Another week is over, and our competitors in CS2, EA FC 24, and EA FC Mobile are getting closer to securing the top 4 and a place at the LAN event in Zagreb. Find out who already managed to secure these spots and who is still fighting for it in all three main games in the 12th A1 Adria League season.
Shaq is the first EA FC Mobile semifinalist
The results are in, and EA FC Mobile players have played some decider matches this week. From them, one player has secured and advanced to the next stage of the competition, while one other has been eliminated. The successful player was Shaq who won against Ivand with a 2:1 victory. On the other hand, we had to say goodbye to Destroyer who didn’t manage to win a single game in this group stage. It was Nerko who eliminated Destroyer with another 2:1 win. The third game that day ended with the same score between suh12 and Lazar where the former came out victorious.
Stay tuned for more exciting matches and more EA FC Mobile news!
Novo earns a ticket to the finals in Zagreb!
The first ones this week were Nemanja LS92 and Brstimir. It was a very interesting match and the only one that went to the third game on the playday of EA FC 24. Both players enter the match with a score of 1-1. Nemanja won the first match when he scored the winning goal in the end. In the second game, Brstimir returned and leveled the total score at 1-1. In the third game, Nemanja won 3:0 more easily than expected. Brsimir now has a negative score of 1-2 while Nemanja has a 2-1 record.
The second match of the day featured Fica’s routine 2-0 win on aggregate over his colleague from the CLA organization TH3Prod1gy. Also, both players entered this match with a 1-1 ratio. Fico performed better and gave himself an advantage and now one win separates him from the LAN finish.
The most exciting match of the third EA FC 24 group stage round was played by two guys who entered the match with a ratio of 2-0, Novo and Marac. Easier than expected, Novo achieves his third victory and confirms the ticket to Zagreb in November.
Partizan secures playoff in CS2!
The first match of the fourth CS2 group stage round was played between Partizan Esports and RUR Esports. Partizan won the duel with 2:0 on Ancient and Overpass. The first map started in favor of Partizan and they had a two-round advantage at halftime (7:5). RUR managed to draw the score on 7:7 but after that, they missed too many chances and allowed their opponents few crucial clutches. This led to a victory in favor of Partizan with a score of 13:8. Similar scenario on Overpass. Partizan dominated the first half with 8:4 after which RUR took four rounds and evened out the score. However, that was all they managed to achieve, as Partizan didn’t let them win a single round after that and ended the game with the same score (13:8) and secured their spot in the playoffs.
Salamander is eliminated from the group stage
The second game of the week in CS2’s fourth round was played between Megnatos and Salamander. It was more than a dominant win for Megnatos on both maps which means we have to say goodbye to Salamander as they are eliminated. Ancient began with 9:3 on half for Megnatos and ended with four more rounds in favor of them (13:3). On Vertigo the half ended with the same score. It was Tiirex who carried his team to such a dominant victory as he had 18 frags in 10 rounds during the first half. The second half was more or less the same as in the first game. Megnatos once more ends the game with a 13:3 score.
The Suspect puts on a show
Jake Bube vs The Suspect was the most exciting match of this SWISS round where we saw all three maps. Mirage was a mess, to say the least. Even though The Suspect had an amazing first half which ended with a 10:2 score, Jake Bube came back in the match and almost won, making their opponents sweat. A lot of rounds with deagles brought us an exciting finish, where in the end Suspect got the first win with a 13:9 score. Moreover, Ancient was nothing less exciting. It was a very close match and an even score at half-time. The Suspect got the lead in the second half. However, at 10:7 Bube finally woke up and returned fire ending the game in their favor (13:10).
Inferno was a decider. The Suspect shows a great start once again winning five rounds in a row. However, Bube wouldn’t be defeated so easily as the half ended with a 7:5 score. The Suspect kept their lead for a while. At 10:5 Bube attempted another miraculous return, however, Kindo, the hero of their team, couldn’t carry the weight. In the end, it was a 13:10 victory for The Suspect.