One of the best CS:GO teams in the Adriatic region has accepted an invite for the ninth season of the A1 Adria League. Last season BLUEJAYS weren’t able to participate in the finals. They were busy winning the IESF World Championship in Eilat. Now, they will have a new chance to become the champions.
BLUEJAYS dominating the regional scene
North Macedonian lineup playing under the BLUEJAYS banner is currently ranked 37th best team in the world. The success didn’t come overnight. Aleksandar “CacaNito” Kjulukoski and the squad had some great results in the past months. Besides winning the IESF World Championship they secured 2nd place in the CCC Champions 2021 and Funspark ULTI 2021: European Playoffs #2. In the Pinnacle Winter Series #2 they finished 3rd/4th after losing to the Finnish powerhouse ENCE.
By beating 4glory Esports in the finals of RES Season 2 they managed to secure their spot in the TWR EEM Spring 2022, the qualifying tournament for the BLAST Spring EU Showdown. One look at their results is enough to realize why are BLUEJAYS one of the two invited teams for Season 9.
Here is the current BLUEJAYS lineup:
CS:GO in the A1 Adria League Season 9
The CS:GO part of the A1 Adria League Season 9 will be played in three phases. The first one is the three open qualifiers played in the single-elimination Bo1 format and the decider matches are the Bo3 series. Top two teams from each qualifier advance to the group stage. Similar to the last season in the group stage teams will be competing in the SWISS format. Again, all the matches will be Bo1, except the deciding ones. In the playoffs, we will see four of the best teams in the Adriatic region battling it out in the single-elimination Bo3 format. There is still time to sing up for the CS:GO qualifiers. Prove that you have what it takes to fight against the best CS:GO teams!