We are excited to announce Intersnack as the official snack sponsor of A1 Adria League! As a leading snack manufacturer in Europe, Intersnack offers a diverse range of salty snacks: potato chips, nuts, baked products and speciality snacks. That is why they are not only perfect for gamers but also for fans watching the league and for other activities such as watching TV shows, movies, or hanging out in nature. Great snacks go great with everything and in any situation you want to snack it up!
Intersnack is well known in our Adria region with their portfolio of brands including Chio, Čipi Čips, Pom Bar, and Nutline and is satisfying everyone’s cravings. That means whether you prefer classic flavours like our local Čipi Čips, looking for something more adventurous and internationally known like the Chio Intense flavours, you prefer a healthier snack version of Chio Lentil chips and different snack nut choices like peanuts and noble nuts, or family snack Pom Bar, Intersnack has got you covered. Their flavour makes gaming experience a bit better!
Intersnack understands the importance of keeping energy levels high during intense gaming sessions, when you need an extra energy kick or boost of good flavour so we are thrilled to have them on board as our official snack sponsor. We are sure you will find your favourite as you dive into our 2023 season!
Be sure to follow Intersnack on their official website, visit Chio Facebook and Chio Hrvatska Instagram to stay updated on their latest offers and promotions. They are preparing a lot of new announcements, games and will be following us during Adria region biggest gaming event! And don’t forget to use the hashtag #chiohrvatska to show your support while you post and cheer for your favourite players!
Let’s game it out!
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Reboot Games Weekend will host the LAN finals of the A1 Adria League Season 10 in FIFA, Brawl Stars, and CS:GO! After two years the A1AL finals are back on LAN.
A1 Adria League Season 10 finals at Reboot Games Weekend
After three years of the online edition, to the satisfaction of all gaming fans and esports fans, November 12th and 13th pavilion 8a of the Zagreb Fair will once again be a temple of top gaming spectacle. In anticipation of the return of Reboot InfoGamer powered by A1, organizers Reboot and A1 Hrvatska bring a two-day gaming event – Reboot Games Weekend powered by A1.
What awaits visitors at the exciting and free for all visitors gaming event, announced the organizer and co-founder and director of Reboot, Damir Đurović: “After three too long years, we are reentering the scene of the great spectacular live gaming events. Although physically much more compact and time-wise of shorter duration, Reboot Games Weekend powered by A1 will not disappoint.”
We have prepared attractive surprises and gaming content emphasizing achievements technologies, an overview of the biggest pre-Christmas gaming blockbusters, and an insight into a stronger and larger Croatian and regional video game industry. This particular gaming weekend is proof that live gaming events are finally starting to make a big comeback door, so in 2023 we expect the comeback of one of the biggest gaming giants fairs Reboot InfoGamera powered by A1, in its recognizable, colorful, and loud megalomaniacal form.”
One of the highlights of the Reboot Games Weekend event powered by A1 is also a big spectacular jubilee, the tenth final of the biggest regional esports league – the A1 Adria League. Competitions will be held during both days at the A1 Adria League arena, the most important points gatherings of all true esports fans this fall. On Saturday and Sunday, November 12th and 13th, the regional esports titans are expected to compete in Brawl Stars, FIFA, and CS:GO. A1 Croatia for the jubilee season of the League secured a total prize fund of up to 100,000 kunas.
“This autumn we are celebrating the big, tenth anniversary of the A1 Adria League with a wide regional gaming community that we gather. I am happy about the possibility that we as a teleoperator have the joy of the world of video games through safety, quality, and stability. Nine seasons were marked by nine different game titles through which we secured 1.200.000 overall kunas in the prize fund. As big as these numbers are, our desire to understand our role as a leader in a responsible way is also a great way, and through our work and projects, we contribute to the safety of every A1 user, whether it is about cyber threats or ensuring fair play in the world of video games,” said Iva Ančić, head of brand and marketing communication A1 Croatia.
A step with world trends, the tenth edition of the A1 Adria League, will mark collectible NFTs in a limited quantity of only 1,000 pieces with 5 different motives. This special memorabilia is dedicated to the gaming jubilee and long-term cooperation with Reboot was designed by A1 Croatia as the first telecom which entered the Croatian digital market in this way, in cooperation with the regional Hub of the NEAR blockchain through the h00kd platform which enables easy generation of NFTs for companies and events.
