We’re excited to announce the Overwatch League Third Kit collection. The collection features brand new team-designed jerseys for 15 teams: the Defiant, Eternal, Excelsior, Fuel, Fusion, Gladiators, Justice, Mayhem, Outlaws, Reign, Shock, Spark, Spitfire, Uprising, and Valiant. You can buy these kits right now at shop.overwatchleague.com and fanatics.com. Players will wear these special jerseys throughout Week 1—and can wear them up to three more times in matches through the end of the 2019 regular season.

Read on to see all 15 jerseys and the design inspirations for each.

Atlanta Reign

The Reign's Peach jersey showcases a large phoenix rising from the ashes—in classic peach and white colors—representing the strength, resiliency, and bonds between Atlanta and the team. Across the heart of each jersey is the iconic Georgia peach symbolizing the Reign's love and adoration for Atlanta and the desire to lead by example in the league and in the community.

Pictured: Andrej “Babybay” Francisty

Boston Uprising

The Uprising’s third jersey fuses elements of soccer and football uniforms to create a unique esports uniform. The blue, yellow, and white vertical lines personify the team’s “Boston Up!” chant. The colorful gradient effect represents the deep Boston sports tradition in which the Uprising is now entrenched. The boldest part of the jersey is the Uprising shield logo, signifying the team’s unmatched potential.

Pictured: Cameron “Fusions” Bosworth

Dallas Fuel

The Fuel’s Grayscale alternate jersey contrasts black, white, and gray for a classic look. The smoky sheen of the jersey is a shoutout to Fuel fans who know what happens when #BurnBlue is unleashed on league opponents.

Pictured: Pongphop “Mickie” Rattanasangchod

Florida Mayhem

The Mayhem’s Vice jerseys give the fans what they've been waiting for—a shift to one of Florida’s most iconic color schemes, made popular by the hit 1980s TV show Miami Vice. They’ve paired the old-school colors with a slick, modern vaporwave aesthetic, with bold neon outlines reflecting the vibrant nightlife of the Sunshine State.   

Pictured: Jeong-Woo “Sayaplayer” Ha

Hangzhou Spark

The Spark’s Blackout jersey maintains the standard player name, number, logo, and sponsor placement—framing them on a black canvas. The Spark logo is boldly angled diagonally from the front of the jersey, wrapping around to the backside. The jersey represents the challenges and breakthroughs achieved by young people. 

Pictured: Shilong “Krystal” Cai

Houston Outlaws

As a callout to Houstonian sports culture, the Outlaws’ Retro Colt jersey pays homage to the city’s storied professional teams. This jersey showcases the Lone Star of the Outlaws logo, bigger and brighter than ever. Each shade of green represents the various creeds, cultures, and walks of life that make up the Outlaws fanbase, banding together in support of the team.

Pictured: Alexandre “Spree” Vanhomwegen

London Spitfire

The Spitfire’s Sunrise jersey—inspired by the Camoutint pink Spitfire—honors some of the bravest pilots of World War II. Used only during certain times of day to provide maximum concealment, the jersey captures the essence of these stealth missions, featuring an “invisible” spitfire cutting through the clouds against a sunrise sky, willing to put it all on the line to ensure victory.

Pictured: Jae-Hui “Gesture” Hong

Los Angeles Gladiators

The Gladiators' alternate jersey pays homage to Los Angeles by combining two of the city's most iconic cultures—the Latino community and the outstanding influence it has had on the artwork and culture of LA. Designed by local artist David Siqueiros, the grandson of famed LA muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros, the jersey combines sugar skulls and other traditional Mexican elements with a modern twist to imbue the Gladiators jersey with the spirit of Los Angeles.

Pictured: João Pedro “Hydration” Goes Telles

Los Angeles Valiant

The Valiant’s Southland jersey celebrates the grit and glam of LA and the pride and passion of its residents. Sporting a classic LA lockup as a badge, the jersey nods to the city's rich sports heritage, while the large helm highlights the newest addition to the city's champions. The Valla patch on the arm nods to the team's unofficial mascot.

Pictured: Scott “Custa” Kennedy

New York Excelsior

The Excelsior’s third jersey celebrates New York’s iconic skyline with a color scheme true to the city’s classic black-and-white fashion. An Art Deco stencil design interwoven with the team’s logo conveys strength, sky-high ambition, and glittering optimism.

Pictured: Seong-Hyun “Jjonak” Bang

Paris Eternal

The Eternal’s Blackout jersey—a classic pairing of gray and black—reflects the charm of the Parisian nightscape. The iconic Gallic rooster was scaled up to add pop and emphasize the pride and personality of the team. Large bold numbers were added to the front and back to better highlight the identities of the players and reflect a more traditional sports aesthetic.

Pictured: Harrison “Kruise” Pond

Philadelphia Fusion

The Fusion’s third jersey aims to bring a more traditional feel to Philly’s look within the Overwatch League, sporting a classic black-and-white striped pattern. With emphasis on a cleaner, more refined look, the back of the jersey features a carved out hexagonal shape, shining a spotlight on each of the team’s individual players names and numbers.

Pictured: Alberto “Neptuno” González Molinillo

San Francisco Shock

The NRG Bay Area Camo is a nod to a pair of local pro teams. The jersey embodies the classic silver and black of the Oakland Raiders mixed in with the iconic orange of the San Francisco Giants. The fresh design features non-repeating camo patterns, a sharp white Shock logo, and a seismograph that pops off the jersey.

Pictured: Jay “Sinatraa” Won

Toronto Defiant

The Defiant’s third kit was designed to champion the unprecedented cultural diversity of Toronto—anchored on the number six and articulated in some of the many languages spoken throughout the city. The design embodies Toronto’s strong sense of community that’s fiercely unique yet undeniably united. 

Pictured: Joo-Sung “Roky” Park

Washington Justice

The Justice’s Blackout jersey—a primarily dark black and grey kit with iconic red accents—captures the young, modern feel of a city on the go. The greater DMV region is rich with history, innovation, culture, and a strong, influential community that the team is proud to represent. To acknowledge this, they’ve woven the DC flag’s stars and stripes into the central design of the jersey, while also boldly displaying the state flags from our region on the sleeve.

Pictured: Gi-Do “Gido” Moon