ESPN Launches 3D Network in 2010, Watch the FIFA World Cup in 3D

January 5, 2010, By Radimir Bobev


ESPN will bring sports fan an entire new level of entertainment by introducing the first 3D network in the industry. ESPN 3D is set to display at least 85 sporting events, all broadcasted live, during the first year of its operation. It will start on June 11th, broadcasting the first match for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, which will pit South Africa against Mexico.

Other events which may interest you, that will be available in 3D, include the 2011 BCS National Championship Game, as well as college contests in basketball in football. Around 25 matches from the World Cup and the Summer X Games will also be shown, and there’s more to come too, but we’ll hear about that later.

ESPN are already well-known for the quality of the content they deliver, and now, with such high-end technology combined with it, this will surely be a great delight to the sports fans. The network has been extensively tested for over two years, with one of the major events during that time being the broadcast of a USC-Ohio State college football match in some theatres.

[ Via ESPN ]

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