College basketball fans are getting a new way to watch college basketball this season.
A new online service that lets fans watch NCAA basketball games from anywhere, anytime, for free has been set up.
It’s called NCAA Basket and it lets fans stream and watch college football, women’s basketball, men’s basketball and basketball games in more than a dozen different sports.
The site is called the NCAA Baskets, and it allows fans to play any NCAA game on their mobile devices.
Fans can use the app to search for a game and get a countdown clock, or search by sport.
The app was developed by a team of college sports fans who were inspired by an article that was published on TechCrunch.com in which they said it would be easier to watch basketball games online.
Read moreTechCrunch said it got the idea from a Reddit user who used the site to search out a college basketball game.
The user asked: “What would it take for someone to go and watch a game on the NCAA website?
How would they know what sport was happening and what was happening in the college basketball tournament?”
The NCAA Basking app allows fans who have a Google Cardboard or a smartphone to watch the games on their phone or tablet.
The service allows fans with mobile devices to search by sports, which includes men’s and women’s hoops.
They can also add games to their favorite games list.
“The goal is to bring college basketball to a global audience,” a Google spokesperson told Business Insider.
The NCAA has made it easier for fans to watch games through the app.
In addition to the game listings, it has added additional video highlights, as well as stats, scores and more for the games.
The league also announced that it is expanding its online broadcast schedule to include more games.
“We’re pleased to bring the most recent NCAA tournament and college basketball action to fans around the world,” the league said in a statement.
“We hope you’ll enjoy watching college hoops online anytime, anywhere, for the low price of $5 per month.
We have plans to expand our streaming coverage to include NCAA basketball, women- and men-athlete events as well.”
The new service comes at a time when college basketball fans have seen a decline in online access.
The number of NCAA games streamed online dropped from 8.9 million games in 2018 to 5.7 million games last year.
And the number of fans who can access a game is dropping as well.
The average age of the fans watching college basketball online is 27.5, according to the latest Nielsen data.