Pokemon Trading Card Game Live Limited Beta is now available to play in Canada. It allows Android, Windows PC and macOS players to preview the new game digitally ahead of its global online release. Limited beta participants will also get access to the latest TCG set, Sword and Shield: Brilliant Stars, ahead of the expansion’s official launch.
This is a great opportunity to try out new free-to-play apps and favorite board games in an up-to-date digital format. The beta allows players to build Pokemon decks and battle friends in cross-platform gameplay.
When Pokemon TCG Live beta technically exclusive to Canada, there’s a pretty easy workaround that allows you to access the beta from the rest of the world. And thankfully, the process isn’t too complicated!
Basically, you’ll need to sign up for a virtual private network (VPN) that allows you to hide your IP address and move the VPN server to Canada. There are many affordable VPN packages on the market that allow you to change to thousands of VPN servers around the world. VPNs also protect your data and privacy online and make it easier to transfer content online.
If you don’t have a VPN yet, CyberGhost offers memberships from just $2.29 / £1.75 a month for a 3-year contract (plus 3 months), for a total of $89.31 / £68.25. You can get shorter-term contracts, but you’ll pay more in the long run.
So, once you’ve set up your VPN, here’s how to access the Pokémon TCG Live beta outside of Canada:
- Turn off VPN when setting up your Trainer account, or the site will block you.
- Turn on the VPN while you’re in the game so it thinks you’re in Canada.
And that’s all you need to do! We hope that helps you hit the Pokemon TCG Live Beta and let us know what you think about the game in the comments!
https://www.vg247.com/how-to-access-pokemon-tcg-live-beta-outside-canada-vpn Here’s how to access the Pokémon TCG Live beta outside of Canada with a VPN