Mortality eSports is proud to announce our partnership with Teespring. With Teespring, we will now be able to provide awesome Mortality-themed shirts for all of our fans and followers! With over 1.8 million shirts sold on Teespring, we're confident in Teespring's ability to provide our fans the highest quality custom apparel.
Teespring is a crowdfunding custom apparel platform which allows users to create their own personalized campaigns. Users can create their own designs or select from over 10,000 pieces of clip art and more than 50 fonts. After that, users can select colors, a price, and set a sales goal. It only takes a couple of minutes before users are selling their own personalized products.
Here at Mortality, with the support of Teespring's talented team of artists, we'll not only be dressing our players in high quality shirts and other apparel designed by Teespring, but will also be presenting new designs through campaigns on a regular basis. Here are some of the designs ready for purchase today!
"We are extremely excited and proud to be working with Mortality on this partnership," Director of Sales at Teespring, Ben Russell explains, "From the beginning we have had so much fun working in the competitive gaming space - not only are they passionate people, but they are incredibly supportive of one another as well."
After seeing some of Teespring's designs, here's what our players had to say:
"Teespring is fantastic! I'm happy they're a part of Mortality now, and I'm excited to see any future products made from them." - Jeffrey "Axe" Williamson
"I'm very excited about our recent partnership with Teespring! Their T-shirts are amazing!" - Daniel "Chudat" Rodriguez
"I'm very appreciative of Teespring's offer to support Mortality. I look forward to the future and wearing their name at major events." - Ryan "Rayge" Rusch
Visit our Teespring store at http://teespring.com/stores/mortality and be sure to follow Teespring on Facebook and Twitter!
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