How you can watch the Final Four and National Championship game in VR

March Madness gets even madder

North Carolina basketball

Can't get enough of March Madness? Neither can we.

And now die-hard fans can get right next to the tournament action without buying a ticket to Houston. The NCAA has announced it will live stream the Final Four and National Championship game for the first time ever in VR.

All you need to grab a courtside seat is a Samsung Gear VR and the March Madness Live app for VR, available for free in the Oculus Store.

The 180-degree experience will not only let you watch the games from the best seat in the house, it will also provide a virtual scoreboard with live stats, game commentary from Jim Nantz and Co., arena sound and a full tournament bracket, complete with video highlights.

If you don't own a Gear VR, you can still catch a 2D, 180-degree live stream on your desktop, and a 360-degree highlight reel will go up on the NCAA March Madness Facebook page at some point.

The Final Four sees Oklahoma going head-to-head with Villanova, and Syracuse looking to take down North Carolina, beginning April 2 at 3pm ET. The National Championship game tips off at 7pm ET on April 4.

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