If you own a more recent LG Smart TV, you can receive three free months of Stadia Pro.

With a new LG promotion, both new and existing customers can obtain a free three-month subscription to Stadia Pro.

Google launched an app for LG WebOS TVs towards the end of the previous year, extending Stadia’s availability beyond Chromecasts and Android TV devices. LG is collaborating with Google to give three months of Stadia Pro to consumers with a compatible Smart TV in an effort to entice more of its customers to test out cloud gaming on the TV they currently own.

Numerous options exist on Stadia to get started for no cost, such as a one-month Stadia Pro trial, dozens of games with free trials, and even a few games that are completely free-to-play.

With Stadia Pro, 50 games are available right away and may be added to your account. These games are yours to keep for as long as you remain a subscriber, and new games are introduced each month. In addition to providing more games, Stadia Pro also allows you to improve the streaming quality with options like 4K, HDR, and surround sound.

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You only need to own an compatible LG Smart TV to access this latest deal , which is available in every country where Stadia may be played. You should be able to locate the Stadia Pro offer in the LG Content Store on your TVs, which will provide you with a QR code to scan on your phone.

No matter how long you’ve owned your LG TV, you can use this special code to get three months of Stadia Pro. You may even use it if you’ve already redeemed a similar Stadia Pro offer on your Google Account. However, there is a deadline because LG will only extend the promotion through January 31, 2023.

One thing to keep in mind is that in order to use the three months of Stadia Pro, you must allow auto-renew on your Google Account and use a legitimate method of payment. But if you decide you don’t want to keep it, you may cancel at any moment.

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