As expected with the Covid restrictions being removed, looks like iFollow will be reverting to the old format of UK based fans not being able to watch otherwise untelevised games played at 3pm on a Saturday - https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/efl-ifollow-changes-protect-attendances-24490150. Streamed audio will be available but not video.
Those who are or will be overseas should still be able to access these games but not those in the UK - or rather not those who appear to be in the UK from their detected ISP. The way round it (if you really do want to watch a game on iFollow rather than be there - and I know there are a few posters on here that don’t have the option) is to set yourself up a VPN on your device and pretend to be abroad.
Which VPN app to go for depends on what platform you will be watching the games on and whether you’re only interested in using a freebie or are prepared to pay for a more reliable service (especially if you want to use it to access other things than just our games and so need a bigger data allowance than the free ones give you).
When necessary I have used Windscribe and also Melon (both free but restricted monthly bandwidth) for the odd game on my Android mobile and Amazon Firestick and they were both OK. I’m sure there will be plenty of other recommendations. You should be able to find plenty of offerings on your device’s app store or by a quick Google - but do a bit of homework before signing up as some are better than others!
Whichever one you go for the process will be pretty much the same - install the app, then sign up for whatever level of account you want. When you want to buy a game, fire up the VPN before loading whichever app or browser you are using to access iFollow, then pay for it (NB you will be charged in the currency of whichever country you appear to be in at the time). Do the same when the stream goes live to watch it**.
Being an “overseas” customer I believe you will also get the chance to sign up for video season tickets at a substantial discount on game-by-game and monthly passes - which might work out cheaper if you intend to be watching several games this way.
** I think there is a restriction that you have to watch games from the same country that you subscribed to them from - i.e. if you paid for a game while connected through a VPN server in the US then you will also have to watch the game over a US link too. I think this only applies when buying single games and not for season tickets but I’m sure others will correct me.