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Configuring Gaming VPN on Mac
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billyedwards
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May 27, 2020, 10:21 PM
 
I am using Netduma router and it's gaming performance was smooth on Windows, no lags, nothing, but as soon as I have switched to Mac, I am seeing significant reduction and lags in speed. I am using Ivacy VPN at the moment and have also downloaded VPN from their download page for Mac, but even after installing customized client for Netduma, I am not able to achieve the same results on Mac. Anyone else facing this issue?
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Lonely87
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Yesterday, 08:46 AM
 
Yes, it happens quite often. What VPN do you use?
     
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I use Express usually
     
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Yesterday, 01:55 PM
 
Why would one game using a VPN?
     
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Yesterday, 07:13 PM
 
Perhaps they are playing X-rated games. Or gambling online with real money - ie, playing the stock markets.
     
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Probably buying cheaper games out of market and region controls force them to play in the market they bought them. Games can be very cheap in markets with weaker economy.
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