The happiest visitors will return home with a digital gaming memory, they will be able to exchange them with each other. How is the amount of NFT’s A1 Adria League limited, fans will in special activations as part of the A1 chill zone at Reboot Games Weekend Powered by A1 have a chance to win NFT cards, which you have a QR code, hidden by a protective foil, by scanning which they will download their NFT.
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Qualifiers for CS:GO, Brawl Stars, and FIFA are officially over. Players in those three games are now entering the group stage. In the remaining four games qualifiers will be announced in time with League of Legends being played first on the 8th of October. Playdays for CS:GO, Brawl Stars and FIFA will remain mostly the same. CS:GO will be played on Wednesdays and Sundays, Brawl Stars on Thursdays, and FIFA on Fridays. There will be some exceptions so please check the detailed schedule below.
A1 Adria League Season 10 CS:GO Group Stage
Eight teams will compete in the CS:GO SWISS group stage. Teams KATAI and Velez Mostar were the first two teams to qualify for the group stage. KTRL and Psihocastic managed to do so in the second open qualifier which means we’ll be seeing some well-known names in the tenth season like sarenii, dEE and Katalic on the Romanian side and Salted, andr1x, brky, rbfurious, and SkippeR for Psihocastic. Zero Tenacity and ILLYRIANS grabbed the last two spots from the qualifiers. BLINK and Aloha are two invited teams directly to the group stage. BLINK recently represented the region in the Clash of Leagues while Aloha is somewhat of surprise. There is no reason to worry, you’ll find out who those guys are soon enough! The group stage will be played in SWISS format with matches being Bo1 while deciding matches will be played in Bo3 series.
After four open qualifiers, we finally found out which teams will compete in Season 10 of the A1 Adria League in Brawl Stars. Jazavci, OMERT4, and Salada de Frutas are all back for another clash of the titans. Rolex, GreekGod, La Aquilla, Extreme Masters, and La Remontada will try to contest the top teams from previous seasons. Brawl Stars will be played every Thursday. Set your reminders because this looks like another season you really don’t want to miss. The Top 4 teams will advance from the SWISS group stage to the playoffs.
The important thing to note is that after the qualifiers we are switching from FIFA 22 to FIFA 23. Players had some time to adjust and build their teams. Tarik “Novo” Novo (amke) dominated the leaderboard in the qualifiers with 220 points. At this point, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Novo is confirming his spot as the best FIFA player in the region. In the upcoming season, we’ll be watching esad1memic and brstimir again, excellent players that were challenging Novo in previous seasons. Gruby managed to secure second place with overall 160 points and is looking really good going into the group stage. Hara grabbed third place with 130 points. The same amount that esad1memic has. Brstimir is just below them. The remaining three players are Sardinho213, Encika, and BrunoGuimaraes21. Every season we have at least one underdog that pops up into the scene and brings chaos amongst the favorites. Who will it be this season? The format will be the same as for Brawl Stars. Five rounds of SWISS after which the Top 4 will advance to the playoffs.
All of the matches will be available LIVE on the official A1 Adria League channels!
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FIFA qualifiers for the tenth season of the A1 Adria League are over! Among the fierce competition, eight players managed to secure their spot in the group stage.
The FIFA trio is back in Season 10
Tarik “Novo” Novo (amke) dominated the leaderboard in the qualifiers with 220 points. At this point, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Novo is confirming his spot as the best FIFA player in the region. In the upcoming season, we’ll be watching esad1memic and brstimir again, excellent players that were challenging Novo in previous seasons. Gruby managed to secure second place with overall 160 points and is looking really good going into the group stage. Hara grabbed third place with 130 points. The same amount that esad1memic has. Brstimir is just below them. The remaining three players are Sardinho213, Encika, and BrunoGuimaraes21. Every season we have at least one underdog that pops up into the scene and brings chaos amongst the favorites. Who will it be this season?
FIFA 23 is the name of the game
The playing field will be somewhat evened out a bit with a switch to the new FIFA game. The rest of Season 10 will be played on FIFA 23. Maybe that is the chance for other players to dethrone Novo. Players will have some time to adapt to the new game and build their teams. Every year at the same time we switch to the latest FIFA game, so this shouldn’t come as a surprise to any of the players or fans.
A1 Adria League Season 10 FIFA Schedule
Since we gave players some time to adjust to the new game we also made some changes to the schedule. Don’t worry, you can find the whole schedule below. FIFA will be played on Fridays (mostly). Except for the second round which will be played on Wednesday 12th of October. As per usual, all the games will be live-streamed on the A1 Adria League channels.
