How to watch March Madness ( & a special discount)

If you live in America then it’s most likely that you’ve heard of March Madness and are most likely tuning in to it. However, there are plenty of people living outside of America that would still like to watch – so we’re here to help you.

For those who do not know what March Madness is, it’s a moniker given to the NCAA’s (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Basketball tournaments and it runs from the the middle of March to the start of April and helps determine the best college basketball team in the country. The name of this epic tradition is very easy to trace as it sends people into a syncronised frenzy during the season – according to Time magazine over $9 million dollars will be wagered during the event in cash pools across offices in America! With 68 teams competing, and rounds with names such as Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight what is there not to enjoy?

For those who wish to watch this mayhem live, there are 4 easy steps to get going as we show you below. For this special occasion FlashRouters is also providing a 10% discount on all of it’s routers. To claim the discount just head over to their website and use the code: MAD10
(Valid until Sunday 29th)

1. Select a VPN provider

If you haven’t got a VPN already then there are plenty of reasons to get one. Use our website to help the best one for you or alternatively have a look at our list of 5 Best overall providers here. Here is a summary table of that  to help you out.

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2. Install the VPN on your computer or preferred device as per the providers instructions 

3. Connect to a US Server – Choose the one closest to your physical location

4. Head over to the NCAA website and watch for free


Peter Selmeczy I am an engineer by trade and tech geek by night, who's passionate about sharing his knowledge with the people. Find me on Google+.

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