Just one week out from the start of a new era in competitive Call of Duty history, the official Call of Duty League store has revealed a first look at the jerseys teams will be wearing when they take to the stage throughout 2020.
With the first slate of CDL matchups taking place on January 24 in Minnesota, teams will soon be stepping on stage and representing their respective cities.
While it was previously unknown just how players would be fitted at their own homestand events throughout the 2020 season, a new update to the CDL website has given an overview of the exact jersey design in place for the inaugural year of competition.
Sporting both home and away variants for every team, jersey designs appear identical across the board with a simple mix of text, team branding, and a single pattern across the chest.
White is the color for all home jerseys while black will signify the visiting teams at each event. A small stripe around the left sleeve provides a dash of unique color to both variants on top of the respective logos of each team.
The Chicago Huntsmen jerseys for instance, are primarily black and white with a hint of dark green featured on the sleeve, throughout the logos, and within certain lettering. The same applies for every team with its own unique coloring.
Priced at $74.99 USD per jersey, the new items are made with 100% polyester and are available in all sizes from Small to 4XL. All clothing will be manufactured by Fanatic, the same company that produces Overwatch League jerseys.
The initial collaboration was met with a great deal of disappointment in that community due to steep costs and misleading advertising.
A wide array of merchandise is also available on the CDL store. From shirts to hoodies and beanies, fans will be able to kit themselves out in all sorts of clothing to represent their favorite franchises. In line with the jerseys, all accompanying merch maintains a singular design across each of the 12 teams.
The first event is set to kick things off on January 24, and it’s likely that attendees will be able to purchase this fresh Call of Duty League merchandise in person.
With this new release however, teams will no longer be able to produce clothing of their own, as previously indicated by Huntsmen CEO Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez.