UK-based esports jersey and merchandise provider Gamers Apparel has levelled up its business.
The company has moved into a new office that is twice as large as its previous one, allowing it to bring jersey production in-house.
Gamers Apparel said the move was required due to the amount of equipment it has invested in over the years, for additional staff and also for the next investment in its journey.
Its new premises is located in Kidderminster.
Gamers Apparel made the announcement in the following video:
Gamers Apparel founder and owner, Jamie Harris, said: “Through hard work and a consistent effort to reinvest our profits into the brand and also equipment, this has allowed us to offer a broad range of in-house production services, removing the need for third parties being involved in the production and delivery process of many of our existing services.
“I am proud and excited to announce we have made our largest investment yet. We have invested in equipment and infrastructure which allows us to produce items such as esport jerseys, hoodies, jackets and more, in-house.
“We now have the ability to control quality and speed of production, capturing any potential issues much earlier in the production stage, which will lead to faster turnaround times on orders across the board.
“Without your support over the years, this would not have been possible, so thank you.”
Gamers Apparel is also looking to offer an express service on bespoke items. It promises turnaround times of 2-3 business days after an order is placed.
Gamers Apparel was founded back in 2013. You can see more info on the Gamers Apparel website.
Dom is an award-winning writer who graduated from Bournemouth University with a 2:1 degree in Multi-Media Journalism in 2007.
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