How StreamLocator works with different types of streaming services

For most streaming services:

We support all the most popular streaming services, see the full list here! Since these streaming services are only available in one country, StreamLocator is smart enough to automatically make sure you’re seen as local. BBC iPlayer will see you as in the UK and Hulu will see you as being in the US - even at the same time on different devices!

Multi-Country services:

To learn more about country switching - check out our quick guide on switching countries with StreamLocator

Netflix:

StreamLocator allows you to select your desired Netflix country. When you change your Netflix country, your Netflix account will automatically adjust to show you all the available titles for that country. 

Prime Video:

Unlike Netflix, Amazon Prime doesn’t support country switching within the same Prime account. For Amazon Prime USA, you must have a paid Prime account on Amazon.com. If you select Amazon Prime UK, you must have a paid Prime subscription on Amazon.co.uk. You can find more info about this in our quick overview of Prime Video.

Disney+:

After changing countries, just like Netflix, your account will automatically adjust to show you all the available titles for that country.

Note: Disney+ will require logging out and back in after launching the app for content to refresh on certain devices like Fire TV and Fire TV sticks.

Roku:

To access different apps and channels including the Roku channels that are not available locally we allow you switch between between local and US. Unlike Netflix or Disney+ you'll need to create a new Roku account after changing your country and then login to that account on your Roku device. You can read more about this in our quick guide on Roku country switching.

DAZN:

It works the same as with Netflix and Disney+. Change to your desired country and you account will adjust to show you the correct content based on the country of choice.

Zattoo:

A separate account is required for each different Zattoo country you'd like to watch in. A free account can be created in the country of your choice after switching to that country on the router panel and visiting the Zattoo website. (see our guide on switching countries below) 

To learn more about country switching - check out our quick guide on switching countries with StreamLocator

Special cases:

IMDb TV:

On Fire TV devices only: since Amazon owns IMDb, they share servers - this mean we'll need to change our Amazon relocation (Prime Video) to the US to view IMDb TV on Fire TV devices specifically. See our guide on switching countries with StreamLocator to learn how to do this.