Will Salada de Frutas defend the title?

The final week of the ninth A1 Adria League season is just days away. Many Brawl Stars teams battled for the top 4 spots in the playoff stage but the teams that actually did it are Salada de Frutas, Big F, Jazavci, and DOGS.

Salada coming into the playoff as a favorite

The first team who actually went through the group stage and secured the playoffs is as expected Salada de Frutas. These guys are the defending champions, and it’s not a surprise we are seeing them here once again. Salada didn’t lose a single match in the group stage, and with the perfect 3:0 score advanced further. Their games mostly ended with Salada dominating and a lot is now expected from them.

DzonDzon: This season the playoff is quite strong. The teams have improved a lot since last year. And that means that the playoff phase will be very interesting to watch and play. But our expectations remain the same, our goal is to win the 9th season of the A1 Adria League.”

Two teams that in the same round went through to the playoffs of the ninth season of the A1 Adria League are Big F and Jazavci. Big F had the best performance, right after Salada, and it was expected from them to reach the top 4. Jazavci also showed determination and will to be shortlisted, and as we have seen since the beginning of the tournament, they didn’t weaver. The winner of the first Brawl Stars qualifier secured the third spot in the playoff stage.

Ćiro: “As the captain of the team Jazavci, the expectations of me and my teammates are high and we hope for a better placement. For the competition, I would say that this year it is better than in any of the previous seasons.”

The last and the only team with the 3:2 score to reach the playoff stage is DOGS. They just recently acquired this spot by defeating the team You Lose. Both of these teams had the same chance of making it to the top 4 but in the end, it was DOGS. It remains to be seen if this team has what it takes to make an upset in the final week of the ninth A1AL season.

Everything you need to know about Reboot Online Games Week!

As you already know the end of the ninth season of A1 Adria League will be a part of Reboot Online Games Week in Osijek. We have already revealed some of the segments in this season’s program. Now we are bringing you a full ROGW schedule, so you can follow your favorite games or some other interesting content.

Five days of ROGW

A1 Adria League S9 finals will be spread out to five days at ROGW this season. The event will start on June the 15th, and it ends on the 19th. Brawl Stars, FIFA22, and CS:GO are waiting for their champions. On Wednesday Salada de Frutas will try to defend the Brawl Stars title, FIFA22 semifinals and the grand final will be played on Thursday and Friday where Novo will seek to find his fourth consecutive title, while the weekend will be reserved for the CS:GO competition.

Apart from the finals and semifinals in these games, Reboot Online Games Week is bringing a lot of different and interesting content. As always My Story segment is making its appearance, and we will hear Sacre, Flegma, and dEE tell theirs. Next week also fans will be able to watch streams from some of the regional stars, such as DoubleAim who will play League of Legends, Darrian Alfy who will have a creative racing stream in F1, and Novke as our CS:GO guest streamer.

On the more serious subject, ROGW is bringing some interesting panel discussions where a variety of guests will talk about different problems, pros, and cons in gaming, such as toxicity and cyberbullying, and many more. At that same time, Osijek will be the host of a Pannonian Challenge, the world-famous competition in extreme sports, and a couple of extreme athletes will also be the guests in our panel segment.

The most important part of the Reboot Online Games Week is the humanitarian segment, where the regional gamers will join in and try to gather as much money for a blind boy Luka, who needs a certain device to be able to normally follow classes and develop without many obstacles.

Here is the full Reboot Online Games Week schedule!

Reboot Online Games Week schedule

DOGS defeated You Lose for the last playoff spot!

Brawl Stars group stage in A1 Adria League is finally finished and we have gotten the fourth team that will compete for the title. In the last round, it was DOGS against You Lose, and DOGS in the end prevailed.

DOGS eliminated You Lose

After the last round where two teams joined Salada de Frutas, we received the last, fourth team that will play in the next stage of the tournament. Salada de Frutas was as expected the first to reach this stage, while Big F and Jazavci followed in the last round of the Brawl Stars competition.

While DOGS defeated their opponent in the last round, You Lose lost and were left to fight for a playoff yet again. DOGS came out victorious against Balkan Kids, while on the other side You Lose was defeated by the side of Jazavci. With these results, DOGS and You Lose were the only two teams left in the group stage who had a chance to reach the playoff.

This is what we witnessed tonight, a fight for the last spot in the playoff stage of the A1 Adria League, and a chance at the title. Before this match, both teams had an overall score of 2:2, and a fair and tough fight was expected before the start. In the end, the exact opposite happened. DOGS were the dominant force and they swiped the floor with their opponents. The whole match lasted only 25 minutes, and DOGS secured the next stage with a 3:0 score. It was clear who was gonna go further in the competition right after the first match, but You Lose didn’t just want to surrender.

