Our normal ways of life have been greatly interrupted in a way that we did not expect. The coronavirus has spread across the world faster than a bushfire. Was it not just the other day that we ushered the New Year in style? Or so we thought. Three months in and we are now talking about isolation, staying at home, social distancing and the like.
We have been forced to embrace a new normal which is important for all of us to follow to the letter. The world of sports is no different. In an effort to control the spread, many sporting activities have been canceled or postponed. Yet, as a sports fan, you may feel like you need the diversion more than ever before. We know how you feel. Like you have nothing ‘entertaining’ to look forward to in the foreseeable future, right?
Luckily for you, this guide will give you handy tips on how to satisfy your sports streaming appetite for all things during these trying times. Here are a few tips for the right tech and content.
Invest in a Good Internet Connection
This is key. With everyone at home, more people are online than ever before. With traffic at an all-time high there are sure to be connectivity issues. Therefore, it’s important to invest in a good internet connection.
Sign up for a VPN
Speaking of internet connection. With a virtual private network (VPN), you will be a step ahead of your peers. Here’s why you might in search of sports content that is not available at home. If you download a VPN, you will be able to by-pass any geographical restrictions to gain access.
What I like the most about VPNs is that they allow you to browse the internet anonymously, security is guaranteed and you can access content from any publisher across the world.
Now that you already know what you need to have in place to access the best, let’s take a look at what you need to search for.
Look Out for Sports Documentaries
Streaming sports content is as easy as signing up on platforms that have sports documentaries published on their sites. Several online platforms are streaming sports content that will scratch your itch. For instance, look for sports series that cover the best teams from past sporting events. You can also watch some of the documented pieces that feature the most prominent sports icons. Here are a few noteworthy docs and shows to check out.
Sunderland ‘Till I die
This is arguably one of the best docu-series of all time. Spread out over eight episodes, the football film paints a clear picture of how football fans value the game. Catch this documentary on Netflix to see how the club’s followers’ hope pulls through to the end. There are lots of high and low moments in this series.
Second on our list is Icarus, a 2017 Oscar award-winning documentary. Catch this Netflix production to see how one filmmaker with the aid of the then anti-doping lab director in Russia unveils one of sports biggest scandals. This documentary will help you understand in finer details the events that led Russia to be slapped with a four- year ban from all sporting activities.
All or Nothing: Manchester City
This is eight-episode documentary features Manchester City’s walk to the 2017/2018 triumph in the Premier League. The documentary captures all the moments for the team giving you a first-hand real connection of what the journey was like. This documentary currently available on Amazon Prime Video.
El Corazon de Sergio Ramos
Take a walk through the eight episodes that give a behind the scenes documentary that looks at the life of Real Madrid’s captain. You can also stream the September 2019 release on Amazon Prime Video.
As you can see, there are lots of breathtaking sports-related content to spice up your stay at home moments. The varied content is just a click away. Amazon Prime video and Netflix are just some of the many online platforms that are home to a rich and wide array of sports content.
“This article was provided by Techwarn Media”.