British Esports Association

British Esports partners with Raven.GG to offer team jerseys to schools and colleges

News - 26 Sep 2018

Teams taking part in the British Esports Championships for schools and colleges will have the option to get a custom jersey designed and made through Raven.GG.

We’ve teamed up with the esports merchandise company to offer participants the extra option if they’re interested in it.

Please note this is an optional extra and is not required to take part in the Championships, which is a series of esports tournaments starting in October for students aged 12-19.

Participants can access the Raven.GG British Esports portal via www.raven.gg/British-Esports.

Packages include:

  • League of Legends Team (5 jerseys) - 10% saving (£175)
  • Rocket League Team (3 jerseys) - 10% saving (£94.50)
  • Overwatch Team (6 jerseys) - 10% saving (£189)
  • Complete Team Package (14 jerseys) - 20% saving (£392)



Truro & Penwith College show off their Team Vertiseas shirts

Packages can be purchased in combinations if required, with extra individual jerseys available at standard price.

The school or college will need to select their required package(s). Upon checkout, they will then need to select their desired jersey template from the available options, provide their school logo in vector format and provide the colours for their school jersey.

After checkout, the customer will be asked to complete an order form to fill out the names and sizes for each jersey.

A Raven staff member will send a jersey mockup/proof to the provided email address within 2 working days for confirmation from the school. Changes can be made at this point.

Once finalised, orders will be manufactured and fulfilled within 2-3 weeks.

For repeat orders, designs will be held on record so the school will not have to provide the school logo or colours each time.

Participants can access the Raven.GG British Esports portal via www.raven.gg/British-Esports, or read more info on the Championships in our hub



Some members of Sunderland College Seers model their custom jerseys