100 Thieves Reveal Three New Jerseys From 2020 Program

The project is led by Doug Barber of apparel brand Reigning Champ.

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Drake and Scooter Braun‘s co-owned pro esports organization 100 Thieves announced three designs from their new 2020 Jersey Program.

Coming in a clean tonal Primary (red), Secondary (white), and Alternate (black), the new jerseys will be used by 100 Thieves League of Legends, Fortnite, and CS:GO teams. The lookbook was shot by film producer Ryan Hahn of HPLA, which features some 100 Thieves’ athletes and entertainers like Moe “Yassuo” Abdalrhman, Brandon “Avalanche” Thomas, and Jay “Liazz” Tregillgas. The jersey project is led by VP of Brand & Apparel Doug Barber, recognized from Canadian sports-inspired apparel brand Reigning Champ.

The Primary and Secondary jerseys will be available for sale on January 18 via 100 Thieves’ website, with more colorways expected to arrive througout the year.

In other news, Nike announces partnership with T1 & ‘League of Legends star Faker.

 

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