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HMA stands for "Hide My Ass" and its a VPN service. Im not sure of the laws where you live, but Ive never heard of VPNs being made illegal. All a VPN does is mask your true IP address and can make it look like you are located in another country.
Frankly, HMA isnt very good and you would probably be better off looking elsewhere. I like Kepard and Privat VPN, but there are hundreds of VPN providers to choose from, so you can choose one that suits you. All that being said though, you can achieve similar results much more easily with a browser plugin for Chrome called "Hola Better Internet". Works the same way a VPN does, but you can configure it to only work with certain websites, rather than redirecting all your internet traffic through a VPN.
Step 1: Install Kepard
Step 2: Select an IP address in the Netherlands (NL)-if a connection doesn't work, pick a different IP address.
Step 3: Navigate to
Step 4: Launch the Gamepass app
Step 5: Once the app is launched, TURN OFF KEPARD
Step 6: Enjoy streaming NFL games, RedZone and various archives
Note: with Kepard you get 30 minutes/day of free VPN service, so you need to turn off Kepard after launching the app so as to not use up the 30 minutes.
I'm using "Kepard". It gives you a 1 year free trail. And up to 30 minutes free per day. But if you bring up the game you want to watch, you can turn your VPN off, but the game will still stream. You just have to turn the VPN back on if you want to switch games.
Edit: Wow, someone gave me Gold for this! Thanks!
It's something that you will have to pay for. It's a separate service that encrypts your traffic from your computer to a secure server. That way, when hackers or governments try to access your data, it only appears as a long string of unreadable data. However this only protects traffic. If you or the website you access has been compromised, your data will also be compromised.
I use Kepard, which has Android and Windows applications for really easy access. I won't post a link since I fucking hate affiliate links, and there are a lot of providers to choose from. Just get one that doesn't log your traffic and is based outside of the US. They run about $5 a month.
It maybe lowers it to about 80% of my normal speed, but a lot of that is the fact that all of your traffic is being routed through Europe or Canada before coming back to you. 80% of 30Mbps is still fast enough for most things, and you can bootleg stuff with no worry if you have a Netherlands server (which Kepard has).
But I'm in the US, so it just makes my slow shitty internet into slow secured internet.
None because soon as the stream starts, you can disconnect and it works perfectly without a VPN.
I just use Kepard as they have a free 10 min a day account. It takes 30 seconds to bring up a stream and then you disconnect.
I'm not sure how it is looked upon in this subreddit but there is ways to watch Gamepass for nothing. I'm attempting it this season as firstrow is terrible for quality. It's also not worth dropping the money on Gamepass for me as I'm Canadian and the black out rules are atrocious (No night games/playoffs).
It requires a VPN to the Netherlands. I'm using Kepard (free for 365 days with 30 mins a day). You turn on the VPN launch the game you want to watch and then turn off the VPN. Gamepass is free in the Netherlands. So it is a bit of a grey area.
Privacy & Security
Kepard keeps logs for 3 days. These record your real IP address, session start and finish time and the email address you registered with (which is the only information kept on file after 3 days). In their Terms and Conditions Kepard do state that they will collaborate with the Moldovan authorities in the event of a subpoena, but as very little information kept for even 3 days we don’t think this a major problem.
As far as encryption goes, while the website mentions ‘up to’ 265-bit encryption, when we asked we were told that 128-bit blowfish OpenVPN is the default. As we have said before, we prefer to see at least 256-bit encryption as standard, but for most users 128-bit is fine.
The stream quality is pretty much completely dependent on your internet connection. If you have a fast connection, the stream should be good quality. If it isn't then your quality may not be so good. You shouldn't need to buy any hardware, as long as you have a compute. You can use Kepard, and you get a free trial for 12 months, with 30 minutes a day free. Since you only have to use the VPN to start the stream, you will probably only need 5-10 minutes a day tops. I'm not sure about your ISP use restrictions, so that may be something to look into.
Download Kepard site. Once the stream starts, you can exit Kepard and stream in ~HD quality at your regular internet speed.
This works because GamePass is free in the Netherlands due to there being no TV broadcast deals there or something.
If you are so desperate to play and download it at once, I suggest using some VPN service which offers a free trial (say Kepard) and then download and play. That ought to work I think. Just take care you don't switch it off when Steam is online during the 1 day 6 hours lest you land into trouble of some sort.
Edit: Of course, I am not saying that separate launch dates aren't annoying, because they indeed are. I'm just suggesting an alternative solution which you may attempt at your own risk.
