Jazz Gaming Unveils Digital Jerseys

Season Two Features Home Association and Road Icon Edition Uniforms

Jazz Gaming, the official NBA 2K League affiliate of the Utah Jazz, today unveiled the digital jerseys to be worn by its avatars in competition throughout the upcoming second season of the NBA 2K League.

New this year, Jazz Gaming avatars will wear Association Edition white uniforms for the team’s home games. The club wore gold for contests on their digital home court during the inaugural season of NBA 2K League play. Jazz Gaming avatars will continue to sport the Icon Edition navy uniforms for all away matches.

The front of the jerseys features the Jazz Gaming primary logo, which pays tribute to the Jazz and the state of Utah, and the secondary eighth note logo is displayed on the waistband of the shorts. The back of the jersey lists the player’s number and their gamer tag.

The NBA 2K League recently announced a multiyear partnership with Champion Athleticwear as the league’s official outfitter, and all digital uniforms display the Champion and NBA 2K League logos on both the jerseys and shorts.

Official Jazz Gaming merchandise is on sale now at the Jazz Gaming Team Store.

Jazz Gaming owns the No. 1 overall selection in the 2019 NBA 2K League Draft on Tuesday, March 5. The draft will begin at 3 p.m. (MT) at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., and it will be livestreamed on the league’s Twitch channel.

Jazz Gaming Head Coach Jelani “Comp” Mitchell will lead a team highlighted by Shaka “Yeah I Compete” Browne, a point guard from Mount Vernon, N.Y., and DeMar “Deedz” Butler, a power forward from Spotsylvania, Va. The pair was protected by Jazz Gaming following the inaugural season of the NBA 2K League and will return for season two. Jazz Gaming’s six-player roster will be completed by its selections in the four-round NBA 2K League Draft.