To get around VPN blacklists, it might just be better to host your own on a VPS (ramnode, linode, digital ocean, hetzner). This requires a bit of effort to configure everything. The popular VPS providers might still be blacklisted tho.
Those that really care, can still find out where you live since browsers can leak your location in other ways, or they just recognize you.
I think a VPN is better used to access resources at home, or to prevent other people on the same WiFi as you from snooping on your activities.
The only VPN provider that I know of is Mullvad. They're more privacy oriented, but I don't know if the latency for you is good enough for video games. I don't know if they're good for regular browsing either.