DOGS will now join Salada de Frutas, Jazavci and Big F. The Brawl Stars playoff is scheduled for June the 15th. Make sure to follow our social media for more information on the final week of the ninth A1AL season and the end of the tournament at ROGW!

DOGS are in the playoffs

The ninth A1AL season finale and ROGW are closer than ever!

As the group stages of the three main games in the ninth A1 Adria League season are coming to an end, we are slowly preparing for a grand finale. Brawl Stars, FIFA22, and CS:GO are yet to receive their champions, and that will be announced during the Reboot Online Games Week, as it was the last season.

A1 Adria League S9 finals

As it was last season the playoff stages in our games will be a part of Reboot Online Games Week that will be held in Osijek from 15th to 19th of June. Again we have prepared a lot of fun for the fans during the last week of A1 Adria League matches. From interesting streams and IGRAJ segments to many panel discussions, more information about this will be revealed soon.

Throughout the past weeks, we have seen many teams and players compete to reach this final goal of the competition. The difference between the last season and this is that the finals in the ninth A1AL season will have three, instead of four games. As it was mentioned earlier, LoL was one of the rotating games in this season’s new format, so only Brawl Stars, FIFA22, and CS:GO will have their time in the spotlight at ROGW.

Salada de Frutas has once again dominated the Brawl Stars regional scene. They have shown dominance and will to once again win the title in A1 Adria League. Their enemies will be Big F and Jazavci. While these two teams showed great performance, Salada once again enters the playoff stage and finals as a huge favorite. There is still one more spot left, and we are yet to see who will take it.

In FIFA22 this season we have many familiar names. Novo, esad1memic, and Brstimir are yet again fighting in the top 4, and they will be joined by Mrky, who was the first to secure this spot. It’s hard to say who will come on top as we have already seen tremendous talent from these players.

Last, but not least CS:GO playoffs are going to be a blast. As it was expected, the Macedonian squad BLUEJAYS without any trouble were the first to secure the top 4 in this game. They had a 3:0 score in the league, and are the biggest favorites for winning the title. Blink and Oto100 will make an appearance in the playoffs, as well as Zero Tenacity who eliminated one of the favorites team 4glory.

A1 Adria League S9 finals

All the finals will be played as a part of the Reboot Online Games Week in Osijek, and it won’t be long until we have our champions of the ninth season in the A1 Adria League. Follow our social media as more information will be revealed soon!

Big F and Jazavci are in the playoffs of the A1 Adria League!

Last round we have seen the first team advance to the next stage of the Brawl Stars competition. Salada de Frutas justified the role of favorite and secured the playoff. Last night two more teams did the same. Namely, Big F and Jazavci defeated their opponents and will now join Salada in the fight for the title.

Only one spot left

The Brawl Stars group stage in our A1 Adria League is soon ending. The round that was played last night didn’t have many surprises. And as a result two teams, Big F and Jazavci, advanced to the next stage, while we also said goodbye to two other teams.

The first match of the round was played between Jazavci and You Lose. This match was played off stream, but it was a quick one nonetheless, seeing that Jazavci secured a 3:0 win and a place in the playoffs. It was You Lose who lost in the end, and they now have a 2:2 score and will have one more chance for the last spot in the next stage of the competition.

DOGS were the winning team in the second match. They managed to defeat their opponent Balkan Kids with a 3:1 score. With this defeat, Balkan Kids are eliminated from this season’s Brawl Stars tournament. On the other hand, DOGS now have a 2:2 overall score and will have to take down You Lose to secure the playoff. This match will be the last in the group stage and it will be played on June 9th.

Big F came out victorious in the last matchup of this Brawl Stars round. They defeated 33 Esports who were also eliminated last night. Big F on the other side secured themselves a place next to Salada de Frutas in the playoffs. Daki was without a doubt the best player on this team, and thanks to him Big F is now safe in the next stage of A1AL.

BS standings

 

 

Brawlers, Clash of Leagues is back!

The best regional Brawlers will once again compete in the international event Clash of Leagues hosted by A1 which will take place at LEVEL UP – The Gaming Festival in Salzburg, Austria. Competing against the best Brawlers from Central and Eastern Europe is a great honor and opportunity. Especially at an event!

Lavvek, Adry, Andrey, and DzonDzon raised the bar high

Last year we saw Lavvek, Adry, Andrey, and DzonDzon make it to the semifinals of the LAN event. They lost to SK Gaming, the team that won the whole event. It was a great representation of the A1 Adria League and the whole region. “I think we put up a good fight against one of the best Brawl Stars teams in the world and that is a great experience which we’ll take back to the new A1 Adria League season”, said Adry back then. Can their result be bested? That we’ll find out this summer.

