Wholeheartedly recommend unlocator.
You can try it for a week before entering payment info to make sure it works with your devices. They have specific support for mlb.tv too. This is my second season using this with a ps4.
Royals games are a pain in the ass. There are probably some less-than-legal streams in /r/mlbstreams before the game. Personally, I bought a mlb.tv account (which is 9.99 now through rest of postseason), an unlocator dns proxy account which is fairly cheap, and configured a WRT54GL router to force my Roku to use unlocator (you can skip this last step if you want to setup your computer to use unlocator and watch it there).
Edit: I would also ask /r/kcroyals in the pre game thread.
Except you can't watch local games due to blackout restrictions. Unless you run a VPN or proxy server. But those things are illegal as per the rules and regs of MLB.tv. Places like www.unblockus.com or https://www.hidemyass.com/ or https://unlocator.com/. Don't go there and sign up to use them. Because that would be wrong.
Just a reminder that you can bypass blackouts by using a service such as http://www.unlocator.com. They have a 7 day free trial that doesn't require a credit card.
Go to unlocator.com and open an account. They have a 7 day free trial but it's $4.99 thereafter.
Set up your device according to one of the guides depending on your device. Very easy to do on Android phones and Windows PCs.
Login in to your account at unlocator.com and set your location to New Zealand and click the button to log your IP address.
Clear browser cookies and go on ufc.tv.
If the prices are shown in Euros instead of Dollars everythings working and you can buy the PPVs for 17.99 Euros for HD instead of $59.99.
I sure hope so because I use http://www.unlocator.com to bypass blackouts and am able to watch the Dodgers here in Los Angeles without subscribing to Spectrum.
I get a subscription to NHLtv and stream all the games. It's something like $140-150 for the entire season and you get every NHL game that you're not "in-market" for, in which case the stream is blacked out. So how to avoid being in-market?
Well, there are various ways to circumvent the local blackouts. I watch on an AppleTV and use a service called unlocator to scramble my location (presumably there are similar services, it's just what I use). It's a couple bucks a month and setup is easy. Bonus is that I can also stream all national games, including playoffs. If you want to watch on your computer, then a VPN will work. Again, that's not hard to set up, just google it.
There are free streams out there but I like this solution because I'm still supporting the league and the team through the NHLtv subscription, just avoiding the bullshit media monopoly part of the equation.
A subscription service that lets you change your DNS address on your devices which changes your "location"...it doesn't work on smartphones, but I use it on my laptop, smart tv, Xbox one & Apple TV
I feel you, I pay $6AU a month for unlocator. It's very easy to set up, and it's magical. Lets me use fightpass (you can also get the PPVs for slightly cheaper on there than fox/youtube) and access every country's netflix catalogue. It also allowed me to watch the RWC last year on bbc's itv site. Anyway, just thought i'd mention it, for me it's been A+, 10/10 worth it. You can try it for 7 days without paying. https://unlocator.com/
You can also use a smart DNS service like unlocator. There also torrenting both private and public trackers.
I am not going to comment on the ethics of these methods, but I will say they are very effective.
Genius! I did some digging and found https://unlocator.com/ which doesn't give me the privacy of a VPN, but also doesn't slow my service down or mess up my ability to get US-only services like HBOGo.
Took some finagling, but I am now streaming MLB.TV on my Roku. Good thing this game is in the 15th inning so I had plenty of time to figure it out...
If you use an unblocking service such as
or a VPN you can change your region's Netflix.
http://www.moreflicks.com has a listing of what other countries have on Netflix.
Check out https://unlocator.com/. It's basically a VPN gateway that can be used with Apple TV to trick apps into thinking the users location is outside the blackout area, thus allowing access to local games. Dodger fans have been dealing with this for a while now.
You don't need a VPN clamping down on your speed. All of those services use DNS geolocation. So a simple DNS based subscription is fine.
I used https://www.unblock-us.com/ for several years with NHL.tv without many issues. I did recently switch to https://unlocator.com/ though because they are much less expensive and were running a COVID 50% off special on top of already being cheaper.
VPN is WAY overkill and limits your bandwidth and speeds considerably. Just get a smart DNS. No software or apps required. Just set the DNS on the router or device to the service's DNS servers.
i think it's easier to use a smart DNS like unlocator.
its always on too, so you dont have to turn it on/off like you would a vpn.
i use it in houston to watch the stros, i can definitely couch for it.
Set yourself as Canadian and you get all the games regardless of local or national blackouts. Also, you can get access to BBC and Canadian Netflix (which is sometimes better).
