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Change my IP adress?

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Hello people.
I would like to play a game in which I was banned years ago. Now I want to play again, but need a different IP address so that they do not catch me. I'm just trying the program "hotspot shield", but my ping is about 150-170 on EU servers and that's not good ...

Now my question to you, how can I change my IP address very easily without anyone noticing that I get a different IP address using?
PS: I live in Germany and it would be good if the IP could also be in Germany, Switzerland or Austria. (France is also possible)

Many thanks for your help.
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So let me get this right. You want us to help you bypass the sites security where you were banned to play a game?
Maybe i should remind you of something.
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