Here Are the Overwatch League Uniforms for the Eight New Teams
Hangzhou Spark, Vancouver Titans, and the rest of the newly added Overwatch League teams get some new duds.
In just a few more weeks, the second season of the Overwatch League will commence. One of the notable differences from last year is the addition of eight brand new teams. Do you know what that means? Eight new jerseys.
Well, technically 16 new jerseys if you put into account each team’s home and away colorways. Thanks to the “2019 Team Preview” series of articles on Overwatch League’s official website, as well as one tweet from the Vancouver Titans’ Twitter account, we now know what each team will be wearing in the upcoming season. Take a gander at them below.
— 🇨🇦 Vancouver Titans (@VancouverTitans) January 25, 2019
These new jerseys are not unlike last year’s; if there are differences, then it is very slight as far as its visual design is concerned. It still has the team logo in front, a small strip with the player’s name just over the right breast, the number on the right sleeve, and the player name and number on the back. It’s nothing out of the ordinary but its always great to see some new jerseys. That Hangzhou Spark’s uniform is particularly fantastic.
Some existing teams have made some changes to their uniforms as well. The two that have made some noticeable changes are the Philadelphia Fusion and the London Spitfire. The former did away with their team logo in favor of just the stylized text similar to the Hunters’ uniforms seen above. The white colorway London Spitfire jersey no longer sports the shield. Instead, a larger version of the plane logo is implemented.
The second season of the Overwatch League begins on February 14, 2019, with the London Spitfire and the Philadelphia Fusion kicking things off at the Blizzard Arena in Los Angeles, California. The new season will implement a few changes including the eight new teams, a bigger prize pool, and more.
If you want to see if you have what it takes to make it in the Overwatch League, you can pick up Overwatch for PC, Xbox One, or PS4 right now. Blizzard just permanently decreased the price of the standard edition and Legendary Edition of the game on PC to $19.99 and $39.99 respectively.