That’s the thing - besides the Sunday Ticket, NFL+, the networks (CBS, FOX, NBC, ABC, ESPN, and their Canadian equivalents), and now Amazon Prime for a handful of games, there are no “legal” streaming apps for NFL games.
Actually, you just need to have been an enrolled student sometime within the past 18 months, I got 3 seasons of student discounts out of one $50 exam… e.g. register for exam at a university in August 2020, this gives you a student ID that says it expires in August 2021 - since August 2021 is within 18 months of August 2022…I don’t need to buy another student ID until August 2023 (assuming the new rightsholder even has student discounts) - I had used the same student ID card for discounted Hulu and an NHL.TV discount before ESPN+ absorbed that.
However, some IPTV providers are 100% legal and some are illegal. It’s extremely difficult for us at StickStreams to determine whether an IPTV service holds the proper licensing to broadcast its channels. Since it’s almost impossible for us to determine whether an IPTV service is legal or not, The end-user is solely liable for any IPTV service or app used on their streaming devices .
When a “neighbor and highschool football coach” says something is “totally legit!”, he means that he’s seen it work. Not that it is legal, or reliable. Yes, it works. But tomorrow it may not as sites and services get shut down for pirating-related reasons.
That “turbo charged” firestick just loads pirated content sources onto an otherwise legit firestick. It offers nothing that you cant get online on your own through various websites. The apps they “side-load” are not legit apps, which is why Amazon wont include them in their app store.
Agreed. Everyone has to determine their own morals, I suppose, but I wouldn’t mess with that stuff. Pay for what you want or find another solution. I stopped pirating in the napster music days (ok, maybe a few TV shows through newsgroups after too! )