Clash of Leagues LEVEL UP - The Gaming Festival

Clash of Leagues 2022

A new year brings some changes to the tournament. It will take place on the 1st and 2nd of July. Media obligations will happen one day before the competition. Three leagues are participating: A1 Adria League (Adria), A1 eSports League (Austria), and Swisscom Hero League (Switzerland). As we’re waiting to find out who will win the ninth season of the A1 Adria League let’s remind ourselves how it went last year for Adry and Andrey and co.

A1 Adria League Season 9

There is still enough time and opportunity for teams to secure their spot in the Clash of Leagues. Brawl Stars playoff is scheduled for the 16th of June when we’ll find out who is traveling to Salzburg. In the meanwhile, you can follow all the Brawl Stars action on the official website.

As expected Salada de Frutas secures the playoff!

Last night another round of the Brawl Stars tournament in our A1 Adria League was played. This round was important, seeing that we said goodbye to one team, and one secured the first spot in the next stage of the competition. It was Salada de Frutas, the defending champion that managed to sweep Big F and secure the playoff. On the other hand, Skeleton Army is the first team that was eliminated last night.

Salada de Frutas justified the role of favorite

We had the overall of 4 matchups yesterday. The first was played between You Lose and DOGS. Both had a 1:1 score before this duel and now You Lose has an advantage. Namely, they defeated their opponent with a 3:1 score. You Lose will play next round to qualify for playoffs, while DOGS will need a win to stay in the league.

The second match was between the teams in the same situation. Both Jazavci and BalkanKids had a 1:1 score, but after 5 games it was Jazavci who came on top and secured themselves a good position. Both teams rotated their picks during the games and played for the element of surprise. As they both took 2 maps, the fifth was deciding and it was LordTodor who took Jazavci to victory.

The last two matches of the day were played for the playoff, and for staying in the league. The match between 33 Esports and Skeleton Army was the one for staying in the league. And the team that stayed was 33, again with an automatic win because Skeleton Army couldn’t find a sub. They are now with a 0:3 score eliminated from A1AL.

The last match was all everyone has been waiting for. Two top teams fighting for the first spot in the playoff stage of the Brawl Stars competition. Salada de Frutas and Big F both had no losses in the last two rounds. Salada was a huge favorite seeing that they are the defending champions. They proved that they are here to take yet another title with a clean 3:0 win over Big F. They didn’t let their opponent breathe, it was the fastest match played, and Big F didn’t manage to get a single set in either of the three games played last night. However, they are still looking good, while Salada de Frutas can now rest and wait for their opponents in the playoffs.

 

Second win for Salada de Frutas and Big F

Salada de Frutas and Big F showed their dominance in the second round of the Brawl Stars group stage. The competition is fierce in this year’s A1 Adria League and it remains to be seen who will make their way to the finals. So far, these two teams are in an excellent position.

Salada de Frutas dominant again

The first match of the second round was played between Big F who showed outstanding performance in qualifiers as in the first round, and Jazavci. Big F from the start showed a dominant playstyle on every map and had better picks overall. They secured their second win of the tournament, and now have a 2:0 score which puts them in a great position. The next game will decide whether they will advance to the playoff or not.

The second match was between two underdog teams 33 Esports and Balkan Kids. They both sought their first win in this tournament. It was Balkan Kids who in the end came out victorious. HakiEzz had an amazing performance and he was one of the most valuable players on the team. They now have a solid 1:1 score.

Salada de Frutas once again showed their dominant side in the third match of the day. They took on DOGS who last week won against their opponent, but in this matchup, they weren’t favorites. Salada, as expected easily won their match last night. Fast matches, burst damage, and excellent picks secured them the second win and a good position for the playoff. Even though DOGS played really well, they couldn’t defeat a team such as Salada de Frutas. They are after all the defending champions.

The fourth match was an automatic win for the team You Lose. Seeing as their opponent Skeleton Army didn’t have one of their players Adry, who couldn’t perform because of private issues, and didn’t have a confirmed sub, they got a loss by default. They are now at a 0:2 overall score, and next week they will play for staying in the league.

Brawl Stars round 2 standings

 

A good day for favorites in the Brawl Stars tournament!

After a short delay, we are finally having the first round of the group stage in a mobile game Brawl Stars. The ninth season of the A1 Adria League in this game is starting, and we have already seen in the qualifiers how interesting and intense these matches can be. The group stage is continuing in this matter.

