How to stream the Big Ten Men’s basketball tournament

The 2020 Big Ten basketball tournament is here, and the action starts Wednesday, March 11, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana. Maryland, Michigan State, and Wisconsin all sit on top of the league, so it’ll be an interesting few days for sure to see who takes home the title.

The first three days of the tournament air on Big Ten Network while the last two rounds move over to CBS. So, if you’re trying to stream the Big Ten tournament online, you’ll need to choose a service that has access to both. Fortunately, there are several of those where you can stream for free.

Brand new to the scene, AT&T TV has 35+ live channels for a price of $15 a month, including the Big Ten Network. AT&T TV is the cheaper option, and with a 7 day free trial period, it’s possible to stream the while Big 10 tournament for free. You will need a credit card to sign up for the free trial, however.

Hulu Live
At $54.99 a month, Hulu live isn’t necessarily cheap. But, that does give you a lot of live channels, and your live local networks in the majority of markets. The Big Ten Network is a part of Hulu’s package in certain markets, so check to make sure it’s in your area before you sign up. Hulu live offers a free trial with a card.

Sling TV
Another great option for watching the Big 10 tournament online, Sling TV has live local networks in most areas. Sling is offering some special deals just for March Madness, with a few of their packages starting at $20. Sling TV does have a free trial.

Artie Beaty