Another A1AL weekly recap is here as our EAFC players secure groups!

This week we have finally selected the best EAFC24 players both on console and mobile. On the other hand, Brawl Stars is halfway there when it comes to their qualifier cups in A1AL. And as we know CS2 groups are getting more interesting with each match. Read all the details of this week’s tournaments in the 13th season of A1 Adria League.

Who are the A1AL top 16 in EAFC24 and EAFC24 Mobile?

Let’s begin with the soccer players from the EAFC24 game that made their way into the league. Firstly, the fourth qualifier was a real nail-biter. In the end, for the second time this season, Mupi takes maximum points. With two victories, he secured a total of 200 points, which put him at the top of the table. This season, points are crucial since the top 4 will be the holders of the groups.

In the finals of this qualifier, CLA_Marac was Mupi’s opponent, who took second place which enabled him to qualify further. Fifteen players have been confirmed, as four players will fight for the last place in the group: Cyber_Fico, Cera, Fika, and Barba

So, at the end of the EAFC qualifiers in the A1AL, Mupi is in first place with 200 points. Behind him are Misko with 160, Brstimir with 10 less, and Hara with 100 points. Our six-time champion Tarik Novo only has 70 points, but as we know he always somehow manages to get to the finals, so I’m not worried about him.

A1AL S13 EAFC24 4th qualifier results

As far as EAFC24 Mobile is concerned, in the last qualifiers, we had the opportunity to see Albin and Paka, two players from Montenegro, for the first time. Unfortunately, Paka failed to qualify for the group stage, unlike Albin. On the other hand, Nikolas7, our last year’s FC Mobile commentator, won the fourth qualifier which puts him at the top of the table. Furthermore, two players from Buducnost eSport (Nikolas7 and Skrebo98) were in the finals, which happened for the first time as well. 

To summarize the qualifiers, Nikolas7 is at the top with 320 points. Behind him are Skrebo98 with 300 and Bojce with 290. Fourth place is taken by SavaZver, while our last year’s champion Shaq is fifth with 160 points.

A1AL S13 EAFC24 Mobile 4th qualifiers

Same old on the Brawl Stars front – Salada on top in A1AL

Same as last week, our veterans and previous champions Salada de Frutas came on top of another qualifier cup. They now have 40 points and are very secure. They even showed a more dominating performance this time not losing a single set in the whole 2nd qualifier.

The upper part of the bracket was full of good teams (M4M, Frutas, OOB1 vs F/A Inazuma, Delulu), so it was a little one-sided, i.e. the teams that were lucky enough to be on the other side of the bracket got the points. OOB1 is at the moment second with 20 points and we can also expect to see them in the group stage of A1AL.

A1AL S13 BS 2nd qualifier

The Wild Ones and Superior Esports take their first wins

This week two CS2 matches were on the schedule in the group stage of A1AL. The Wild Ones took on Cupava Veverica, while in the second match, we watched Superior Esports vs BeFive. Both matches ended without the use of a decider map.

In the first duel, The Wild Ones win the first four rounds on Inferno. Then Cupava Veverica stops their opponents in a flash, who don’t need long to make a new streak and pick up where they left off. With a score of 7:1, they had the match in their hands. However, they make a small mistake in giving two easy frags and lose the round. The first half ended with a score of 10:2.

In all rounds, the players pushed A, mid, and, B. There were no rules, just run, jump, shoot. In the second half, Cupava Veverica struck back with the same measure at the beginning, they took a pistol round, defended themselves from force buy, and against eco they connected three in a row.
On Mirage we saw a 10:5 half for The Wild Ones, who didn’t take a long time to finish the second game and take the first win in groups. Last two rounds on CT they only pushed mid and finished the job. 

A nailbiter on Ancient and Mirage

In the second duel of this group stage round things were a lot closer as games ended with 13:10 and 13:11 scores. BeFive opens Ancient with two rounds in a row on the CT side. However, then Superior Esports connects seven rounds in a row without much difficulty focusing only on attacking sites without going mid. Towards the end of the half, BeFive somehow pulls out two more rounds and the half is suddenly decent 8:4.

BeFive on T starts well, but they lose the first buy round, which opens the opportunity for them to reset the opponents. That is exactly what they do and the game is even again. After that BeFive confidently takes the lead. However, Superior Esports with great holds take the last four rounds in a row to make the final 13:10 score.

On Mirage BeFive starts well as they take the first four rounds. After that everything that could have gone wrong for this team has. Superior took all the rounds until the end of half (8:4). On the CT side, however, BeFive woke up from their sleep and even up the score followed by a won round to take the lead. Similar to Ancient. In those moments, history repeats itself. Superior pulls out the round from their sleeve. They take advantage of the enemy’s mistakes and close the game 13-10.

If you missed these upper bracket matches, you can watch them HERE!

CS2 group stage results

Take a look at the wildly exciting third weekly A1AL recap!

The group stage of CS2 began with the first two matches, Brawl Stars had their first qualifier with a well-known winner, and EAFC24 and EAFC24 Mobile have only one more qualifier cup left. Many interesting things happened, some positive some negative. Read on to learn more and find out the results in the A1AL recap.

Prometey and GIZONE secured first wins in the A1AL group stage

The group stage has started, and the DE bracket is being played. The first BO3 matches played were between Kubix vs PROMETEY and Bagra vs GIZONE. Let’s take a look at the first match. 

PROMETEY decided on Ancient as their map pick. However, that didn’t turn out quite as planned for them. Only the pistol round was successful in the first half. Kubix ended this half with a big 10-2 advantage. Amar finds three kills in the second half and secures a victory for his team (13-2).