The top teams came out victorious

For a couple of seasons now in A1 Adria League one team has been the dominant force. Salada de Frutas, ex Zidari have been showing a great performance for more than one season. This was without a doubt the best regional Brawl Stars team, and this season these guys are aiming to defend the championship and the good name. As we have seen in the qualifiers, Salada de Frutas managed to win three consecutive ones and advance to the group stage as the first seed. As the highest placed team today they were fighting the eighth-seeded team Balkan Kids. It was a stomp from the defending champions, and the match was over before you could blink. After just 15 minutes Salada de Frutas defeated their opponent without losing a single map.

In the other matches, we saw Skeleton Army or Smetlari as you know from qualifiers take on Jazavci, the team that won the first qualifier. In the end, it was Jazavci who came out victorious as expected, as well without losing a map. The third match of the day was between Big F, a team that showed really good performance throughout all the qualifiers, and You Lose. The favorite in this matchup was Big F, who justified their role and finished the game with a 3:1 score.

Dogs and 33 Esports were the pair and seeds closest to one another. Dogs finished the qualifiers in fourth place, 33 as fifth. In the end, it was Dogs who managed to secure their first win in the group stage and gain an advantage.

Brawl Stars standings

A1 Adria League group stage begins soon! Here’s who qualified

The time has finally come to officially start the ninth season of the A1 Adria League. Besides League of Legends which has already gotten its champion, our three standard games, Brawl Stars, FIFA22, and CS:GO, are yet to get their own. The qualifications for these three games are finally over, and we are bringing you a recap of all the qualified players and teams.

Zidari are dominating Brawl Stars

The beginning of the Brawl Stars qualifiers was a turbulent one. Everyone expected last year’s champions Zidari to dominate the draft. But as we have seen they only managed to secure 20 points in the first qualifier. It was Jazavci who came on top and secured first place.

It didn’t take long before Zidari picked up their game and climbed to the top. From the second qualifier, it was this team who managed to beat everyone else and reclaim their own first place. They won three consecutive qualifiers, and in the end as the first seed qualified for the group stage.

During all four qualifiers, we have also seen a great performance from teams such as Big F who went hand in the hand with Zidari the whole time. Jazavci, also made their way into the next stage of A1AL, as well as Dogs who were in the top four throughout the qualifiers. These are the eight Brawl Stars teams that entered the league.

Brawl Stars qualifiers final standings

The group stage for Brawl Stars begins on May 5th.

FIFA22 and the most dramatic qualifiers

Even before the qualifiers for FIFA22 started, everyone was watching our three-time champion Tarik “amke2001” Novo. But Novo didn’t manage to win a single qualifier this year. Although that didn’t stop him from qualifying for the group stage as the second seed.

Every qualifier went into the hands of a different person. The first time around it was Esad “esad1memic” Memic who came out victorious and earned the first 100 points. While in that same qualifier Novo lost in the first round. We have seen a couple of new players also worth mentioning such as Karlo “jero” Jerekin and Luka “Zizou” Simunac. While jero made it to the group stage, the winner of the second qualifier Zizou wasn’t that lucky.

The well-known name Milos “brstimir” Majdevac came in like a fury in the third qualifier and earned himself 100 points and a place in the top 8. Our three-time champion Novo at this point was on the verge of being eliminated, he had 80 points and was the eighth player, barely making the cut.

The last qualifier was extremely dramatic. Seeing the points were close, and anyone could eliminate anyone, the battle was fierce. Petar “DrPecho” Susnjar was the best player in the fourth qualifier. He managed to take down Novo and secure a place in the group stage as the first seed. These are the top 8 FIFA22 players who are entering the group stage of A1AL.

FIFA22 last qualifier standings

The group stage for FIFA22 begins on May 6th.

Regional CS:GO giants are here

Unlike FIFA and Brawl Stars, CS:GO had three qualifiers, where we got 2 teams from each, adding up to 6 teams overall. These 6 qualified teams are joined by the two invited, which are 4glory and BLUEJAYS.

First to make it to the group stage were BLINK and XTEAM who managed to take down some well-known regional names such as Zero Tenacity, Marten Rising, MONAD eSports, and so on. The next two slots went into the hand of Strive in chaos and bitboxks, now Oto100. While we yet again saw Z10, ghoulsW, Marten Rising and others compete. It took them three qualifiers but in the end, they made it. The third time was the charm for Zero Tenacity and ghoulsW who were the last to secure their spot in the group stage of A1 Adria League. They didn’t give up, and in the end, it was worth it.

With that, we have our top 8 CS:GO teams, which are:

  • BLINK
  • XTEAM
  • Strive in chaos
  • Oto100
  • Zero Tenacity
  • ghoulsW
  • 4glory
  • BLUEJAYS

The group stage for CS:GO begins on May 8th.