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Yesterday, 100 Thieves announced they would be releasing their highly anticipated ‘alternative’ jersey. The jersey was first teased back in January when the organization released its red primary and white jerseys. Jackson Dahl, director of business, confirmed that the alternative colorway would release later in the year.
With the release of the black colorway, 100 Thieves revealed that both red and white colorways would also re-release. However, the re-release of the jerseys was not the only surprise that 100 Thieves had up their sleeves. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, 100 Thieves announced that they would be donating all proceeds to help those in need.
On top of their already generous efforts, the organization told fans that they would also be waving shipping fees in the US. If you’re an international fan of the team, the shipping fees will be cut in half.
John Robinson, president and COO of 100 Thieves, had this to say about the fundraiser: “Celebrating our LCS team and making all three colorways available for a good cause #100WIN”
100 Thieves’ League of Legends team recently placed third in the 2020 Spring Split. They will be sporting the black jerseys on stage during the playoff matches, as confirmed by 100 Thieves. Their CSGO team also made playoffs at IEM Katowice last month and wore the alternative colorway on stage against Fnatic.
How do I get a jersey?
This is a great opportunity to support your favorite team and help those who need it most. Interested in getting one for yourself? Head on over to the 100 Thieves shop. All three colorways will release at noon (PST) on Saturday, April 4. The prices for the jerseys will be revealed when the store opens at noon. If you’re looking for more information on how to get 100 Thieves apparel, check out their Twitter.
What’s your favorite jersey colorway? Let us know in the comments! To keep up with further League of Legends coverage, be sure to stay tuned to Daily Esports.
Danny Appleford is an esports journalist for Upcomer that started writing for Daily Esports in 2020. He now specializes in articles surrounding League of Legends, Call of Duty, VALORANT and Halo.