At 4.95 a month (or the price of a single beer), you can watch all the games for a decent, low amount.
Extensions not that I'm aware of.
Adding a DNS entry into your computer you can use:
https://unlocator.com and https://www.unblock-us.com both have free trials.
https://adfreetime.com doesn't have a free trial. But its half the price of the other two. And I think someone on Reddit runs it.
Our solution. VPN-based schemes were a massive bandwidth hit and we abandoned all of them pretty quickly. Smart DNS is the way to go and there are quite a few to choose from out there.
On PC you can use a vpn. You can use a free option but you'll probably have better results with a paid vpn. I use IpVanish. On the One, either a router based vpn, or you might be able to use a DNS service, but I'm not sure.
edit Unlocater seems like it would work for the One and perhaps it's an easier option for PC too.
A boop on the nose is the best promotion a fight can get. if you're interested in watching that match, It's part of the UFC fight pass prelims and im pretty sure there is a free trial for the fight pass(otherwise its something like 10$ a month). the rest of the fight card is likely blacked out in the US because it's promoted by 'fox sports 1'(unless you use https://unlocator.com/)
What I did.
I have a computer with Win7 Mediacenter installed. I use MceWebview to add Netflix, The Daily Show, Colbert Report and all the local TV station online streaming sites (iView, SBS onDemand, etc)
I use UnLocator as my DNS because it's free and I'm cheap. I also have to use DNSjumper so I can log into the computer via remote desktop (I "hacked" it so I can have multiple remote desktop sessions) and quickly change the DNS settings back to local so SBS onDemand will work.
I use a capture card to receive free-to-air and a graphics card with HDMI output to connect to the TV.
Of course I can watch movies by transferring files to the mediacenter's hard drive or by using it's BluRay player.
I use Unlocator and love it. I got it for only $20 for 6 months. I use it at the router level so I can watch it on the Roku or iPhone/iPad. To watch on my phone outside of my house, I use 18.104.22.168 and a VPN. Works like a charm.
NON-AMERICAN streaming option
Took me < a minute to start a free trial.
you can take kids from their parents, but you cant take real-time matt champion from thirsty foreign b o i s
You are confusing "the law" with "terms of service". Per Netflix's terms of service and licensing restrictions, you are not allowed to change/fake your region. There are still ways to do this even with Netflix's anti-VPN practices today. Give http://www.unlocator.com a try and you'll be able to switch between USA Netflix and UK Netfilx.
I know a lot of people dislike the blackout policies, but I got to watch every game last year with the below.
If you just want to watch one even take advantage of the free trial that both Fightpass and the vpn unlocator.com provide. Here's what you do:
Go to ufc.tv and sign up for the Fightpass free trial. Then go to unlocator.com and open an account. They have a 7 day free trial as well.
Set up your device according to one of the guides. Very easy to do on Android phones and Windows PCs.
Login in to your account at unlocator.com and set your location to New Zealand under "region settings" and click the button to log your IP address.
Clear browser cookies and go on ufc.tv. Your location will be shown as NZ and you'll be able to watch the Edgar vs Mendes event live on Fightpass.
Pay $5 per month for unlocator and never worry about it again. I use it on AppleTV, PC, and tablets (Each individually set up for it), but I think you can just set up router to use their DNS servers.
If you've got a console or want to Macgyver a way to connect your PC to the TV (as I did, ha!) just go with good ole' mlb.TV premium. I had it all last year because we ditched cable- loved it. Only downside are the blackout restrictions, but you can work around that ( https://unlocator.com/channel/mlb-tv/ works perfectly). Even though you'll be paying for both mlb.TV and the unlocator, it's still better than $200 and you can watch any game you want. Enjoy.
Yep! Watched all 10 season of Stargate SG-1 and all 5 of Atlantis on Netflix the past few months. Stargate SG-1 is in canada, Stargate Atlantis is in the UK, and the original movie and the SG-1 movies are both on American Netflix I believe. If anyone wants to watch them I use a DNS service called unlocator it's free until the beta is over and it allows you to change your netflix location to anything you want it's really nice!
They do a better job than I can of explaining it.
Practically, you can configure the network settings of the device you want to view streams on (you can also apply it to your whole network by re-configuring your router). Most data will still go through your normal data connection but certain pieces that are used to locate you will be routed differently.
