18 April 2018 - 21:15

You can now get your name on an OWL jersey—just don’t use any profanities

It'll cost you, though.
Overwatch Staff Reporter
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Photo by Robert Paul via Blizzard Entertainment

Overwatch League outfitter Into The AM is now offering custom jerseys.

You can put your name—or your gamertag—on the back of your favorite team's home or away jersey. The new jersey offerings cost $100, which is up $30 from the official player jerseys for each team. Custom jerseys can be made with any of the 12 Overwatch League team jerseys.

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Those who purchase custom Overwatch League jerseys will also be able to choose a number, too.

The 100 percent microfiber polyester jersey can't be emblazoned with any kind of profanity or defamation; if a jersey fails Into The AM's review process, the buyer will be refunded. Otherwise, once a jersey is ordered, it's non-refundable. Any number from zero to 99 can be put on the jersey.

Into The AM is a third-party jersey supplier for the Overwatch League, but the company sells lots of other gaming merchandise, too. The rest of Blizzard's Overwatch League merchandise can be found on the Blizzard Gear site. Hats, keychains, lanyards, and magnets are among the other offerings available to fans. The most recent batch of merchandise added new sweats and socks to the lineup, but custom jerseys are easily the most requested item.

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