In today’s article, you’ll learn how to watch the Indy 500 on your FireStick, iPhone, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, and other streaming apps without cable! Enjoy the race from the comfort of your home with the best streaming for local TV with these three amazing tips!
Note: We will keep the post focused on the NBC apps. However, you can use the official apps on all your smart devices. The unofficial ones are limited to Android and Fire TV devices only.
Subscribe to NBC Sports Gold
NBC Sports Gold is a subscription-based service that lets you watch live sports events, including the Indy 500, on your Firestick. You can sign up for the IndyCar Pass, which costs $64.99 for the entire season or $9.99 per race. The IndyCar Pass gives you access to all IndyCar races, including practice and qualifying sessions, and the Indy Lights, the feeder series to IndyCar.
To subscribe to NBC Sports Gold, create an account, and create an account, and create an account, and create an account, and go to the NBC Sports website. Then, download the NBC Sports app on your Firestick and sign in using your account credentials. You can watch NBC Sports Gold on your computer, phone, tablet, or other streaming devices.
Use a VPN to Access Geo-Restricted Content
If you’re outside the US, you may encounter geo-restrictions when accessing NBC Sports Gold or other streaming services that offer the Indy 500. This is because broadcasting rights for the race may vary from country to country. However, you can use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) to bypass these restrictions and access geo-restricted content.
A VPN encrypts internet traffic and directs it through a different server location. This makes it appear that you’re accessing the internet from that location, allowing you to circumvent geo-restrictions. There are many VPN providers, but some of the best for Firestick include ExpressVPN, NordVPN, and Surfshark.
To use a VPN on your Firestick, you’ll need to download a VPN app from the Amazon Appstore. Then, sign in to the app, select a server in the US (or another location where the Indy 500 is available), and connect. Once connected, you can access NBC Sports Gold or other streaming services and watch the Indy 500 on your Firestick.
Install the NBC Sports App
If you own a cable or satellite TV subscription, including NBC Sports, you can watch the Indy 500 on your Firestick using the NBC Sports app. The app is free to download, but users must sign in with their cable or satellite provider credentials to get the live stream.
To install the NBC Sports app, go to the Amazon Appstore on your Firestick and search “NBC Sports.” Once you find the app, click “Get” to download and install it. Access the app and sign in with your cable or satellite provider credentials. Then you can access the live stream of the Indy 500 (or other NBC Sports events) on your Firestick for one of the best streaming for local TV.
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These amazing tips make watching the Indy 500 on Firestick easy and convenient. Whether you subscribe to NBC Sports Gold, use a VPN to bypass geo-restrictions, or install the NBC Sports app, you can enjoy high-speed racing from home. So, sit back, relax, and prepare for the most exciting race of the year!
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