Use unlocator.com Smart DNS service and you can watch your HBO Max and Hulu subscriptions. I use this myself and works great, and better than VPN because you don't lose speed with smart dns
I tried what u are doing. If u want to use offical mlb app u have to use what is called smart dns sever to change your location. https://unlocator.com/channel/mlb-tv/
Or u can just get a good ip tv service that will provide mlb and much more
But that’s actually what works. There are whole services dedicated to that like: https://unlocator.com/faq/
What they basically do is resolve the geoip requests that the app does to a different endpoint and making the app believe all is well.
They definitely use VPN. What they've done is identify what IP's their intended services(netflix,etc) use for geolocation, and split-tunnel(VPN) all of that traffic and your DNS traffic to a location of your choosing. They literally tell you this in their FAQ - I was curious as simply changing DNS definitely does nothing to hide your IP.
I watch CBC outside of Canada on this link, you can watch it when it comes out that way...
P.s. in no way am I paid to post this just thought I’d share as it took me a while to find a stable way to view CBC from outside home...
I can't encourage other methods, or even if such mentions are allowed, but you should think about the show itself, how much it has to do with "kiss"ing and search around that way for a place related to this anime..
I'd officially recommend using a VPN to access the page, but I don't know that it will work - https://unlocator.com/channel/funimation/ -
This way the show could be officially supported. It's really up to you.
I put in the stuff for the DNS settings and I guess it just works? I might have done the free trial thing but I'm not being charged for it, I've checked many times.
>Please note that the MLB app for IOS and Android is not supported due to the use of location services, which can’t be bypassed. This includes Fire Stick/TV, Nexus Player, Kindle and any other Android based device.
Depends on your router but it is possible to set the VPN on the router and then any device on the home network is now going through the VPN.
And I'm not sure if this may work. It masks your GEO location which is generally based on your IP:
Also Google network sharing VPN PS4. There is a way of configuring your VPN on the PC and then sharing this to another device on your local network but I think it has to be over LAN, not wireless.
Trust me, the app you get from the playstore will be much better than the Kodi add on. Install it and then go to something like https://unlocator.com or https://www.unblock-us.com and get a DNS address from them and put it in the OS's settings (they'll have a guide on either of those sites on how to change it) and the blackout will not effect you.
My fix: watch games on mlb.tv app on playstation (workaround blackouts with unlocator), hit triangle for audio options, select WCNN radio feed. Syncs perfectly with the game.
Bonus: my 5-yr-old loves the Cook's Pest Control jingle!
Check out https://unlocator.com/ or https://www.unblock-us.com/
Basically, you just need to change your DNS-Settings in your XBOX or your router. After that, you can choose your preferred Netflix region in your account.
I've been using unlocator.com DNS for a while (I'm in the Netherlands, they're based in Denmark). Been using it for US Netflix on Chromecast and currently also for US Netflix, HBO Now and Hulu on the ATV4. It works very well and configuration is simple. You either enter their DNS in your Apple TV or - if you have multiple devices - you can also let your router firewall redirect all DNS traffic for those devices.
VPN is a lot of overhead and configuration for such a simple task. And then you probably don't need the encryption for this.
EDIT: Forgot to answer your security question. I don't think there are any serious security or privacy issues when circumventing region blocking. Your not trying to hide your IP address as when your using a VPN to hide your bittorrent from the MPAA or an European equivalent. Region blocking is not really enforced (technically or legally), just making it a bit too difficult for Joe Doe to get around.
Just to reiterate a separate comment, anyone who is frustrated by broadcast contracts forcing their local team to be blacked out via MLBtv, NBA, etc. subscription packages should check out https://unlocator.com/. This is basically a VPN gateway that hides your location to these apps so that your local teams are no longer blacked out. Works with Apple TV as well.
Dodger fans have been dealing with this issue for a while now.
Smart DNS! Do you happen to know anything about computers? You don't have to VPN or anything but you do have to point whatever device you are watching on to a new DNS server.
I'm slightly more technical than everyone else. So it was easy for me. I just added my Roku's mac address as an entry into my dhcp server, so that it gets a different DNS record.
VPN is kind of intrusive to sidestep blackouts.
I use unlocator. They have setup steps here: https://unlocator.com/setup/
You do have to pay. I think its like $4/month. There are cheaper ones out there and they come with 7 day free trials so you can test them out.
Check out unlocator. Someone on the Royals subreddit mentioned it. It just fools certain websites into thinking your in another country and it isnt a proxy program. I use it to watch games on the pc/ps4.
Si ce service existe en France (comme netflix par exemple) un proxy ou un vpn devrait résoudre ton problème.
