ACC Tournament 2019 Live Stream: How To Watch All Games Online

March Madness is officially here. The 68 team NCAA Tournament isn’t here yet, but conference tournaments are upon us. Each year, the Atlantic Coast Conference is one of the most competitive in all of college basketball. It features some of the toughest programs in the nation. Duke, UNC, Virginia, Louisville, and Syracuse are among them. This year, five of the fifteen teams in the ACC rank in the top 16 in all of college basketball.

These games always have a significant impact on NCAA Tournament seedings. Does Duke win the tournament despite the injury to Zion Williamson and enter the Big Dance as a top seed? Can Virginia remain the top team in the conference? Will UNC ride their wave of talent and coaching to another tournament win? Or can Syracuse, Louisville, Florida State, NC State, or a handful of other teams pull off a major upset and stun the world?

To find out, look below where you’ll find all the information you need to know about the ACC Tournament.


ACC Tournament Viewing Details

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Dates: March 12, 2019 until March 16, 2019
Channel: ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU
Stream: ESPN App
Location: Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina


ACC Tournament Schedule

First Round – March 12, 2019

Game 1: No. 12 Miami vs. No. 13 Wake Forest – 12 p.m. EST – ESPN

Game 2: No. 10 Georgia Tech vs. No. 15 Notre Dame – 2 p.m. EST – ESPN

Game 3: No. 11 Boston College vs. No. 14 Pittsburgh – 7 p.m. EST – ESPNU

Second Round – March 13, 2019

Game 4: No. 8 NC State vs. No. 9 Clemson – 12 p.m. EST – ESPN

Game 5: No. 5 Virginia Tech vs. Miami/Wake Forest winner – 2 p.m. EST – ESPN

Game 6: No. 7 Lousiville vs. Georgia Tech/Notre Dame winner – 7 p.m. EST – ESPN2

Game 7: No. 6 Syracuse vs. Boston College/Pittsburgh winner – 9 p.m. EST – ESPN2

Quarterfinals – March 14, 2019

Game 8: No. 1 Virginia vs. Game 4 winner – 12 p.m. EST – ESPN or ESPN2

Game 9: No. 4 Florida State vs. Game 5 winner – 2:30 p.m. EST – ESPN or ESPN2

Game 10: No. 2 North Carolina vs. Game 6 winner – 7 p.m. EST – ESPN or ESPN2

Game 11: No. 3 Duke vs. Game 7 winner – 9 p.m. EST – ESPN or ESPN2

Semifinals – March 15, 2019

Game 12: Game 8 winner vs. Game 9 winner – 7 p.m. EST – ESPN

Game 13: Game 10 winner vs. Game 11 winner – 9 p.m. EST – ESPN

Finals – March 16, 2019

Game 12 winner vs. Game 13 winner – 8:30 p.m. EST – ESPN


How To Watch ACC Tournament

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You can check out the ACC Tournament via a live stream through WatchESPN. You will need your log-in and password information for your cable or satellite provider and you’re good to go.

If you don’t have access to a cable or satellite log-in, you can watch the game through Sling TV. Sling TV is a service that allows subscribers to watch live and on-demand TV channels on TVs, computer or mobile device for a monthly fee. It’s just like a cable or satellite TV service, except it’s delivered over the internet. The service’s Orange package includes ESPN and costs $20 a month, but you can sign up for a free seven-day trial. If you cancel your subscription within the week, you will not be charged. Once signed up, simply download the app for your computer to start watching.

You can also live stream these games online through DIRECTV NOW. DIRECTV also offers a free seven-day trial, so you will receive a full week free before your paid membership begins. If you cancel your subscription within the seven day period, you will not be charged. DIRECTV NOW is available on Desktop, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast.

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