SWISS Round 1 – 7.10.2022., 20:00
SWISS Round 2 – 12.10.2022., 20:00
SWISS Round 3 – 14.10.2022., 20:00
SWISS Round 4 – 21.10.2022., 20:00
SWISS Round 5 – 28.10.2022., 20:00
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In May of 2017, the Vip Adria League was announced. Since then we’ve crowned many champions, and seen many changes, whether it was name, format, games, or basically everything else. Five years later, as we are in the middle of the qualifiers for the tenth season of the League it’s time to take a look back.
Vip Adria League (2017.)
It all started in Spring 2017. with the announcement of the biggest regional esports league to date. Back then, there was only one season of the League throughout the year. Competitive integrity standards were set high with the open qualifiers and the group stage leading to the LAN finals. Three games were chosen to be a part of the League: League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and FIFA.
Reboot InfoGamer 2017 hosted the first ever Vip Adria League LAN finals in front of a live audience. Over the course of several days, fans had the opportunity to enjoy watching the best players and teams from all over the region competing for the prestigious title. Valiance&CO outplayed Squared Esports in the finals of the CS:GO. KilkTech reigned supreme in the League of Legends and another KilkTech player, Edinho, lifted the trophy in FIFA. It was a great year for KlikTech since they had representatives in all three games, and managed to win the title in two of them. It was hard to predict back then where it will all end up.
The new name (2018)
Year after the league got its new name. Vip Adria League became A1 Adria League in 2018. There were also some other significant changes. Hearthstone and Clash Royale were added to the mix to complement the CS:GO and League of Legends. Generally, the format stayed the same, and all four games had their spotlight during the LAN finals at Reboot InfoGamer 2018. Four years ago, adding a mobile game to the esports league was not as standard as it is today. Mobile gaming was growing really fast and with it the whole esports surrounding it. Still, it was pretty undeveloped if we’re comparing it with today’s standards.
Valiance&CO again proved to be by far the best regional CS:GO team, securing their second title and going on to compete on the biggest stages in the world. Along with the trophy came the invitation to the closed qualifier for the Bucharest Gaming Week. Unfortunately, regional representatives finished 3rd/4th, and Sprout went on to compete in Romania. ASUS ROG ELITE came from the biggest regional success in history after securing Top 4 placement in the European Masters 2018 Summer and claimed the trophy in League of Legends. Luka “vulee” Vulović became the best Hearthstone player in the region. Saša “SaSaa” Mišković won the first ever Clash Royale trophy in the history of the A1 Adria League.
The dual seasons
2019 was the first year in which we had two seasons of the A1 Adria League in one calendar year. Season 3 & Season 4. The concept was a bit different and the season were connected. Dota 2 was added to the League for the first time instead of League of Legends. CS:GO, Hearthstone,and Clash Royale remained a part of the League. Season 3 was played online, while Season 4 had full LAN finals at Reboot InfoGamer 2019. Only Nikola managed to win both seasons in Clash Royale. Not a single team or a player in other games managed to win both seasons. In the end, Level Up won in Dota 2. ex-BLUEJAYS were the best CS:GO team while Paljuha won the trophy in Hearthstone.
A1 Adria League Season 5 & 6
At the beginning of 2022 the COVID-19 pandemic started. Now it seems like it was a lifetime ago. FIFA 20 was introduced back to the League replacing Dota 2 and Brawl Stars jumped in instead of Hearthstone. The pandemic also meant we had to switch from LAN events to online events. The finals of the A1 Adria League were played during the Reboot Online Games Week ever since. In 2020 some interesting storylines took off. lvlUp proved to be the best CS:GO team in the region that year by winning both seasons. Crushers won Season 5 in Clash Royale, while Joza Esports won Season 6. Good Game dominated in Brawl Stars by securing second place in the spring season and then having both teams in the finals of Season 6. One of the biggest rivalries in the A1 Adria League kicked off that year with esad1memic winning the first FIFA trophy of the year and amke claiming the second one.
The return of the League of Legends
Since there was no more LAN finals at the end of the year for Season 7 and Season 8 the prize pool was redistributed so both seasons are worth the same. League of Legends came back to the League while Clash Royale took a break. While we had various winners in all the games: ONYX & PORTUGAL in CS:GO, Split Raiders & METAMOON in League of Legends, Noble Elite BLK & Flow in Brawl Stars, amke continued his streak and won both seasons in FIFA. Making it a three in a row for the first time in any game in the history of the League. Again, all the finals were played during the Reboot Online Games Week. The pandemic was still bringing havoc and it wasn’t possible to organize the LAN finals.
