Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The given product on this site is it’s own property?
No, we are using third party content for our fans or available from online. Our fans can easily reach their needs through our website. We are not responsible for the premium product(live streaming, vpn etc) and also the free live streaming.
How long will the College Football Playoff be in place?
The College Football Playoff is contracted for 12 years, at least through 2025-26.
Is this site an official site of NCAA FB?
No, this site is not official website or any part of NCAA.com
So, where can I claim for the product’s support?
You can claim the trusted site’s where you have bought your products. If you still don’t find any solutions or any support, you can contact us. We can help you to reach them.
Is the live streaming product legal?
The live streaming product we share is not our own product. So, we do not take responsibility about the legality and copyright of this product. We just share which is available online and reliable for users. If you have complain, please report us to remove them or contact with the broadcasters.
Is this really shows the live stream game?
The streaming sites we have shared, they said they are offering NCAA FB live streaming all game online. If you are unable to find your expected streaming or game, no problem. Every paid streaming have refund policy. You may ask back your money from the streaming holder’s website. And we also hate scams. If you found scam, don’t use the service and just ask back your money. You will get 100% refund.
Do I need an extra hardware to streaming NCAA FB game?
No, you don’t need any extra hardware. Need just a working internet connected device.
Can a team automatically qualify for the playoff?
No team automatically qualifies. Every FBS team has equal access to the playoff based on its performance.
Which bowls host the semifinal games?
College Football Playoff Semifinal games rotate between the Sugar Bowl, Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Peach Bowl and Fiesta Bowl.
How is the site of the College Football Playoff National Championship determined?
The site of the College Football Playoff National Championship is determined through a bid system, much like the Super Bowl or the NCAA Final Four location. Any city that demonstrates necessary facilities, transportation and other factors can submit a bid to host the College Football Playoff National Championship.
When will the next cities/locations be announced?
Request for proposals to host the national championship games in 2018, 2019 and 2020, were distributed to interested communities in February 2015. Site selections for these years will be announced in the fall of 2015. Click here for additional information.
What is the arrangement between the College Football Playoff and ESPN?
In 2012, it was announced that ESPN acquired the rights to broadcast all College Football Playoff games, as well as selected other games, through 2025.
How will revenue from the playoff be distributed to conferences and independent institutions?
All FBS conferences and independent institutions receive significant increases in revenue from the College Football Playoff under the revenue-distribution plan adopted unanimously by the board of managers. For full details on revenue distribution, click here.