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Watch World Cup Games On Your Smartphone

With the World Cup games ongoing in Qatar, you may need to watch some of them while you are away from home. If you have no access to a TV, don’t worry, you can catch the game on your smartphone as well. Here is how:

1. DSTV Now

This is the original DSTV app from Multichoice that lets you get the service on your mobile device. Almost all recent Android devices supports the app. What is more, if you already have a DSTV Compact subscription at home, you can watch all World Cup games from your smartphone.

All you need to do is download the app and login your DSTV Connect ID. After this, search for the matches you want to watch and enjoy. While the app only works in most African countries, you can use a good VPN to bypass the geographical restrictions. No doubt, this method requires a paid subscription.

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2. BBC Sport via VPN or DNS

BBC Sport is one of the most famous sports channel in the UK and it is showing several of the games from the Qatar World CupGoal says that the channel will show a total of 33 live fixtures for those with a TV license in the country.

To watch BBC Sport with a VPN, you need to download one that works with your phone and connect through a provided UK server. You can also join the Getflix streaming service and setup a DNS server address. You will need to go to the website or download the channel’s app to watch the matches.

3. Bootleg sites

Bootleg sites are illegal and could pose danger to your device. However, when it comes to streaming sporting events, including World Cup matches, they work. Popular sites like hesgoal,, koralive-tv, and so on have become famous for their ease of use. Of course, it is not as smooth an experience as watching the matches legally. You may need a VPN to access some of these sites, depending on your location.

These methods allow you stay up-to-date and not miss a minute of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, regardless of where you are.

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