Édit: il y a des appli/ sites spécialisés dans ce genre de service exemple https://unlocator.com (par contre j'ai jamais testé personnellement donc je ne sais pas si ça marche bien)
Yea it will work fine. We skipped cable, have an HD antenna, basic Comcast Internet and subscribed for the year to MLB.tv combined with https://unlocator.com and everything has been stellar, except for the Os some of these nights
Just got rid of cable as well and I'm going to try this with an MLB.tv subscription:
Similar to a VPN, it changes the address that your connection goes through. Unlike a VPN though, you don't need to log in/out of anything. You can change the DNS settings right on your device or at the router level.
Just a note that if you're going to use MLB.tv with an iPad or iPhone, the newest version of the At Bat app uses the GPS of the device, so even a VPN or DNS change won't work. The only way around it (that I know of) is yo jailbreak your phone and spoof the location.
Ja ich habe den 8.99 Tarif angemeldet um es mir anzusehen
Inhaltlich wesentlich besser als gedacht - natürlich hat netflix noch laufende verträge mit SKY und FOX d.h es ist nicht so zeitaktuell wie es sein könnte - ich denke das wird sich über kurz oder lang ändern
Getestet auf Android Handy, Android Tablet, Windows 8 Talbet (surface pro), PC, chromecast - alles einwandfrei, lädt sehr schnell (trotz start und Probemonatt)
Für mich das wichtigste - alles auf englisch (ausser deutsche filma no na) - deutsch interessiert mich nicht und brauch ich nicht daher top!
mit https://unlocator.com (1 Woche Gratis) US Netflix UK Netflix probiert - geht mit dem selben Account sehr gut. US Netflix ist natürlich um einiges nicer und aktueller und hat mehr Angebot. UK Netflix hat Dr. Who
Bei den Filmen und Serien handelt es sich um die Deutsche DVD Fassung - also Geschnitten, Gecutted und Zensiert - scheiss auf Deutsches Recht ich bin über 30 - DAS will ich nicht und hab ich auch als Feedback abgegeben.
Das Angebot für Kinder ist sehr groß - mein Kind freut sich
Das Angebot an Chick Flicks und Serien ist sehr groß - meine Frau freut sich
Alles in allen werde ich meinen Account behalten - klassisches TV brauch ich genau für Nachrichten (weil ORF2 in HD halt netter ist) und Sport Events - alles andere ist sowieso nurmehr schwachsinn ohne Ende - und endlich habe ich legal die Möglichkeit dazu - wuhu meine Downloads werden dadurch auf lange Sicht deutlich reduziert werden.
Sign up for a 7 day free trial of unloactor and you'll be able to watch MLB.tv. They don't even ask for credit card information so you won't get suckered into paying for a full month.
Your best option would be to change the DNS:
http://www.unblock-us.com/ (has a free trial)
http://www.unotelly.com/unodns/ (free trail)
https://unlocator.com/ (free in beta)
there are instructions for android devices too.
UnLocator. It's in BETA atm so it's free but they will be charging when BETA leaves.
Best way is to set up the DNS code on your router so that all your devices work, either that or you will need to edit your DNS on each separate device.
Works for me on XBox 360, PC, Mac and PS3 and also on Android with Fake GPS (rooted).
I don't know what it's you want to unblock but if it's covered in this list, use unlocator.
It won't affect your awesome European internet speeds and won't compromise security. It will even leave your location the same. All you have to do it change your DNS servers either on your router(which means it will work on every device you have) or on the devices you want it to work on. Here is the setup guide.
Oh and it's free.
Seems like an expensive and brute-force way to solve the problem Using unlocator.com, I just put a manual DNS entry into the AppleTV and it did exactly what I wanted. See the other comments below.
Have you tried using unlocator.com smartDNS service? I use it to watch Dodgers games on my Apple TV 4K via the MLB app and avoid the local blackouts. I set up the unlocator service then just change the DNS on my Apple TV when I need to use it. It works great and is the best $5 I spend each month.
I did try putting my Apple TV on a separate VLAN that had the unlocator DNS and then I could change the DNS via the Unifi App but I found it just as easy to change it on the Apple TV
Your router tells MLB.com that you are located in Michigan therefore MLB won't allow you to watch it. Using this service they give you step by step directions on how to change your DNS settings making MLB believe that your location is some where different and allowing you to use a service you pay for. It's very easy to use and set up. I had no problems using it and if I would subscribe to MLB TV again, I would do this again.
