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The World Cup isn’t just the planet’s biggest sporting event: It’s a launching pad for 3D broadcasts. Beginning with Friday’s tournament-opening game between South Africa and Mexico, ESPN will be airing multiple games in 3D.

Don’t have a 3D-enabled TV yet? No fancy 3D glasses? ListenUp has you covered. Chris Havekost, our Denver store manager, wants you to stop by during store hours whenever there’s a 3D game on and take in the action on Panasonic and Samsung 3D-ready TVs. Here’s a complete schedule of 3D game broadcasts (all times are Eastern) to help you plan your visit. (Games also will be taped for replay, so just about any time can work). Call the store (303-778-0780) at 685 S. Pearl St. with any other questions you might have.

Live farther south in Colorado? Our store in Colorado Springs (719-633-2600) is showing World Cup games in 3D on a 65-inch Panasonic Plasma screen.