The quick answer to your question:
Yes, StreamLocator does unblock Optus SportOrder StreamLocator
What is Optus Sports, and how can I watch it?
If you want to watch all the English Premier League and UEFA football, Optus Sports is where you need to be. That’s not all, though.
Optus Sports has landed the broadcasting rights for the 2022 FIFA World Cup—all 64 games LIVE.
It’s a true authority on all things football. There’s live coverage, on-demand options, news, interviews, replays, mini matches, highlights, fitness programs, and a range of shows that look into every nook and cranny of European football action. You’ll get all the press conferences too, and then there’s classic matches and EURO action from the vault.
If that wasn’t already enough, there’s even more for the hungriest of you football fans.
They also cover the J.League and K League matches. That’s all the action from the Japan and Korea Republic leagues.
SteamLocator already has a great selection of sports channels, and can’t wait to add Optus to their list. If you’d like to delve into a more extensive range of sporting coverage, how about DAZN, ESPN+, or NBC Sports? That should keep even the most avid sports fan going for quite some time.
How can I watch Australian TV channels with StreamLocator?
When it comes to watching any of the streaming services throughout the world, you (almost always) have to be in the same country to acquire access to their shows. It’s all to do with the licencing agreements between the services and the media providers.
StreamLocator creates a virtual location for its users, making them appear to be exactly where they need to be, and opening up those doors to previously restricted content.
No complicated settings or software installation required
We believe that the biggest of StreamLocator’s unique advantages is the way it connects to your devices. Most alternative geo-blocking workarounds require you to download an app or install software to your devices. All of them. That’s an app to install on your phone, another for your Smart TV, one to your tablet, and also your Mac, your PC, your games consoles, your Fire TV Stick, Roku, and Apple TV.
You’ve also got to remember to switch them on when you need them and pick the region or country you need.
There’s nothing like that with StreamLocator. Because our smart hub works directly with your WiFi router, it automatically covers every one of your Internet-enabled devices—automatically. It even picks the correct country and region for the services you connect to.
It’s simply a case of plugging it in and activating your account. No fiddling around with DNS settings and profiles. No messing with your router settings. We believe we’ve created the simplest system on the market.
And the final cherry on our cake is you can connect as many devices as you want. VPN and Smart DNS services limit users to 2 or 3 connections at a time. At the outside, you’ll perhaps receive 5 connections as part of your subscription.
StreamLocators connections are unlimited. If you want to connect every device you own, all at once, to different services in different countries—it’s not a problem.
StreamLocator takes care of everything, without you even knowing it’s doing it.
How to watch Optus Sports from outside Australia
The technology that the streaming services use to find out where you are is called geo-location tracking (or geo-blocking, geo-tracking, and a whole load more that sound very similar).
To find your way around their geo-blockades (you see, I told you there were more), you have to provide a virtual address, one associated to the country where your shows are being broadcast. A VPN or Smart DNS service will help create the address you need. So will StreamLocator, once we’ve configured our optimum settings for the Optus servers.
How to register for Optus Sports from outside Australia
For those of you who aren’t Optus TV or media customers (and we’re guessing that’s going to be most of you) then what you need is an Optus Sport Premium subscription. You can activate one from either the iOS App Store or Google Play Store.
With your account set up, and app installed, you’ll be able to access your account on plenty of other hardware and software systems.
Do you need a VPN or DNS to watch Optus Sports from outside Australia?
VPN and Smart DNS aren’t the only workarounds for geo-blocking—but they are the most well-known methods.
Will StreamLocator allow me to watch Optus Sports for free?
Optus Sports is a paid service, and no matter how you connect to it or where from, it’s going to stay that way.
Football available on Optus Sports in Australia
- Premier League football
- UEFA Champions League football
- UEFA Nations League football
- UEFA Euros
- UEFA Europa League
- European Qualifiers
- K League
- FA Women’s Super League
- Optus Sport Originals
Top shows on Optus Sports in Australia
- Nations League Highlights
- Euro Qualifiers Highlights
- The Season So Far
- The Headline Makers
- Champions League Show
- Saturday Morning Show
- Fantasy Premier League
- The Big Interview
- The Kelly and Wrighty Show
- Women’s Football Oz Style
- J.League Goal Zone
- The Catch Up Show
- Inside the Premier League
- The Analysis Show
- Matchday Live Extra
- Your Side’s Greatest Goalkeeping Performances
- In the Bubble: The UEFA Return to Play Film
- European Brace
- Limitless Cardio with Nicole
- Fighting Fit with Flare
- Welcome to Fitness Playground
- Optus Originals: Football Belongs
- Optus Originals: The Fall and Rise of Leeds
- Optus Originals: Kyah Simon: Taking Football to the Red Centre
We’re so confident you’ll love StreamLocator, we’re including a no-questions-asked, 100% money-back guarantee with each purchase. Try it for a full 30 days and if you don’t like it for any reason, simply return the unit for a full refund.