Where are we now?
Season 9 finished several months ago. Again, during the Reboot Online Games Week. This year seven different games were introduced to the League. CS:GO, FIFA, and Brawl Stars remained in their format, while four remaining games were played in qualifiers and playoffs format. BLUEJAYS claimed another CS:GO trophy. Salada de Frutas dominated in Clash Royale and went on to win second place at the Clash of Leagues in Salzburg. Amke made it four in a row in FIFA. DZANGLERI won the League of Legends tournament, Entropiq was the best PUBG Battlegrounds team. Balkan Stars beat Diamant Esports to claim the first ever A1 Adria League trophy in VALORANT.
Qualifiers for the tenth season of the A1 Adria League are being played right now. There is still a chance for everyone to secure their spot on the group stage. How will Season 10 of the A1 Adria League end, and how? You’ll just have to wait a bit more and find out. Meanwhile, check the qualifiers for all the games on the official page. If you want to check the full history of the A1 Adria League you can do that by visiting the History page.
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We are less than a month away from the start of the 10th season of the A1 Adria League! What can you expect out of the jubilee 10th season?
A1 Adria League Season 10
Not a lot of esports competitions manage to get to the tenth edition. It’s been a long ride but we are far from done! Season 10 of the A1 Adria League will bring in some changes. Some for the players, and some for the fans. Let’s start with the things that will remain the same. Again, we will have seven games. Titles you already know will be mixed with some we recently introduced and some totally new. Sounds exciting right? We’re sticking with the tradition. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, FIFA 22, and Brawl Stars will once again be a part of the League. League of Legends and PUBG Battlegrounds are coming back as well. The remaining two games will be revealed soon enough. You didn’t think we’ll tell you everything right away, right?
There will be no significant changes to the prize pools despite the current situation. Regarding the finals and the question everyone wants to be answered – will there be LAN or are we going back to the Reboot Online Games Week? For now, we will keep it to ourselves. Formats will mostly stay the same with some minor changes but nothing to worry about. The qualifiers will kick off at the start of September so start practicing.
Regarding the fans, the most important part of the League, we prepared more activities than ever to keep you entertained between and during the matches. So stick around! Make sure to follow the A1 Adria League so you don’t miss any upcoming news about the big 10th! In the meantime, we’d like to introduce you to the people behind the League itself. Enjoy!
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The A1 Gaming Weekend Rocket League is getting close! To ensure you are ready for it, here is all the info you need to sign up and compete.
A1 Gaming Weekend Rocket League
Rocket League has its place in esports, and there is an excellent reason for it. Plenty of fun for both competitive and casual players. We want to see all of you play and have fun during the A1 Gaming Weekend Rocket League. The only requirement is that you’re from one of the countries in the Adria region: Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, or Slovenia. Just as it is in the A1 Adria League.
Sign-ups are open and free. You can already sign up here. The format will be double elimination and every team is allowed to have three players and one substitute. Casters for this gaming weekend will be Djura and Njole. We’re sure you already know them but if that’s not the case you’ll have the opportunity to meet them on the 13th of August.
Once again. all of the action will be streamed live on the official A1 Adria League channels: Twitch, Trovo, and YouTube. What about the prize pool? Don’t worry. You can find the distribution below.
1st place – 250€
2nd place – 100€
3rd place – 50€
Looking for what to do until the 13th? You can follow the A1 Gaming Weekend Fortnite in the meantime or just watch the last year’s A1 Gaming Weekend Rocket League.
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The time has come for our first gaming weekend! Here is everything you need to know about A1 Gaming Weekend Fortnite with GALLASANDALLA.
A1 Gaming Weekend Fortnite
On Saturday, the 6th of August all the regional Fortnite players will get a chance to claim the first A1 Gaming Weekend. Fortnite is still one of the most popular games out there. Its battle royale nature makes it a bit harder to organize in an offline environment but that doesn’t mean it still shouldn’t be played. Therefore we decided to spice it up between A1 Adria League seasons.
The competition will be played in a Solo format with five games. It’s free for all the Adria region players so that you can play from home. One of the most important things to note is that you need to have the replay turned on for the sake of the competition. If you thought that we left out the prize pool, you are wrong!
1st place – 300€
2nd place – 100€
3rd place – 50€
4th place – 25€
5th place – 25€
To sign up for the competition make sure to visit our Discord server since that will be the main place for the entire gaming weekend. For the verification, we’ll be using yunite but you can find out more about that by visiting the link: SIGN UP!
