The Call of Duty League store has revealed its official jerseys that teams will be wearing throughout the new League. Earlier, it was unknown how players would be dressed to represent their team. It was revealed by the CEO of the Chicago Huntsmen, Hector “H3CZ” Rodriguez, that teams would lose control of production once the CDL began. Under the new terms of the Call of Duty League, all production of unique merchandise has now stopped. Therefore, production of merchandise will now be centralized and not be available through other distributors.
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With both home and away versions of the jersey, represented through black and white variants, the design for each team in the League is the same. The jerseys include the team logo on the front and back, as well as the CDL logo. The pattern on the front follows the team colors as well and applies to the distinctive stripe on the sleeve.
The apparel is developed by the company Outerstuff and will be available for purchase on the Fanatics platform.
Here are some examples of the jerseys available
A variety of merchandise is also available that is not related to a specific team. An example of this is a CDL launch weekend shirt. This has a launch weekend logo on the front and the logo of each of the 12 teams in the CDL on the back. This comes alongside other official CDL merchandise such as hoodies and snapback hats.
With the first event set to begin in Minnesota on Jan. 24, it is believed that the merchandise will be available to purchase at the event. Online prices show that official team jerseys are available for $74.99. Also, there is a limited-time offer to gain free shipping on all U.S. orders over $25.
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