ITT: People who do not know about vector graphics, where all the components are described in mathematical formulas rather than saying “this pixel is red, the next pixel is red, oh the next pixel is blue…” When you send a T-shirt off for printing, or cut vinyl, or other things like that, you’re dealing in vectors (even if it’s just the T-shirt place doing it for you).
1293 didn’t have vector art for their logo, but luckily it was simple enough to redraw. You may want to shell out the ten bucks for Vector Magic to do its thing (it’s rad), although applications like Adobe Illustrator (or Intaglio in my case, which is more or less abandonware now but I have it) can do some of that.
Also, running your logo through WhatTheFont seems to confirm it’s either Humanist 521 Bold or Gill Sans. The former used to be the typeface of choice for Pokémon cards (might still be, I haven’t played in over a decade), the latter is a stock macOS system font. The difference is in the precise width, which is really tough to tell when it’s wrapped around a curve.