Sky has added some more spice to football fans' viewing experience of late, as the broadcaster has launched a new online pub finder service that will allow them to locate 3D-ready locations and relish Premier League clashes there.
The broadcaster will kick off 3D broadcasts to pubs for the high voltage clash between Manchester United and Chelsea this Saturday.
The move has unsurprisingly attracted a flurry of pubs and clubs across the UK, with 1,500 of them have already signed up with Sky to receive content in 3D.
UK consumers can now click onto “3D Pubs” section given in Sky’s website to locate the http://3d.sky.com/pubfinder/ nearest place where they can enjoy watching their favourite football stars in action.
In order to make their viewing a seamless experience, Sky asserted that its people have been “working hard to ensure the vast majority of pubs on the finder have been kitted out with 3D TVs and 3D glasses in time for the match”.
After tomorrow’s broadcast, Sky intends to dish up at least five Premier League football matches in 3D in pubs before the season ends on 9th May.
Besides, towards the end of the next month, the broadcaster will further carry live coverage of playoff finals of all Football League at Wembley Stadium.