To be the bearer of bad news, I don't think anyone with a working VPN should be sharing at this point. All the IPs on Kepard have been burned and other options like are getting shut down just as quickly. If you find something that does work I'd sit on it.
Gamepass isn't available in Mexico either unfortunately. I do, however, second the VPN option. I use Kepard which is a free VPN service for the first year.
You don't need a credit card to sign up just an e-mail. Best of all it lets you select your country as the Netherlands so you can watch for free. After the stream starts you turn kepard off to avoid the 30 minute per day limit. The stream will continue on your normal internet connection.
I've been doing it since the HOF game and the only problem I have is in game threads you are anywhere from 10-20 seconds behind. I can't really complain since it's free. If anyone wants any information or help getting it set up just PM or reply.
You could sign up for give you 30 mins of the VPN service a day for free. Once you have connected to the stream on Gamepass you can just cut the VPN and your stream continues and gets better as you are connected directly to your network.
Here is another true free way to get it. Use Kepard as your proxy. Kepard gives 30 minutes a day free. But once you have the connection to the game you can shut it down and not use all 30 minutes.
Basically download the free Kepard program. Run it, set the country you want to be in to the Netherlands. Go to and click the watch games link in the top right. Pick our game, once the game is on turn off Kepard. Enjoy.
Yeah, totally agree. The Kepard free 30 minute VPN use/day and the on/off thing is a nice little loophole. But, this isn't anything groundbreaking or new because GamePass was free in the Netherlands last year as well.
Living in Canada not many of the Bengals games are on TV so I stumbled across this method on the NFL subreddit.
So basically the NFL offers every game live (in HD) for free to people in the Netherlands. Using Kepard you reroute your IP to the Netherlands and you can watch any game including RedZone. Kepard limits you to 30 minutes a day but you only need it to launch the GamePass app. Once it's loaded you should close Kepard to conserve your 30 minutes. It sounds a lot more complicated than it is!
Edit: I'm not 100% if it works for Thursday and Monday games now that I'm thinking about it. Guess we'll find out!
I can recommend Kepard.
It's great, very small program and great speeds.
It's the second year I'm on VPN.
Used HMA (hidemyass) last year, but don't go for that, they actually gave away some of their users on request. I couldn't be arsed to renew my subscription with them, you don't wanna go with the snitches.
> If so, does it normally work out of the box or ... ?
some VPN providers let you connect by using several different options of software (softether, openvpn, and PPTP), so the answer to your question may be yes or no depending on the service. I'm not recommending this, but take for example, lets you connect via PPTP or Openvpn software. but seems to offer only PPTP. if you chose a provider with OpenVPN connectivity then you will need to download/install that client software and download a ".ovpn" file from the provider's website and copy it the Openvpn 'config' folder. Some providers require you to download their own branded/packaged software application like with .
Charter is having DNS issues this evening. That's why your Internet is only working when connected to VPN. Kepard is providing the DNS resolution. I'm not sure how long Charter will take but you can always switch your DNS to OpenDNS (220.127.116.11) or Google (18.104.22.168).
For which game? I can give you a free low to medium quality website in general always useable.
or if you want HD and are somewhat computer smart and want to watch any game. you can do this...
this is the order you do it.
Download for windows
Install and run it.
Close your internet browser completely while Kepard is on.
Open kepard and switch it to Netherlands.
Open your internet browser and go to
Select the game you want.
Close Kepard. It only lets you use 30 minutes a day. The game will still play while this is closed. As long as you opened the game you selected before you close it.
Worked for me on my first try.
You deserve a 100 upvotes for this. Any VPN service will do with a waypoint to the Netherlands. I just wanted to throw that out there I was able to get mine to work with any VPN service that is not Kepard and a waypoint from the NL. Consider using VPN for anything really especially using public WI-FI. Between Wi-Fi spoofing, Honeypot attacks, and Firesheep, public networks really are cesspools.
Just had a question - I've been trying to use this method with preseason games and gamepass. Everything works as expected until step 5. After I turn off Kepard, my streams all die. Is this happening to you as well, or did I do something wrong when installing Kepard or something?
Kepard before first use but then you stay logged in. Just make sure to hit the off button after you log in just in case you need to log back in you still have free time. After a year you can pay 35$/year or learn to setup a proper vpn which will also cost you. Although I guess there's nothing stopping you from making another account.
