| COMMUNITY LORE|
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
Jamazon is a relatively new corporation based out of Seattle, only existing since the latter years of the Blaseball-Glolf Clonflict. However, it has quickly consumed most other companies like a grotesque, mutating amoeba, leading to its current slogan "Jamazon, The Only Company." Its founder and CEO, As Bestos, is currently the richest being in the world. The company originally sold "fun jams on the internet", but has since expanded into every other industry. It is currently the sponsor of the Seattle Garages home stadium, the Hotdogfingers Memorial Climate Pledge Garage and Parking Facility.
From its inception, Jamazon has been no stranger to controversy. In a press conference only a week after the company was founded, its CEO was quoted as saying "actually Limp Bizkit aren't that bad".
After the Blaseball-Glolf Clonflict, it was revealed through the leaked Partytime Papers that Jamazon had provided half-star players disguised as no-star players to the Glolf team. This led to a massive boycott of Jamazon by Blaseball fans across the globe and the universe at large. To save face, Jamazon "legally acquired" the Seattle Garages' beloved "Big Garage" stadium.
In XX16, Jamazon was found to have been producing artificial bloopers and marketing them to teams as organically-produced. This safety hazard prompted lawsuits from seven blaseball teams, including the Null Team; however, all were eventually settled out of court.
Around the time that The Forbidden Book was opened, Bestos and Jamazon led a controversial campaign for the promotion of cannibalism, claiming that it was "ethical, profitable, and yummy delicious!" After backlash, the company decided to instead campaign for climate awareness. Concerns have been raised that "awareness" of the "climate" is a dangerous and destructive goal to pursue in a post-Hellmouth era. Spokecreatures for the company have responded, "it's probably fine."
Bestos is personally responsible for burning the homes and salting the fields of Garages pitcher Derrick Krueger, leading to decades of conflict between the two and frequent riots within Hotdogfingers Memorial Climate Pledge Garage and Parking Facility.