is more than enough to get you through all the action.

AT&T TV
All Big 12 tournament games are on ESPN, and AT&T TV carries ESPN live, plus 35 other live channels for $15 a month. There is a 7 day free trial period to test drive the service to see if you like it.

Sling TV
Sling TV carries ESPN, so it’s a good bet for streaming the Big 12 tournament. They do have a few deals only for the March Madness season, and some of their plans are as cheap as $20 a month. There is a free trial of Sling TV open to new customers.

Hulu Live
Hulu live isn’t cheap at $54.99 a month, but you get a ton of live TV channels, including ESPN, making it perfect for watching Big 12 tournament games online. You’ll also get most local channels too, making it a good choice if you live in the area.

Artie Beaty