I have Kepard. They give you a free trial of 30 min a day for a couple months. All you have to do is:
1. turn on Kepard (preferrably for the Netherlands location)
2. go into your internet browser
3. log into gamecenter
4. Click game you want to watch
5. once the game loads, turn off kepard
It will replay on NFL Network on Monday at 4:00 PM Eastern.
If you didn't want to wait and you are a bit savvy, use a VPN like Kepard. They give you 30 minutes free per day for a year which is plenty of time to set up a stream and exit out.
Register and download the client - Run the Program and set your Location as "Netherlands" - Go to the NFL Gamepass page - Click the game you want to watch - Exit out of Kepard
I'm Canadian and going to be attempting the kepard route as well this year. Once you've set up the program I find the option of selecting Change IP to anything other than the initial one works well. On the Gamepass site itself I just logged out of my regular account and the option to watch was available. Once you've launched a game just click disconnect in Kepard and it should continue streaming. Just connect when you want to switch games.
The only reason I'm going this route is because of the bullshit blackouts. I could subscribe to Gamepass but the blackout rules in Canada are all night/playoff games are not available live. Which means the 5 prime time games the 49ers have this season would be unavailable live to me.
adfreetime works almost identically to unblock but does seem to support gamepass, I'm on the week trial at the moment. Prior I had used Kepard to bypass the georestriction but it doesn't work as well for netflix as there's the 30 minutes a day restriction, which you just turn off the vpn to conserve the time.
I'm thinking I'll be using adfreetime since it is cheaper than unblock us and my gf uses unblock for hulu and netflix and if I get NFL access at the same time it's just icing on the cake.
Maybe you should leave Kepard on fully while you click the link above. I just tried it and it worked for me without any problems. Does it connect to Netherlands? Giving you a green light?
Then open the link above (I use Chrome), and it started right up for me. No other steps.... I also don't use any form of virus protection or windows firewall. Never have (I love CPUs. If you go to trusted sights, you never have to worry about that crap. Norton Antivirus, by definition, IS a virus itself, fyi). Not sure if that's a problem for you or not.
I downloaded Kepard and installed it (it looks like it freezes during installation, but if you give it 2 solid minutes, it'll load) and made a login (email) and password. I did not need a credit card.
When you start the program, it automatically starts up in the Netherlands, and gives you 30 minutes per day to browse freely. You only need one minute to start the NFL gamepass link above, and once you start it, you can close Kepard and save your remaining minutes in case your laptop malfunctions or whatever.
It's beautiful. I watched 4 free hi-def games yesterday. Then I went to my friends house, he did this on his theater PC, and we watched 4 more free hi-def games, without popups or commercials, on his big screen. It was one of the most amazing experiences I've had NFL on the screen, being free and hi-def and all. I loved it. You can have duelbox or quadbox action, put the RedZone in one of the boxes, and 1-3 games in the other boxes.
Oh the possibilities!
In case in the future any of yall want to watch the game online in HD, you could download Kepard (the free trial VPN). Once you download it, just select the Holland option for the country, and go to . Once you have the game selected and it has started streaming, just turn Kepard off (because its only a 30 minute trial). I saw this in /r/nfl and its been my savior so far.
NFL Gamepass. I'm getting tired of posting how to do it. Just search gamepass on this subreddit to get the instructions. And make sure to use Kepard or Hola Unblocker instead of wasting money on a VPN.
I would use Kepard, there is a free trial you can use, but I imagine you will have to buy ILP during the free trial so it may not really be a free trial. Usually league pass is free during the first 7 days of the season, so maybe wait until then and see how it works then make the purchase if you are skeptical
I used Kepard this past weekend to view games with an NL server. Yes the Game Pass subscription does include the Super Bowl.
I've used Kepard's free 30min a day to access games also. Simply connect to VPN, NL Server, then about a few minutes after you have the stream going disconnect from Kepard. The game remains and you get better streaming quality.
Well, Netherlands to be specific. Here's a recent article about it. Apparently, the NFL does promotional campaigns there, New Zealand, and somewhere else. I was dumbfounded the NFL just decided to make GamePass absolutely free in the Netherlands.
As for VPN, I was kind of skeptical and thought the stream would be choppy/slow. But, a few days ago, this guy mentioned that Kepard was free, so I decided to try it out. I was impressed to say the least and have been using it non-stop the past week to watch previous games. This also saves me $70 I would have paid for NFL game rewind.
Download Kepard Free VPN Trial
Configure Kepard to connect to Netherlands server.
