Streaming Games in Europe

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Go!Bears
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So, I am on the other side of the pond for a while and would love to see some of the games. My Fubo and ESPN subscriptions are still active at home in the Bay Area but when I try to log in they tell me:

Lo sentimos. fuboTV no est disponible en spain con tu suscripcin actual.

I am told that a good VPN can get past this and if that is true, I am sure that one of you has figured out how to do it. I would be grateful if you would share your model of success.

Thanks in advance.
bencgilmore
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Yes, a good VPN will allow you to set location to somewhere in the US, allowing you to use any streaming services you have access to.

I was able to snag a lifetime subscription to windscribe about 6 or 7 years ago for ~$150. It isn't as well marketed as Atlas and others, but it has worked flawlessly. If you see something like that you should pounce. Like most, the idea of spending $3-20/month on a VPN was not appetizing for me. Sadly I haven't seen a deal like that in years.

If you don't have one, google "buffstream CFB reddit". Takes some time and effort closing ads, but you can usually find a stream of comparable quality to watchespn or cable. I used it last week for both CFB and NFL while travelling.
CNHTH
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You can watch pac 12 network on YouTube tv for free in Europe. At least you could last year.
I watched the Davis game and the Arizona game when I was in Oxford last year.
TandemBear
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CNHTH said:

You can watch pac 12 network on YouTube tv for free in Europe. At least you could last year.
I watched the Davis game and the Arizona game when I was in Oxford last year.
My YouTube TV says "VPN/Proxy Detected. Please turn off VPN/Proxy and try again." or something similar. I cannot access YouTube TV via Firefox VPN, which is lame. I guess I should get a different VPN!

Curious what others' experiences are.
juarezbear
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TandemBear said:

CNHTH said:

You can watch pac 12 network on YouTube tv for free in Europe. At least you could last year.
I watched the Davis game and the Arizona game when I was in Oxford last year.
My YouTube TV says "VPN/Proxy Detected. Please turn off VPN/Proxy and try again." or something similar. I cannot access YouTube TV via Firefox VPN, which is lame. I guess I should get a different VPN!

Curious what others' experiences are.


I'm currently in Europe and have used Nord VPN with good results. Some apps immediately knock you out if they detect a VPN.
Go!Bears
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juarezbear said:

TandemBear said:

CNHTH said:

You can watch pac 12 network on YouTube tv for free in Europe. At least you could last year.
I watched the Davis game and the Arizona game when I was in Oxford last year.
My YouTube TV says "VPN/Proxy Detected. Please turn off VPN/Proxy and try again." or something similar. I cannot access YouTube TV via Firefox VPN, which is lame. I guess I should get a different VPN!

Curious what others' experiences are.

I'm currently in Europe and have used Nord VPN with good results. Some apps immediately knock you out if they detect a VPN.
Thanks, all.

Juarez, would you happen to know if Nord can fool Netflix? I will catch hell if I solve my problem and leave Mrs GB high & dry. I may do it, but it would be good to know if I am going to take flack...

Go Bears, tonight!

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