The NFL Game Pass is only available outside the US and that is a shame as the NFL Game Pass will allow you to stream any Play Off game and the Super Bowl on either your PC, Mac, iPad or iPhone. However, I have found a way to sign up and use NFL Game Pass in the US.
The solution is to use the service Unlocator. By creating an account with Unlocator you can use their DNS addresses on your device. Simply change a single number in your network settings on your device and NFL Game Pass will no longer be able to detect that you are in the US.
There are several benefits of using a service like this:
Normally if you try to access the NFL Game Pass website from the US you will see the following message: “NFL Game Pass is not available in the United States and Mexico”. With Unlocator you will be allowed in no matter where you are located.
At least set up your computer, as it’s needed to create the NFL GamePass account. Once you have 3 green check marks in your Unlocator account when loading the account home on the Unlocator website then you are ready to create your NFL GamePass account.
Go to NFL GamePass and simply fill out fake location info for the account and create it like you normally would. Once you have created the account you are ready to stream on any device in your home network you have set up to use the Unlocator DNS service.
You can either set up each device or configure your home router. This last option will allow any device connected in your home to take advantage of the unblocking features of Unlocator.
The Unlocator service is very handy outside the NFL season as well. You can get access to all the major UK streaming services like BBC, ITV, Demand 5, 4oD and so forth. Furthermore you can use it to bypass blackouts from NBA, NHL, MLS and many other sports channels. The possibilities are basically endless.