Esports team Faze Clan is squadding up with California fashion label Neff, a division of screen printing firm Mad Engine, to launch a co-branded Fortnite apparel collection.
The range of staples covers t-shirts and long-sleeve shirts with captions and graphics from the hit video game brand like the Boogie Bomb, Tomota Head and a sic-pack of Chug Jug, an in-game healing item.
Shaun Neff, Neff founder and Chief Creative Officer at Mad Engine, says: “I’m personally excited about how this all came together, and we’re stoked to have teamed up with FaZe Clan for this launch. We can’t wait for the fans to see the collection.”
Danish Gajiani, CEO of Mad Engine, adds: “We are excited to work with FaZe Clan and help bring this compelling apparel program to retail for both fanatics and casual Fortnite fans.”
Last week Prince Harry publicly condemned Fortnite, calling the online battle royale shooter “irresponsible” and claiming it “should not be allowed”.
Pictured from left-to-right: FaZe Adapt, Shaun Neff, FaZe Apex and Cizzorz