I had mine set up through my smart TV and my PS4. It's very easy to set up even for those who are not tech savvy. Just remember to write down your original DNS settings and change it back once you cancel the service.
An Australian website 'Stan' has all episodes of iCarly. however, you can't use it outside of Australia.
(30-day free trial)
(This lets you watch stan outside of AUS)
If you only want to use it once to change the region you can borrow mine? I'm not sure if a USB one will work as you need to plug it in the headphone jack and play an audio file which mimics the IR command. I looked for a suitable remote but couldn't find one to borrow or one at a decent price that would work.
I can't comment on a VPN as they can be illegal and not to be discussed on this reddit, but smart dns (e.g. unlocator.com) will allow you to watch content from another region just by changing your TV's DNS settings) and works very well without needing anything else.
Last time I tried NordVPN didn’t work - they don’t have many exit points in so tvnz can easily block them.
I was able to watch it with unlocator - but not sure if that still works. They have a free trial. Unlocator only proxies the requests where tvnz is trying to determine your location.
I used the https://unlocator.com/ DNS service (DNS only not VPN although I have a separate VPN service as backup) and then League Pass International last year and will likely do the same this year. If I remember it wasn't too bad and was fairly reliable.
It's a DNS service that also offers a VPN option. If you subscribe and download and install the app, you would just need to open and connect to a location in the U.S.A. https://unlocator.com/
I know I'm way late on this, but I've been a MLB.tv subscriber for about 8 years now. That with a subscription to https://unlocator.com/ and you're golden.
I get games on the Roku in glorious 1080/60fps.
Are you using their Smart DNS service: https://unlocator.com/setup/? Smart DNS's are pretty flaky with Netflix these days.
Perhaps try a free (https://www.homebrewvpn.com/2017/08/free-to-use-vpn.html) or cheap (www.netflixvpn.com) VPN to get you over the holiday period.
used to a service a couple years ago that would mask your location so mlb.tv would let you stream whatever. dont use this myself but have heard decent things about: https://unlocator.com/
I've been using unlocator for the past couple of years and it is clutch. Works great for NHL.tv too.
What device are you using? You might have to power cycle it. Here is a list of what works https://unlocator.com/channels/?country=show-all&supported-device=show-all&channel-category=show-all&subscription-requirement=show-all
You are going to have to get a different router for that kind of VPN. eero won't VPN your whole network.
You could also try DNS options like https://unlocator.com that give you different DNS results to bypass some region locks. Others: https://www.google.com/search?rls=en&q=dns+to+bypass+region+streaming+restrictions&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
Besides u/umabbas method, there is a free and easier way in which you change your DNS manually, try this method https://unlocator.com/setup/ ( replace 39 with 185 if it didn’t work ) however, the unlocator can suddenly stop working and you’ll have to find a new one or wait until it gets fixed
Found a great little service for your mobile called unlocator. https://unlocator.com/
Works really well for mobiles, offers a completely free trial and the setup was super easy with their instructions. Then after a week it’s £4 per week, which is a bargain for 6 eps of LI.
If you’re on a laptop, tunnel bear is the best piece of software to download and use to change your location/IP.
Don’t use HOLA - you’ll get viruses!
you can read more about it on their website. i am not savvy enough to explain it, but i think with their service, you change the dns address on your devices (there are guides), and as long as the device is on the wifi network you are signed up under, they trick the service in to thinking you are somewhere else and thus get you around the blackout.
it is alot simpler than using and setting up a vpn.
I use this smart DNS service to access UK / US content on my Firestick: https://unlocator.com works all the time with decent speeds and it’s fairly cheap.
If you set it up at router level you don’t need to bother changing or setting up individual devices.
If you get NHL.tv you can also purchase a DNS service like https://www.unblock-us.com/ or https://unlocator.com/ which masks your IP and gets around blackouts. I think it's like $5 a month, I used unlocator to watch the playoffs last year and it worked perfectly.
You need to subscribe to a service that can fake your location. Personally I use https://unlocator.com but there are several others that are more or less the same. $5 per month and simple to use. Takes 5 minutes to set up and they have a setup guide for basically every streaming device there is. I changed the DNS server on my router rather than mess with the setting individually on each streaming device.
I can't vouch for this specific one but something like this is what you are after. You need a trial CBS all access account and somehow mask your location.
