This year’s exciting final of the 12th season of the A1 Adria League will be talked about for a long time. In the four-day gaming spectacle, the organizers of the A1 Adria League and the A1 Student eChallenge student competition managed to pamper us with more than 50 hours of gaming and esports content. The event ended by crowning the champions in CS2, Brawl Stars, EA FC 24, and EA FC 24 Mobile.
After the first day of the program which was reserved for the visitors themselves, who had the opportunity to play against regional influencers in titles such as Counter-Strike, League of Legends ARAM, Tekken, and EA FC 24 we saw the finish of the 12th A1 Adria League season.
The first game was EA FC 24 and once again it was Tarik “Novo” Novo who defeated his opponent and took his sixth title in the A1 Adria League. This veteran took home the prize of 1,250 euros after besting three players from the CLA organization. It was the first favorite to win the league, but certainly not the last at the Reboot InfoGamer event in Zagreb.
As far as Brawl Stars is concerned, once again the title went into familiar hands. Salada de Frutas can’t be defeated and forgotten that easily. They triumphed over their opponents once again, against the Balkan Elite this time. Salada is a familiar name on the regional scene, and recently they were presenting us at the Clash of Leagues as well.
The third game in a row was another football simulation, which was played on mobile phones. It is known that the EA FC 24 Mobile community in the region has been growing for years, and since the 12th season, the players finally got the chance to show themselves in the best light. With excellent commentators Stefan and Nikolas, mobile players fought for a prize fund of 1,350 euros, and the victory was won by SHAQ, who showed calmness and precision in key moments.
Already in the tradition of Reboot Infogamer powered by A1, the icing on the cake at the end of the 12th season of the league was Counter-Strike. For the first time, the final was played on a new version of the game (CS2), and The Suspect and Zero Tenacity teams once again showed why the popular CS is often called the “king of esports”. In a shocking ending, the victory was won by the Serbian team Z10 with a score of 3:2, and with that, they won the third title in a row and became one of the most successful teams in the history of the league.