How to use Atlas VPN to stream your favorite sports events
Some sports streaming services have set geographical boundaries, making them available only in specific locations. Most streaming websites log IP addresses to determine the user's location. However, when you connect to a VPN server, your internet traffic becomes encrypted, and your IP address is hidden. Instead of the real IP address, your device uses a new address provided by the server to which you are connected, letting you access geo-blocked content.
How to use Atlas VPN for geo-restricted streaming:
Download and setup Atlas VPN on your device.
If you are an Android or iOS user, you would need to download the Atlas VPN application from either the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. If you are a Windows user, you can download and install the Windows application from our website here.
Select your desired subscription method.
Atlas VPN offers both free and premium version of the application:
The free version is available to all users by downloading Atlas VPN from either the Apple app store, Google play store, or directly from our website for Windows users. The free version includes servers in the United States and the Netherlands.
In contrast, the premium version provides you with the fastest server connection speeds and gives access to an additional 20 server locations.
Purchase the subscription of the streaming service you wish to access.
Using VPN grants access to the geo-blocked content; however, premium streaming services still require an active subscription.
Connect to the desired location and enjoy watching your favorite sports event!
If you have any streaming issues, please make sure to:
- Clear your browser's cache
- Check for DNS leaks
- Use Incognito mode on your browser.
- If you still experience any streaming issues or have any questions regarding the VPN connection, please reach out to our Support team.
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