March Madness betting season is around the corner. Teams are in the second half of the regular season and are gearing up for their respective conference tournaments to determine who gets an invite to the NCAA tournament. Ten teams will be competing to be included in the field.
The 2020 version was cut short right before the tournament could crown a winner. The Hartford Hawks and Vermont Catamounts were set to compete for the conference’s automatic bid before the coronavirus shut everything down.
Here is everything you need to know for the 2021 America East Conference Tournament.
When is the America East Tournament?
UPDATE: The tournament starts February 27 and 28 with playoff pods. The semifinals are March 6 and the championship game is March 13.
The date for the America East tournament has yet to be announced. When it is, we will update accordingly.
Where is the America East Tournament?
No location has been announced for the America East tournament at this point. In prior years, the conference tournament has been held at campus sites.
How can I watch the America East Tournament?
This information is not out at this point but according to last year’s bracket, every tournament game was on ESPN+ except for the championship game, which was scheduled to air on ESPN2. If this is the case again in 2021, you would need to get an ESPN+ subscription for everything but the championship. For the championship game, it could be streamed via the WatchESPN app with a cable or streaming service login. If you don’t have a cable login to access the ESPN app, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream it.
Will fans be allowed to attend the America East Tournament?
At this point, the America East has yet to announce its attendance policy for the conference tournament.