My folks use ~~https://unlocator.com/~~ I meant https://www.unblock-us.com/
I also use it to watch playoff games/the All Star game
Works great for them and they offer a free week trial so you can try it out
It's called unlocator. The basics is that it spoofs your IP through a location not in the blackout. It gets you around the regions in Netflix, blackouts during sports. It also helps, not by much though, to hide your location to be hacked. It is but a minor speed bump for a hacker but can help make them move onto the next victim.
I basically followed this manual: https://unlocator.com/channel/showtime/
Seems to work just fine. The only thing I'm missing is an alarm for 4:45 AM German time
I use unlocator on my Mac and iPad/iPhone. Haven't tried on the SmartTV yet. It's supposed to work. I was able to watch US Netflix and Prime in GB & NL, and GB Netflix in US.
Will try SmartTV setup and report back tomorrow.
Edit: I just verified this with my Samsung SmartTV and XboxOne as well. I mostly got the service to use while travelling because hotel tv is absolute crap.
You can still get access to the USA library by using http://www.unlocator.com but it only works in a browser currently. It won't work using an app on any device. Good if you live in another country trying to access USA Netflix.
Sort of, but it only masks location. Any better description than that is above my pay grade (Check for more info here). But I use it & it works fine - Braves/Nats is usually blacked out here in RVA.
I use http://www.unlocator.com because it lets me change my DNS and remove blackouts for MLB.TV and change my region for Netflix. And it also has a VPN option. It's only $4.95/month
Invest the money you would have spent on this paid product into a service that bypasses blackouts. It's still a fraction of the cost. It's great. Try this.
You can bypass blackouts by using a service like http://www.unlocator.com. Since we got MLB.TV free this year, I don't mind subscribing to a service to bypass blackouts. Only $4.95 a month. You can try it for free for 7 days though.
There's no quick on/off switch, but there is a workaround for Netflix. Use their beta DNS instead of the regular ones. Log into your account then click on this link: https://unlocator.com/account/beta. This will let you do both MLB.TV AND Netflix without a problem.
If you're still getting proxy errors, there was additional instructions to block certain IP addresses from your router to enhance your experience. See the beta DNS page here: https://unlocator.com/account/beta
Currently the only device this isn't working for is the XBox One.
Check out http://www.unlocator.com to access US Netflix. They have setup guides for a lot of devices. If you tell me what you'll be using the stream Netflix, I can direct link you to the guide you need. There's a 7 day free trial, so test it out.
If you're in the UK and you are trying to access US Netflix, you can try http://www.unlocator.com. It's not working for me at the moment since I'm already in the United States. Currently using it for bypassing MLB.TV restrictions but they should hopefully have other countries support in the future for me.
Contact ViperDNS support. Hopefully they aren't charging you if you can't make it work. Request a refund and give http://www.unlocator.com a try. They're only allowing access to United States Netflix from outside the US at this moment. This definitely sounds like your situation as you are in Australia.
You can bypass MLB.TV blackouts by using a service like http://www.unlocator.com. The 7 day trial gives you the chance to try it out before committing to anything.
Just bypass the blackout. I use http://www.unlocator.com to watch the Dodgers in Los Angeles without having to go all in with Time Warner Cable as they own the rights. Try it out for free for 7 days. You don't need a credit card to sign up. After that, it's $4.95/month or you can dish out 6 months for the whole season at a discounted rate.
No blackouts if you use http://www.unlocator.com on your Apple TV. I watch the Dodgers and I'm in LA County. I can't believe Hawaii gets blacked out though.
I use Unlocater. You have to use their beta dns service to get around the Netflix blocking (Found that out when Netflix didn't play while using the services regular DNS). I like that they offer a 7 day trial for free no credit card required. I use it to get around Time Warner's Dodger blackout.
This link should take you to the instructions: https://unlocator.com/account/beta
If that still doesn't work, I can just tell you how to do it. Use the same steps as before, but replace both the primary DNS and secondary DNS with 22.214.171.124. That is the beta server. Netflix will work on it.
Order unlocator for six months, follow instructions for setting up on a Roku, watch games
Yes. I don't have fs1 either. I'm subscribed to a vpn called unlocator.com which charges $4.99 a month.
These are their setup guides for various devises and OSes:
I have my location set to New Zealand and get to watch all FS1 & Fox5 main cards & prelims on Fightpass.
Yeah they are blacked out for me but using this website and a simple DNS setting change (walkthrough is on that site) I'm watching them live now.
Also bought the PPV for $25 AUD from UFC.tv using that site.
VPNs can be of varying quality. The DNS services use your full bandwidth so you can be sure to stream the best quality that your network can handle.
I use https://unlocator.com/ and they have a 7 day trial.