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Overwatch Team Whose 'FU' Jersey Was Banned Is Back With More FUs

Back in May, Philadelphia Fusion’s Overwatch Contenders team, Fusion University, ran into some wardrobe difficulties when their team jersey—emblazoned with a giant, devil-may-care “FU”—got banned from the season one finals. Now, though, they’re back with a new jersey that tells “FU” haters to F off.

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Later today, Fusion University will be playing in the Contenders season two finals at the Blizzard Arena in Los Angeles. Ahead of the big showdown with fellow university team XL2 (the scrappy little brother of OWL juggernaut NYXL), Fusion University revealed their snazzy new jerseys, as pictured above.

Wait a minute. Do I see what I think I see? Enhance!

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Enhance further!

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Yep. Since the colossal, Superman-style “FU” didn’t fly, Fusion University went with something more subtle this time: a veritable murder of itsy-bitsy baby “FUs.” They accompanied the jersey pic with an equally pun-tastic hashtag: #GoFU.

I admire their dedication as well as their design sense. If only all fashion could be this passive-aggressive.

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Thanks to Dot Esports’ Nicole Carpenter for the spot!

Kotaku senior reporter. Beats: Twitch, streaming, PC gaming. Writing a book about streamers tentatively titled "STREAMERS" to be published by Atria/Simon & Schuster in the future.

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DISCUSSION

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~ Pastafaria Joe ~

While it is funny and whatnot, how is anyone supposed to take eSports seriously as a Sport if eSports can’t even take itself seriously?

The current state of things, eSports promotes trash-talking, immature design, and other unsportsman-like behavior... it’s really kind of sad.

People complain that people don’t consider eSports as “sports”, yet then complain that they can’t behave the way that they want, something that makes professional sports what they are.