Back in February, we reported that Nike will be partnering with League of Legends Pro League (LPL). The deal see's Nike become the official apparel provider for the league, which includes clothing, sneakers, and, eventually, team jerseys. This is a historic first for league-wide partnership in eSports as of now. Today, Nike unveils the sixteen jerseys for each team.

The jerseys, which will make their debut at 2019 Season World Championship in Europe, feature bespoke designs unique to the gaming teams and a common chevron pattern on the chest to symbolize motion and teamwork. For examples, the Fun Plus Phoenix jersey has a red all-over flame print while team Invictus gets an angel wing pattern. The chevron design is also a nod to the Summoner's Rift — the most competitive battleground in the League of Legends world.

Be on the lookout for the team jersey debut at the LPL Season World Championship on October 10. Click through the gallery above for a closer look at  all the jerseys.

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