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Norton's New Antivirus For Gamers Available Now For A Huge Discount

Norton 360 for Gamers is designed with video games in mind, allowing you to turn off notifications while gaming and more.

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Norton's antivirus software has been the standard for quite some time, and now the company has released a special edition of its Norton 360 program specifically for gamers. Norton 360 for Gamers is $50 for a year of protection for a limited time. It offers the same service the company is known for, with some special features optimized specifically for playing games. This includes turning off notifications while playing in full-screen mode, monitoring the web for your gamer tags through its identity theft protection, and much more. The best part is that it's currently discounted, so you can get protection at a good price.

Norton 360 for Gamers gets you protection on up to three devices, which can range from PCs and Macs to iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. It comes with a 60-day money back guarantee, which you can use to get a refund if you're not satisfied with the software's performance.

Some of the key features includes Norton's LifeLock protection, which monitors the internet and alerts you if it finds your gamer tags, usernames, or email addresses on non-reputable websites. It also comes with a VPN that helps you hide your IP address, a firewall that protects from malware and other attacks, and a password manager, among other things. You can learn more about Norton 360 for Gamers on the company's website.

If you're looking for a VPN that can mask your IP address and also connect you to servers around the world, then there are a number of options that are great for viewing other regions' selections on streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Shudder. However, reliable services can be hard to identify, so we've put together a great guide to the best VPNs for streaming and more.

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