Click the green Watch button
Choose the Bears game from the top right corner.
As soon as the game starts up, disconnect the free Kepard VPN. The game will continue to run as normal.
Congratulations, you now have high definition Bears Football. This can be repeated as many times as needed during the season, unless Gamepass changes its terms of service and denies The Netherlands access to free NFL games.
CAUTION: Kepard's free trial only works for 30 minutes EACH DAY. Forgetting to disconnect means that you can not watch any other football games that day with Gamepass.
This is the option I'm using. I've done the Kepard route and for my purposes this is much easier. Free one week trial and only $1.99 a month and gives access to Netflix UK for Breaking Bad.
It's pretty easy to set up. Just sign up for Kepard free version (can use it for 30 minutes per day), install the software and then log in. Then go to then NFL game day page and start watching your game. Turn off Kepard and you should be able to continue watching the game.
I'm going to guess you're using Kepard. Some of the IP addresses don't seem to work, you may want to try a different one.
I'm using this service and have been streaming NFLN all morning so far.
Basically, the NFL is blocking IP addresses where hundreds of attempts are made. That would be your Kepard, HolaUnblocker, and adfreetv or whatever it is called. Once thwy get new IPs, it will work for a game or two, but basically stops again once the NFL shuts it down again.
The popular choice right now is a program called "Kepard". There's a free account for 1 year that has 30 minutes per day access. That's all you need.
Once it's installed and you connect to the NL, visit the gamepass website. I log out of my account and the watch button is active. Once you've got the stream you want just disconnect the VPN. You only need the VPN connected when you switch games or swap to redzone or nfl network.
This is of course a legal grey area. But I'm not willing to shell out the $200+ for the season when all primetime games are blacked out due to being Canadian. Even the $99 for Madden isn't worth missing the 5 primetime games the 49ers have this year.
I'm actually pretty interested in this too, I want to use a VPN (virtual private network) so that I can use Gamepass for free (its free in Netherlands, New Zealand, and Argentina). Right now I'm looking at something called Kepard (which has a one year free trial) that another redditor recommended to me, but I haven't gotten it working yet.
EDIT: got it working now, its fucking awesome I have access to every game since 2009 in very high quality and I recommend it to everyone.
I used Kepard last season to watch games. You can sign up and get 30mins access for free daily. After I signed up last year I would access Game Pass through the VPN and find the game I wanted to watch. After about a minute, I would then disconnect the VPN. I would not lose the game I was watching and would get a better quality stream since the data wasn't going through different servers.
how funny, I was using firefox and the first IP that kepard offers and it said I had to pay 154 EUR, then I switched to the 2nd IP in NL of Kepard, went to gamepass and it said Subscribe for 0.00 USD , but it asked me to do subscribe, which I did but then asked me to "pay" with paypal, so I just stopped there, now I read your reply and downloaded chrome, and now I get the same as you ! Long story short, for me it works on chrome , won't work on firefox hehehhe , I am happy now, thxxx dude!!
Actually, I'm running Kepard's VPN on my Macbook Pro. Go to the Settings
Kepard free trial
Just be sure to disconnect once you get a game playing, so that you don't run out of minutes while watching it and have them to change to another game later. Gamepass can't tell the difference.
Download Kepard VPN. You will get 30 minutes free each day. Then:
1) Set your location to the Netherlands and turn Kepard on
2) Go to for free HD streams of all games
3) Turn off Kepard so you don't exceed 30 minutes
This is awesome, thanks for posting this. I just signed up for my free GamePass account using Kepard. FYI just sign up here. For OSX I recommend the PPTP method. It's simple to setup and uses the built-in OSX network settings.
Well, if that's the case, it's too late, because I got the information on how to do this (minus Kepard, which I found on my own) from the NFL subreddit. Good idea, but someone else already gave this info away.
The quality is unmatched. Gamepass is actually provided by the NFL and gives access to every game for free, but it is only available to viewers outside the U.S. (and a few other countries). Kepard is a way aroud that.
Might I suggest you google Kepard. They have a 30 minute plan where you get 30 minutes free every day for a year. Combine that with the fact that they've got the Netherlands VPN you need and that you can turn it off once you connect to a game, and you're all set.
Normally you can get your feed going and then turn off the vpn and it will still run. I've used Kepard as a vpn service the last couple seasons and it's worked fine. I've checked on and I'll get like 9/down which isn't bad.
