How to watch Game On and stream the new show online from anywhere

The sporting world may have been sidelined by Covid-19 recently, but a new comedy game show is here to help fill the void – read on to find out how to watch Game On! online and stream it no matter where you are in the world.

Produced by James Corden, the show is based on the UK's A League of Their Own, which is hosted by The Late Late Show host. It's set to feature the same blend of over-the-top physical challenges and tricky sporting trivia, but taking Corden's place in the hot seat as host is comedian and actor Keegan-Michael Key 

Competing against each other will be five-time Wimbledon tennis champion Venus Williams and three-time New England Patriots Super Bowl winner Rob Gronkowski. They're mainstays of the show as team captains, and will be joined by Mad TV comedian Bobby Lee and Late Late Show writer Ian Karmel as regulars.

A rotating array of sports stars, comedians and celebrities will throw themselves into the fun and games each weekend, so read on to find out how to watch Game On no matter where you are in the world.

How to watch Game On! online in the US for free

  • FuboTV: $55 p/m for around 90 channels, including local stations like CBS.
  • Hulu + Live TV: One basic plan with over 65 channels and On Demand content for $54.99 p/m. Numerous add-ons are available.
  • AT&T Now: Of their numerous plans, the cheapest is $65 p/m for over 40 channels, including HBO.
  • YouTube TV: $44.99 for over 70 channels.
  • Amazon Prime Video: You’ll need to sign up to Prime for $12.99 p/m and include CBS All Access, which is an additional $5.99 p/m. Both come with free trials though.

How to watch Game On! from abroad

While anyone in the UK will find it easy to watch Game On! courtesy of the CBS, folks elsewhere in the world may struggle to tune in to the new gameshow because of geo-blocking.

If this is the case, anyone from the US who's currently abroad could consider using a VPN. This nifty bit of software changes your IP address so that you can access all the content and services you already pay for back home – just from anywhere in the world.