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By: Rich DeMuro
Mar. 22, 2013
With more than 60 games to watch, keeping track of March Madness requires lot of skills. Now, technology is making it possible for the most dedicated fans to keep an eye on all the games at once.
Basketball is life for avid fans like Kris Rincon. In college he played for the school team, but now he’s mostly watching on TV. And March Madness is the time of the year when college basketball excitement is at its peak.
“Best part about March Madness… is all the upsets,” said Rincon.
And with help from our friends at AT&T U-verse, he won’t be missing a minute of the action.
“With the Multiview I can watch up to four games at one time,” Rincon said.
But action doesn’t stop there.
“U-verse customers are going to get the best experience ever because they get to take their games on the go whether it’s on their smartphone or their tablet or laptop,” said AT&T Representative, Meredith Red.
During March Madness season, U-verse is offering a special deal.
“When new customers sign up for U-verse, they’re going to have their choice of a Nexus tablet an Xbox 360, a Sonos speaker or a Kindle Fire. It’s a great deal.” said Red. “We strive to make [our] technology the best and fastest it can be.”
Interactive TV viewing, multi-channel views, and plenty of great content all mean a great March Madness experience for the viewer.
“I’m a University of Arizona alum and I follow them every year by heart and every single game so I’ll be cheering for them every step of the way,” said Rincon.
Looking for more March Madness action? Check out one of these helpful apps.
NCAA March Madness Live - This free app has radio coverage of the game. Or sign in with a TV provider to watch games and highlights.
ESPN Bracket Bound 2013 – ESPN’s app is an useful app that lets users create brackets to compete again family and friends. Free on iOS.
TuneIn’s Catch the Madness – The music streaming is now offering audio coverage of some of the hottest March Madness games.