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How to Use a VPN to Stream the 2018 World Cup in HD


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With more than 190 countries offering live broadcasts, the 2018 World Cup is expected to be the single biggest sporting event of the year. That said, if you don’t have cable, you might have a hard time streaming.

Fortunately, there are simple tricks you can use to bypass those pesky cable restrictions. If you’re not sure where to stream 2018 soccer World Cup in HD, you’re in luck. Here’s how you can use a VPN (virtual private network) to watch every match live.
VPNs let you stream in HD

When you connect to a VPN, you’re able to access the web in ways you never could before. That’s because VPNs make it possible for you to stream content in other countries. For years, people have been using VPNs in countries like China to unblock popular sites like Facebook and YouTube. They’re a safe and easy way to browse the web without boundaries.



With dedicated apps available for laptops, desktops, smartphones, and more, you can use a VPN to simultaneously hide your location as you take on another in a different city, state, or even country.
How VPNs work

Everything you do online is tied to your specific IP address: it’s how webpages communicate with your web browser and how you’re able to access certain sites. Ever tried to watch a video on YouTube only to get a notice that the content was blocked in your area? That’s because your IP address was outside the video’s geographic boundaries.

When you use a VPN, you’re able to access the web from a different area. Every time you connect to a VPN server you simultaneously hide your real IP address as you assume another IP in the location of your choice. A person browsing in the U.S. can connect to a VPN in the UK and instantly unblock British content.
How to use a VPN to stream the World Cup

Now that you know how VPNs work, you can start using one to unblock soccer streams. There are tons of broadcasts options to choose from, but when it comes down to it, the BBC’s ITV is arguably the best option. With free-to-stream coverage spanning all 64 matches, it’s the best option available.

To stream the World Cup on ITV, simply use your VPN to connect to any British-based VPN location, head to ITV and search for World Cup streams. You’ll notice that with the VPN off the site is restricted, but once your VPN is activated you should have no problem streaming.

And that’s all there is to it. You don’t need to sign up to stream or need to download some super extravagant package; all you need is a VPN and little know-how. That said, you’ll want to make sure you use a VPN that offers servers where you want to connect.

You’ll also want to look for VPN providers that offer apps on the device (or devices) you own. Most VPN subscriptions today cover multiple devices, so you should have no problem using a single subscription to download a VPN on your phone, desktop, and even your laptop. Happy streaming!

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