Sky has purchased 15000 3D TV screens from LG to install them at public venues across the UK to show weekly Premier League matches.
Sky is going to launch its new 3D channel at the selected pubs and other public places in April. The service will be expanded to Sky's top tier TV customers later this year.
However, it is still unclear which pubs will be selected for installing 3D TV screens.
Those who want to view the match in 3D will have to wear the polarizing glasses, which could be headache for many.
The partnership is a part of Korean firm’s strategy to highlight sporting events on its 3D TV sets.
Earlier in January, Sky installed 3D TV sets in nine selected pubs to screen the Premier League match between Arsenal and Manchester United.
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