Watching Wasps in the States
Posted by: wombles222 (IP Logged)
Date: 12 September, 2017 20:12

Evening all!

As the title suggests, I am after some advice. Our opening round of the RCC coincides with the wife and I being in Florida. Now i have already pre briefed my house sitting sis to record our games, however the wife has agreed to letting me watch the game live, however what is the best internet option to stream the game from the U.S? Advice and guidance wlould be gratefully received!

Chris

Re: Watching Wasps in the States
Posted by: ukms (IP Logged)
Date: 12 September, 2017 20:49

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wombles222
Evening all!
As the title suggests, I am after some advice. Our opening round of the RCC coincides with the wife and I being in Florida. Now i have already pre briefed my house sitting sis to record our games, however the wife has agreed to letting me watch the game live, however what is the best internet option to stream the game from the U.S? Advice and guidance wlould be gratefully received!

Chris

I think there was a thread about this a couple of weeks ago, my suggestion would be take a look at rugbypass, you need a vpn to place you in one of the allowed countries but it's fairly simple to setup. You can sign up for a free trial to cover while you're away. This will potentially give you HD quality (subject to your connection speed) . You may be lucky and get it on local tv but that could be hit & miss.

Re: Watching Wasps in the States
Posted by: PhilH (IP Logged)
Date: 13 September, 2017 00:12

European coverage is on ESPN while Premiership is on NBC (for which you can buy a season pass that shows all games - NBCSportsGold). Best bet would be to find a sports bar and convince them to turn one of their many screens to ESPN (if they are showing it - can't check as it's too far away).

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