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I guess HideMyAss is a VPN tunnel, whilst Kepard is an external software which installs a seperate network driver. I do not know which one suits you the most, but Kepard has a lot of different servers and it is quick and easy to use.
Ab und an nutze ich Kepard, die sind sehr günstig und die Leistung war immer relativ gut. Haben ihren Sitz in Moldawien, loggen aber für drei Tage. Wer das scheut, wird da also wohl nicht glücklich. Außerdem gibt es nicht allzu viele Server zur Auswahl, aber die, die es gibt, waren für meine Zwecke immer ausreichend. P2P ist nur auf den Servern in den Niederlanden erlaubt.
This was my next question ironically. I`m not the most tech savy person when it comes to servers and connections. i use a program called Kepard mainly because its easy to use.
but i have been using it for a while on the Canadian server but i stitched to the US server and boom 15 minutes later i was banned
EDIT:what vpn do you use?
i have been using this Kepard VPN for like a year now, its free and gives premium account on referral system. so if you wanna give it a try then go ahead, also if you gonna try then use my referral link so that i get 30 days of premium account
It depends completely upon your computer settings. You should be able to just turn Kepard on and select your country (it does not have to be the US). Then, once it is connected your computer will likely prompt you that it has found a new network. Once that is the case then you are running through the VPN.
Again, depending on your computer settings you may have to run it as an admin or grant access to the VPN through your firewall.
The best way to test is to google "what is my ip address" and see where it puts you. Without the VPN it should be relatively close to where you actually live.
Then, turn on the VPN and make sure it is connected and run the "what is my ip" again. If it shows the same numbers as before it's not working. If it shows different numbers than before it is working.
You can still get it with a VPN. Kepard will give you 30 minutes a day free for a year; just disconnect the VPN once the stream starts. Alternatively, Private Internet Access is a fantastic VPN for only $40/year and is also really useful for things like torrents. It's not free in the Netherlands anymore but you can still buy it. They really don't care if all your information is from the US.
I remember there being a list of alternatives however I didn't save it so you might have to search around for it in one of the news subreddits. And you could use a VPN (Most are paid though unfortunately, Kepard gives you a free month and after that free 30min a day I think) or if you're using Chrome you can get ProxySwitchy and use a proxy (HideMyAss has a nice list
Well, I've personally used Kepard at college to download Dota 2, TF2 and some other games and it is super easy to set up and get running. However, I think I misunderstood it retail release date in
Australia is 26? Everywhere I see, I've read that the release date is 27.
I use [Kepard]() They're cheap, they're fast, and they have (among other options) openvpn access. As long as you use any of the Netherlands servers, torrents are allowed. They're not based in the U.S. which might matter for legal issues like DMCA notices. Their tech support has always been quick to respond to me when I've needed them (such as back when they first made external ports available.)
For cons, I don't think they take bitcoin as payment and I believe they keep short logs to identify abusers, so if you are extremely concerned about privacy they probably don't make the cut. They have relatively few serves in only a handful of countries.
For torrenting they seem solid, and I've never had a problem. The no frills, "just give me a fast VPN pipe I can use as I wish" was exactly what I was looking for, and they do an excellent job at providing that.
It looks like the IP that hola unblocker has been using for NL isn't working correctly any more.
My new strategy (Watching game as we speak) is as follow:
Sign up for a free Kepard Account
Download their VPN client/install
Login with free account. You get 30min per day.
Connect to NL server
If it gives you weird package screen, go to Kepard Client and change the IP address until you get one that lets you access
Click watch now.
Wait for the game to actually start playing
Use Kepard vpn. It's free To download and use 30 minutes a day. BUT you can just open Kepard. Open the game. Then SHUT OFF KEPARD. The game will continue to stream the entire time. And you keep all your minutes. Works perfect and in hd.
You can get Madden 25 Anniversary Edition and sell the game (unless you want it). Your net cost will be somewhere around $50-60. It comes with a free Sunday Ticket subscription. You can also use it to get a digital-only version of Sunday Ticket which you can watch on a computer, phone or tablet. I assume these are mutually exclusive.
Alternatively, you can get a VPN service with a server in the Netherlands and connect to NFL GamePass through that. Kepard is one that lets you use it for 30 minutes a day free for the first year. Just disconnect it once the stream starts.
Born and raised in Plantation, FL (for those unaware, a suburb just west of Fort Lauderdale) by a mom who has been a diehard fan since she moved to the area in 1972 and has had season tickets since the stadium opened.
