The following providers leaks users’ IP:
ChillGlobal (Chrome and Firefox Plugin)
Glype (Depends on the configuration)
Hola!VPN Chrome Extension
HTTP PROXY in browser that support Web RTC
IBVPN Browser Addon
psiphon3 (not leaking if using L2TP/IP)
SOCKS Proxy on browsers with Web RTC enabled
SumRando Web Proxy
TOR as PROXY on browsers with Web RTC enabled
Windscribe Addons (Browser Extension/Plugin)
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I have chrome on linux in the US the stupid espn player doesn't work on my computer. I have Hola!VPN as a plugin so I am technically watch the games from Argentina via youtube. That seems to be working great
I use a Chrome extension called Hola!VPN to fool the site into believing I'm from the US. Very basic but does its job. If you don't have access to a PC where you can do it, I don't know about phone apps with the same function.
Get google chrome and download Hola!VPN it's an extension you can change your location with. I usually select England or Canada if the Red Sox are playing Tampa and I can't watch the game, or even the ASG. It thinks I'm in the UK, flawless stream too.