February 27th, 2013, 03:13 PM #1
Gamecenter Question for Tonight
I'm still trying to figure out this GCL blackout crap. I live in Canada and tonight's game is on TSN2. I have Unblock-US so that I can watch American Netflix, but I believe this game is also being aired nationally in the States. Does that mean that there's no way I'm seeing this on GCL. If that is the case, what do you guys do in this situation? I don't have cable and even when I did, I never paid for TSN2. Am I stuck searching for an illegal stream right away? Thanks for any help. This blackout thing has been very frustrating. I have five kids, so I don't always get to watch the games, but it seems half the time I do, I'm stuck with a blackout. LIfe was so much easier when no one gave a crap about the Kings. This Stanley Cup thing has resulted in too many games on national TV in Canada.
February 27th, 2013, 04:57 PM #2
Its a national game in the US too, so it will be a full GCL blackout. You will likely have to look for alternative methods...
February 27th, 2013, 10:04 PM #3
No such thing as full gcl blackout. There are ways that are gray but possible. I've seen it done both in the playoffs last year and this year but only on handheld devices.
I think you need a VPN to do it on your desktop though.
February 28th, 2013, 01:16 AM #4
So, the whole game worked on Gamecenter. Not sure why, but it did. Perhaps, because of Unblock-Us or perhaps because it wasn't actually blacked out. Don't get it, but glad I got to see it.