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Thread: Is there a way for an overseas fan to see this game against the Dons?

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    Default Is there a way for an overseas fan to see this game against the Dons?

    I have a buddy spending the winter in Mexico. He is unable to find a way to watch zag games, live or afterwards.
    Does anyone know of a way?
    He has Comcast infinity at his home in Spokane.

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    I just learned Overseas=Mexico.

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    ESPN Watch has it. He just has to login to his xfinity account when he starts the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markburn1 View Post
    ESPN Watch has it. He just has to login to his xfinity account when he starts the game.
    He "might" need to use a VPN which can change his ip address to an approved ESPN location. google VPN

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    here's a low-res and small screen version that starts 13 minutes in (when the prior game's OT ended)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnvQptnSmCU&t=3985s

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyZag View Post
    I just learned Overseas=Mexico.
    yeah, sorry about that,
    Steve in Thailand also asked me if I knew a way for him to watch zag games, but he doesn't do comcast

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    ESPN player?? They can't use it from Mexico?
    Japanese fan

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    "overseas" costs money for ESPN Player / ESPN3. Even if you have a actual cable account back home. Only way around it is to VPN back into the states so you can sign in and use your cable account without it thinking you are overseas.

    Replay is usually on YouTubes. This one starts a bit in because it was on ESPN News before switching over to ESPN2.
    GO ZAGS!!!

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    You need to connect with a Zag fan who has a Slingbox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarenyon View Post
    "overseas" costs money for ESPN Player / ESPN3. Even if you have a actual cable account back home. Only way around it is to VPN back into the states so you can sign in and use your cable account without it thinking you are overseas.

    Replay is usually on YouTubes. This one starts a bit in because it was on ESPN News before switching over to ESPN2.
    I watched the ESPNU replay on Monday, and it started on time, the complete game.
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyZag View Post
    He "might" need to use a VPN which can change his ip address to an approved ESPN location. google VPN
    + Correct

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    Aren't the games being played on TheWTV? I watched many games on that before last year. Accessible on the internet. Click on GU then select the game.
    To Fish & Game: Keep streams stocked well for Mr. Few!

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