March Madness is here and Dish customers who own a 4K TV and a compatible Dish receiver will be able to watch up to 13 of the NCAA Championship games in glorious 4K.
So far, Dish announced eight of these games, starting with the First Four on Tuesday, March 19, and continuing through the Elite Eight. To watch, you need a 4K TV, and a Hopper 3 DVR. You will find the games on Dish channel 540:
- March 19, at 6:40 p.m. E.T.: F. Dickinson vs. Prairie View
- March 19, at the conclusion of Game 1: Belmont vs. Temple
- March 20, at 6:40 p.m. E.T.: N. Dakota St. vs. NC Central
- March 20, at the conclusion of Game 3: Arizona St. vs. St. John’s
- March 22, 1:20 p.m. E.T.: Texas Tech vs. Northern Kentucky
- March 22, 3:50 p.m. E.T.: Buffalo vs. TBD
- March 22, 7:15 p.m. E.T.: Houston vs. Georgia St.
- March 22, 9:45 p.m. E.T.: Iowa State vs. Ohio State
Perhaps more importantly, given that these are going to be fast-paced games, the
Dish isn’t the only way to watch March Madness in
There are also tons of options for watching the tournament online, as well as on the go. We pulled together a comprehensive list of the various ways you can stay on top of all the action. If you have a subscription to YouTube TV, Hulu Live, Sling TV, or PlayStation Vue, you should have access to most of the games.
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Updated on March 20, 2019: Corrected a previous report that stated
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