There is ... but it's usually not worth the effort.
Playing PAL in NTSC-land was extremely difficult in the 80s/90s (VHS), and costly.
It was not-fun in the 2000s.
But in the 2010s, almost everything plays PAL, in some form.
That ISO would play with zero problems using the WDTV Live from eBay.
$60 refurb from grassroots-computers.
There are also several ways to convert PAL to NTSC -- and most of them look bad. It takes careful Avisynth scripting to do a good job.
Computers play PAL without issues as well.