Quick little public service announcement for those of you who are unable to watch the World Cup 2014 on your television for whatever reason…you’re at work, your wife or kids are watching something else etc. There are plenty of options out there and some of them reqire proxies and blah blah blah, but my mate Dave did us all a favour and narrowed it down to 3 of the best ways for South Africans to watch the Fifa World Cup online.
Don’t ask about that pic. Randomly chose an office pic from the interwebs and copy/pasted a World Cup logo onto the screen. How awesome are my photoshop skills hey.
Anyways..here’s how you can watch the footie online.
- SuperSport: SuperSport will be streaming all of the games live through its website as well as on both its iOS and Android apps. To access the stream you’ll have to use your DStv Connect credentials to log into to any of the three platforms but from there you’ll be able to watch the games live
- Unotelly: Basically UnoTelly helps you fool the internet into thinking you’re in a different country where the service that you’re trying to access is available, like the US or the UK for Netflix. For the World Cup UnoTelly is offering a 40 day free trial of its service which will allow you to access a host of free streaming services in the rest of the world that will be showing all of the games live
- Wiziwig: you gonna have to click through to Dave’s article HERE to see how that works. Don’t wanna hijack his entire post.
Also i didn’t provide any links or how to get those 3 ways setup properly, but all the info you need with more details is available i the article on htxt.africa.