Clothing company Fanatics just can’t seem to catch a break with their Overwatch League gear, now it’s a new line of t-shirts that have fans asking “What?”
Fanatics partnered with The Overwatch League for Season Two and right away, fans noticed something wasn’t quite right with the “official” team jerseys.
Now a new Fanatics t-shirt has thrown fans for a loop and makes you wonder if it was a real person or just some kind of computer algorithm that put these shirts together.
At first glance, the shirts look fine. They have the team name and logo on them, pretty standard fare. But if you take a look at the text underneath the design on the chest, things start to get weird.
For example, Washington’s shirt reads “Washington D.C. _____ capital of the United States _____ center of American _____ _____ along the Potomac River and declared _____.”
It’s not just one or two shirts that are like this either, every team in the league has the shirt and they all contain random phrases or words that make no sense in context.
Another great example is the Los Angeles Valiant’s. Did you know that Los Angeles is the most ____ city in California? Well now you do.
hey girls did you know that Los Angeles is the most— bonnie (@bonniequeue) May 22, 2019
city in California pic.twitter.com/G2IMzXxZlw
The Overwatch League and its teams are currently taking a break after the Stage Two Finals and the All-Star Weekend until June 6.
Overwatch’s Anniversary event ends on June 10, just a few days after Overwatch League Stage Three gets started.