Currently live in Tuscaloosa, AL where we get mostly Falcons/Titans/Saints games. Thank god for Kepard and NFL Gamepass.
With Kepard, I only have 30 minutes free per day, so I haven't tested it for too long, but through my limited tests, the stream has worked while the VPN is still long. I could just pay for one of the VPNs for unlimited use, but the connection through the VPN is usually so slow that the picture is really low quality.
I have followed these steps but there seems to be some steps missing. Once i have clicked the link, and closed Kepard, im eft with an option to subscribe, and the cost is 0, but it still wants CC info. i dont see a watch button.
Close your internet browser completely while Kepard is on.
Open kepard and switch it to Netherlands.
So is anybody getting the 2nd option to work with Kepard. I have Kepard set up and my internet is working, but when I go to NFL Game Pass it asks me to subscribe to a package. Does anybody know what may be wrong?
Actually, I did a search on reddit, and found a thread on /r/cordcutters where the person said to switch back to US in Hola unblocker. I did that and it worked perfectly. Hopefully it persists; if not, I will give Kepard a shot. Thanks!
I use a paid for VPN, so I don't use Hola. I just had a go and had the same issue as you.
There are other options here, though again I don't use these:
People seem to be having luck with Kepard as you can buypass the "30 mins only a day" because you own need to spoof your IP to access gamepass
edit: i just tried it with the VPN client Kepard, and it doesn't seem to work. It did the same thing as "Hola Unblocker", asking me to pay for it, but in the Netherlands.
Yea, I just looked. It doesn't seem to work for me today either. I tried the "hola unblocker", and it doesn't work, (as noted by an edit in the original thread) but I guess it still works with the VPN... I'm going to try that now.
Could you help me navigate the site better? I have a dutch ip through the VPN application, Kepard. However, I'm having a tough time finding the stream.
EDIT: Found it-
Are you sure? I'm pretty sure they are just going through banning IPs so you have to find a VPN that hasn't had all it's IPs banned. I didn't use it this week, but last week I was unable to get through with Kepard so I used Easy Hide IP and it worked.
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I can confirm this works. I set up a VPN using Kepard last week and used it to watch the Dallas Miami game. So happy I don't have to rely on FirstRow's unreliable streams anymore.
The Kepard VPN route is hands down the cheapest way to watch NFL games because GamePass is free (via Netherlands) and the VPN is free (via Kepard). You get live, HD games with pause/rewind/rewatch functions. And you get access to previous games plus playoffs going back to 2009. You just have to remember to turn on the VPN when switching to another game. But, it plays just fine when you turn the VPN off.
Gotcha. I was having trouble getting it to work with Kepard, but I think that's just because it's free and thus shitty. I paid for ExpressVPN, but it's 100 bucks for the year, so I'm going to cancel it because there's a 30 day money back policy.
The best I've found has been Ad Free time actually, but there was some trouble with it a couple of weeks ago and I haven't checked back to see if it was resolved. That was 2 bucks a month, well worth the price.
Also if you are not in these areas like I am. I recommend "Preseason Live" which is only $15 with promo code "directv". It allows you to watch all 65 games live or on demand.
If you don't want to give up $15 use a VPN + Gamepass. Kepard is a good VPN service as it is free.
See, I used to use the Kepard VPN, which offers a free 30 minutes a day for a year, which is enough to connect to Gamepass, but the last time I did it, I wasn't able to access the games, it just redirected me to payment.
Hey , I am here using a vpn now with a NL ip , but when I go to thegame-pass website it still shows me that I need to pay (it is a lower price than Germany, but still 154 EUR) are you sure this is not over , can you check if it's still free for the NL? I triple-checked my IP and it's from the NL... :( using Kepard 30 day trial!
I've been using it for week 1 of pre season but I've got one question you might be able to help me with. Once I launch the app and select a game I quit Kepard; once Kepard is closed it doesn't let me select a different game. Does this happen with you or is there a trick to it? Thanks!
Well with Hide My Ass, you simply select server location to use in the program settings. Fairly easy to do. Just use and Amsterdam server, and If I remember correctly, there were 4-6 servers.
Never used Kepard, but someone at /r/NFL said it was pretty much the same.
Thanks. Sadly, most of it came from the NFL subreddit, so the league probably knows about it (if they follow the subreddit like someone said they did). I just found the Kepard part, because I didn't want to pay
$7 a month for something I was going to use once a week for a couple minutes.