This gaming weekend is also special because you will be able to follow all of the action on A1 Adria League channels as well as on the stream of GALLASANDALLA, one of the most popular gaming YouTubers in the region. GALLASANDALLA is also a very skilled and well-known Fortnite player himself which will make the whole tournament even better!
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Four games, four tournaments, around 2000€ prize pool, and all during the month of August. A1 Gaming Weekends are here to bring you some casual and competitive fun during the long summer days!
Between the A1 Adria League seasons, we’ve decided to bring you something a bit different. One tournament each weekend during August. That means that you’ll have the opportunity to play and compete in four different game titles as well as win some prize money. Before we go ahead and tell you everything you know make sure to follow all the A1 Adria League channels not to miss anything important. Also, the announcement of the 10th season of the A1 Adria League is right around the corner.
A1 Gaming Weekends
A1 Gaming Weekends will start on Saturday the 6th of August with the Fortnite Solo tournament with GALLASANDALLA, the famous Croatian content creator! The week after we’ll have the opportunity to watch some Rocket League action, on both Saturday and Sunday. The third weekend is reserved for a well-known game in the A1 Adria League community – Clash Royale. The series of the A1 Gaming Weekends will end with some Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege action.
Here are the dates:
On more about where and when to sign up as well as more details about the tournament in the next couple of days! Until then, enjoy some sun and outdoors!
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Esports was at the beginning limited only to personal computers. With the development of technology, it became possible to compete on consoles, and later on smartphones too. It is exactly the smartphones that in recent years have been moving the boundaries of esports.
Regardless of which research you take into account, gaming on smartphones and tablets, popularly called mobile gaming, is a segment that should grow the fastest. Faster than gaming on personal computers and gaming consoles. Everyone who owns a smartphone is a potential “gamer”. A lot of people today play on their phones and unintentionally make the gamer’s statistics. They play games while traveling or while taking a break from daily activities. Among so many players there are those who compete in mobile games.
This type of gamer exists in our region too and A1 Adria League is showing that for seasons including at least one mobile game in its tournament. Earlier it was the popular game Clash Royale, and in the eighth season, which was held last year, all the lights of mobile gaming were on Brawl Stars.
Last summer it was the best domestic Brawl Stars players such as Lavvek, Adry, Andrey, and DzonDzon who represented the region in the Clash of Leagues tournament in Salzburg, in which the best players from five Central European Leagues and regional A1 Adria League participate.
Discussions about whether esports on mobile devices are real esports are long over. Smartphones and tablets are today technically so developed that they can support more demanding games too. Big developers and video game publishers have in mind the potential that mobile gaming has. Riot Games studio which made the ultra-popular League of Legends and VALORANT, also published a mobile version of the most popular MOBA game: League of Legends: Wild Rift. Call of Duty mobile has been available for a while now for everyone who prefers shooting on mobile platforms.
How can mobile esports help women enter esports?
With the growth of esports, the age boundaries of entering the world of competitive gaming are being moved. Regardless of the game, a lot of them are adapted to the youngest players, who very intuitively, using touchscreen controls can experience competitive gaming. 20 or more years ago to achieve this you needed to have some technical knowledge as well as a very expensive, and sometimes, unavailable device.
Of course, some of them will in the future play on gaming consoles and personal computers, but will at that point already have experienced something that wasn’t available to the Millenials, not to mention older generations. Of course, mobile esports isn’t only meant for younger players.
Female players still make up a very small percentage of active participants in esports. The most popular tournament for girls is the Women Star League Invitational in-game Mobile Legends: Bang Bang if we look at data on an active number of audience and the number of watched hours.
One of the ways in which we could include more females in the world of esports is exactly mobile esports. You wouldn’t need any special equipment for it, and the community isn’t as defined and exclusive as those when gaming on PCs or consoles.
However, for mobile esports or any kind of mobile gaming, it’s important to have a smartphone. That’s how the best regional Brawl Stars players in the grand finale of Clash of Leagues in LEVEL Up Arena in Salzburg competed on Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G devices which at least gave them an even chance with the best players of other countries.
When we talk about MOBA or similar games, which are more demanding to both players and devices, it’s important to have a fast response speed so you can run the game without any problems. This was exactly what Xiaomi provided to our guys. What kind of device is needed for the serious competition will depend on the game, and of course on the player. Even the smallest advantage in performance in crucial moments can be decisive.
Mobile gaming and mobile esports are already a part of the gaming industry or better esports industry. It will surely grow in the future, as we are even now raising new generations of gamers, professional or not.
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