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Find answers to frequently asked questions about watching college basketball on SLING TV below.
Frequently Asked Questions
What services do I need to watch college basketball?
If you’re new to SLING TV this season, the easiest way to see the most games is by adding Sports Extra to your SLING Orange, SLING Blue, or SLING Orange + SLING Blue subscription.
Several channels in both services will broadcast college basketball games this season.
Already a Sling TV subscriber? You can add additional services like Sports Extra right through the Sling app on select devices. Or, to make changes to your account immediately, visit your My Account page and select Change Subscription.
Additional channels may add games as the season progresses. Please check back here for what you’ll need to see those channels.
|Channel||Sling Orange||Sling Orange + Sports Extra||Sling Blue||Sling Blue + Sports Extra|
|ACC Network Extra
|NBC Sports Regional Sports Networks*||✓|
|NBC Sports Bay Area | NBC Sports California | NBC Sports Washington|
|You'll get access to all six regional Pac-12 Networks: Arizona, Bay Area, Los Angeles, Mountain, Oregon and Washington|
*These channels are only available in select markets. Receiving these channels varies based on your location.
What devices can I watch college basketball on?
College basketball games on SLING TV can be viewed on all compatible devices, including your TV, laptop, smartphone or tablet.
Ready to watch right now? Visit watch.sling.com and start watching from your Chrome, Edge or Safari browser on PC or MAC!
Note: If you’d like to watch college basketball games on SLING from your smartphone or tablet, for the best experience, make sure to turn on location services (if not prompted on your device):
Enable location services on iOS
Enable location services on Android
Will college basketball games be blacked out?
Note: Some games may be blacked out due to local blackout rules, or because SLING TV doesn’t have the rights to broadcast that game. Impacted subscribers will not be able to watch the game unless it is also on a local broadcast network, available either through your SLING TV subscription, or with an over-the-air antenna.
If you receive an on-screen blackout message when trying to watch a game on ESPN, you can watch your game on ESPN3, which is included with your SLING Orange subscription.