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The British Open is back for another year starting July 13. And for golf fans around the world, you should know that coverage will be limited! Even today, when we can stream just about anything from our TVs, phones, and computers, live streaming is still hard to get access to.
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The Tour de France is here again. Watching streaming sports online via laptop, PC, iPad, or even your smartphone is easier than ever before. But despite being able to access the Tour on all your favorite devices, it’s still (almost) impossible to view the websites that stream coverage if you are living outside your home country.
With the World Cup half way done, it’s already time to start thinking about what’s next on the list of international sports to stream online. Though not as widely known as the events going on in Brazil right now, the 2014 XX Commonwealth Games have enough of a following to draw some attention of the online sports world.
If you’ve read my blog before, then you’ll know that I am certainly not a VPN power user. Some of the technical aspects of VPN use is beyond me. But over the years I have learned quite a bit by bugging the staff at various VPN companies to explain it in simple terms.