Billionaire Boys Club Teams With Call of Duty League for Limited Capsule Collection

Combining elements from both brands to create military-inspired pieces.

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Billionaire Boys Club has announced a new collaboration with Call of Duty League, the official esports league of the Call of Duty franchise, for a limited-edition capsule collection. The collection utilizes the brand’s signature graphics heavily, including traditional iconography with Call of Duty League’s “technology-driven” glitch motif to create its military-inspired pieces. The collection’s custom-cut items feature signature camo patterns and other elements from Call of Duty League, alongside mainstay BBC Astronaut and Helmet graphics.

“Working with the CDL team has been an exciting first foray into the gaming world,” Greg Locsin, Senior Creative Manager at BBC ICECREAM said in a press release. “The BBC mindset is that of the innovator — always looking to disrupt and progress,” he continued. CDL has proven to be a leader in the e-sports space, providing gamers the opportunity to take their skills and passions to new heights.”

The full collection will debut on Billionaire Boys Club’s website for pre-sale on August 28 at 12 pm EDT.

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