Moniker, run by the founder of ESL Jans Hilgers, has unveiled the first ever performance wear line solely for eSports gamers.

The clothing line is called H4X (pronounced ‘hacks’) and went on sale yesterday via their website which can be found here:

The launch was confirmed via Twitter and seems to have generally received positive feed back so far…

The unique line of performance wear features gamer specific aspects to the clothes such as breathable vents and arm pads incorporated into various different types of tops.

The plan is to continue producing eSports specific performance gear via various different brands which will relevant to certain aspects of the eSports market, whether that be game or league specific.

As it stands, H4X is set to become the official supplier for several Inter Extreme Masters, ESL One and Dream Hack events, with a view on expanding in the near future.

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As reported by RollingStone, Jon Gurman, the CEO of Moniker offered an insight into the idea behind the H4X clothing line, explaining that, “eSports fans and players are warriors and athletes and deserve highly technical and practical gear coupled with the spirit and fashion of the lifestyle.

“ is inspired by the passion of competitive gamers, and reflects the mindset and aesthetic of esports champions.”

You can catch a first glimpse of the H4X brand when it takes centre-stage on Saturday 24th’s ESL One showdown in Katowice, Poland.

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