Multiplayer gaming, xbox live profile, where to find country?

On Xbox 360, you could look up a player in the game and see their xbox live account which would show what country their xbox was registered to.  This was very helpful when renting a private server that specifically stated it allowed United States players only.  How do you do this in Xbox one?  So far, I'm not seeing anything anywhere that would indicate whether they are from the States or any other country.     

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 2 Applies to:

Hi there,

This isn't indicated on Xbox One profiles at all. Certain games will have matchmaking options where you can choose to search for local hosts (BF4's server browser springs to mind) at least.

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Yep, there are game provided matchmaking options.  However, this doesn't prevent international players from getting on a server.  In BF3, our admin would determine nationality of player and remove them since the server specifically stated it was for US players only.  The rule was there primarily to reduce lag on the server.  Players removed were notified why they were removed.  With no country tags on a players ID, the admin will have to remove players based on no data, just how they felt.  Doesn't sound right to me .....    

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