Blizzard’s new arena in Los Angeles, California, where Overwatch League season one kicked off yesterday evening, is the real deal. And by that, I mean it has a gift shop, the surest marker of any worth-its-salt sporting enterprise. I have investigated the gift shop; here is a definitive ranking of the items for sale in it, from worst to best.

19. Gray Overwatch League inaugural season shirt

Yep, that sure is a shirt.

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18. Team-name-emblazoned lanyards

These sure will look good in whatever drawer I toss them into when I realize, five minutes after buying them, that I’ll never use them.

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17. “Glass water bottle” in a box

This might’ve been ranked higher had I been able to see the water bottle, but as is, I don’t really know what I’m working with here.

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16. Plastic Overwatch cups

Have you ever walked through a room, been told that something was in that room, and realized you have zero recollection of it because that object was so nondescript as to essentially render itself invisible?

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15. Overwatch Funko Pop figurines

Absolutely not, even though there’s basically no other Pharah merchandise in the store.

The D.Va one is kinda cute, though.

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14. Team stickers?

I’m not 100 percent sure what these are. They look fine.

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13. Team key chains

Elaborate keychains are bad. Hardly anyone aside from you ever sees them, and they make your keys heavier and your pockets bulgier. The Overwatch League ones look kinda cool, but I’ll keep my keys naked and free, thanks.

12. Team pins

Everybody likes pins, and some of the team logos are alright. I’m not even a big fan of Florida Mayhem, but their logo is a visual design masterpiece. I’d wear it on that merit alone and say to passersby, “YES, BUT DO YOU REALIZE THAT THE BOMB FUSE IS ALSO A PALM TREE.”

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11. Team Hats

These are all fine.

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10. Team Jerseys

These are mostly alright, though I think some of the color schemes work better in this format than others. Also, the Jack In The Box logo on the Dallas Fuel jersey looks like a giant, angry pimple on your chest, and I just remembered that I’m not Kevin Smith, so I would probably never wear these outside of events.

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9. Ganymede plush

I want to hug it, but it also feels kinda weird that I’ll have to bust open Bastion’s head to free it from its cardboard prison.

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8. Overwatch League jacket

The logo takes up too much real estate, and the coloration means you’ll look like Naruto’s evil twin if you wear it, but otherwise it seems like an alright jacket.

7. Black Overwatch League hoodie

Less gaudy than the jacket. Better logo, too. I might actually wear this.

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6. Reaper statue

A very nice statue of Reaper that probably costs multiple hundreds of dollars. I dig it, but not at that price.

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5. Widowmaker statue

Simple and sleek. I like it.

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4. Tracer statue

It’s Tracer! She appears to be going fast, but, as a statue, is also forever constrained by the cruel shackles of time. A good metaphor for Tracer’s character, actually.

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3. D.Va statue

This thing is massive—around twice the size of the other statues—and nicely detailed. I would like to own this, but I’m not a wealthy man, and my apartment probably isn’t worthy anyway.

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2. Bastion statue

They made Bastion so cute that I don’t hate him anymore! An accomplishment.

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1. Genji statue with anatomically correct butt

How can they sell this in a store? It belongs in an art gallery.