Latest limited edition apparel collection from Guild shows how esports is continuing to move into fashion 

Today, Guild Esports, global esports business, reveals its long-awaited next step into the fashion sphere with the launch of Patch 0.2.1.
Patch 0.2.1 elevates the streetwear designs from Patch 0.0.1, with a fresh impactful colourway. The limited edition collection features eight items including hoodies, t-shirts and high-rise white ankle socks, all with the Guild logo graphic designed by Fergus Purcell, in clear view.
A step away from the initial monochrome colour scheme used in Guild’s first Patch drop, Patch 0.2.1 uses a bold colour scheme of primary tones of forest green contrasted with golden yellow, and even a royal blue hoodie with an all over, repeated logo print.
David Beckham, Guild’s co-owner, recently sported the Patch 0.2.1 collection, wearing the green hoodie which you can see here. 
Every garment in Patch 0.2.1 is made in the UK, using organic cotton and recycled polyester. The full Patch 0.2.1 range consists of three unisex hoodies and t-shirts in different colours, a cap, and socks.
You can be part of Guild history by pre-ordering from today and securing the most exclusive release from Guild to date. Pre-orders will be open for one week only, with orders shipping from June.
Raina Marwaha, Director of Apparel and Merchandise at Guild Esports, commented: “Guild latest Patch 0.2.1 drop is bolder than ever. We are combining our iconic logos and London roots with streetwear trends of the moment, showcasing how esports and fashion intertwine. These two worlds are colliding faster than ever before and our team has worked so hard to deliver this range. We are so excited to bring this collection to market, as it’s a range that works for both gaming and streetwear style.”
Patch 0.2.1 is available to pre-order now, with prices starting at £10.00, exclusively on the Guild website –


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