On Anubis, PROMETEY and Kubix switched places. This time PROMETEY was 10-2 after the first half. At 12-2, Kubix wakes up and imposes their play style. Amar opens the B site almost every round. At 12-7, Rile saves AWP, and in the next round, that AWP is of great importance. At 12:8, Wazz pushes B main and finds a frag, while Rile helps him find another one. At this point everything falls apart for Kubix and PROMETEY takes the map with 13-8.

A very close first half was seen on the decider map which was Mirage. A little struggle for Kubix and a great play from PROMETEY in multiple rounds lead us to the 7-5 score at the half. In the second half, Kubix on the T side plays strongly and takes an 8-7 lead. PROMETEY manages to take the round and equalize the result at 8-8 and with an excellent game returns to the lead of 10-8. But that lead did not last long. On the wings of Lewis, Kubix returns to 10-10. But again a reversal, the powerful Prometey arrives at 12-10 where Gejmzilla has a planted bomb and remains in a 2v1 situation where he knifes the defuser and finds another kill. That brings us to 12-11. After that, two rounds were taken by the MIGHTY PROMETEUS sending Kubix to the lower bracket of A1AL.

GIZONE is victorious after two games only

On Inferno, GIZONE is completely dominating the first half on their CT side. They rarely let Bagra even plant the bomb, and when they did, it was an easy defuse for their opponents. Even though the first half ended with 9-3, Bagra wasn’t going to fall that easily. After 11-4, they begin to wake up. They managed to reach 12-9 and the possibility of a comeback shone before their eyes. Unfortunately, GIZONE opens the next round with two frags and finishes what they started taking the first map with a 13-9 score.

Crazy first half on Mirage. GIZONE takes the first three rounds, but Bagra with astonishing gameplay after that takes seven in a row. After 7-5 half, GIZONE takes the lead at 11-9 after a few very close rounds. However, Bagra doesn’t surrender and they then take the lead (12-11). After missing the match point, the game goes into overtime. Both teams did great on the CT side of overtime. But in the end, GIZONE pushes short and wins with a 16-14 score.

CS2 group stage A1AL

Brstimir wins the third EAFC24 qualifier

The fact that some of the favorites secured a place in the top 16 of A1AL after two qualifiers opened up space for new players to get points. Milos “Brstimir” Majdevac missed the second qualification, but in the third, he came for the full spoils and thus definitely secured his place in the group stage. In the finals, his opponent was his old rival Harun “Hara” Parla, who after a difficult victory in the first game, he routinely defeated in the second with a score of 7-1.

Jovan “CZBackoSRB” Balać gave us the biggest surprise, by winning 3rd place and is now on the threshold of the group stage. Along with Brstimir, Misko, and Cere, CZBacko has brightened the face of Serbia in the A1 Adria League, which until now was mainly led only by Brstimir.

Skrebo98 secures maximum points in the third A1AL EAFC24 Mobile qualifier

Another great competition in the third EAFC24 Mobile qualifier in the A1AL as 240 players signed up.

The third qualification brought the new-old champion of the Balkans, Shaq, almost to full glory. He won in the quarterfinals against the best overall scorer, Bojce. However, he was very close to coming out first from these qualifications. This time that honor belongs to the Buducnost eSports player Skrebo98 from Bosnia.

Their duel, after a draw in the first match, and the triumph of one after the other, was decided by a golden goal, in the 55th minute of the 4th match. An unfortunate deflected ball after a free kick ended up in the upper left corner of Shaq’s goal.

In the overall standing, Bojce still leads with 290 points, followed by Savazver, Skrebo98, and Shaq respectively.

EAFC24 Mobile third qualifier A1AL

Is Salada de Frutas back for more titles?

This week we began the Brawl Stars qualifiers. BS has been a standard game in the A1AL for many seasons. In the 13th season, we will host four qualifiers. The first is already over, and it ended with Salada de Frutas demolishing their opponents and winning maximum points. They showed extraordinary performance and didn’t lose a single game until the finals. There they faced team FBI, and in the BO5 duel won with a 3-1 score. Our three-time champions changed their roster with only DzonDzon remaining at the moment.

However, not all news is good. We have had some problems in the first BS qualifier. The problems with the FaceIT platform led to many misunderstandings and unfortunately, teams were injured for their points.

I would like to apologize to everyone immediately because of yesterday’s events. The way the qualifiers were held yesterday did not live up to the A1 Adria League standard, as we always try to give our players the best possible playing experience with a healthy dose of competition. Unfortunately, that was not possible yesterday due to things beyond our control.

We will no longer rely on Facit’s automatic matchmaking system, as it has proven to be extremely unreliable and inaccurate. From the next qualifier, all matches will be monitored and recorded manually, and all communication between players will be conducted via Faceit rooms, and results will be reported to the channel ⁠💯✦results✦ on Discord.” – Inder, Brawl Stars administrator

Brawl Stars first qualifier standings A1AL

CS2 ready for groups in A1AL; Bojce and Mupinho on top of the second EAFC qualifiers

The second A1 Adria League qualifiers of the 13th season are behind us. While CS2 teams have already secured all the spots in the groups and are now ready to start the climb, EAFC24 and EAFC24 Mobile players still have a long way to go. As far as football is concerned, we are at halftime, two qualifiers are finished while two more are on schedule. Check out what happened in the second A1AL qualifiers this weekend!

CS2: Group stage is formed

Last week we saw very interesting matches and four teams advancing to the group stage. The groups were secured by KubiX, Spotify, Bagra and The Wild ones. The second CS2 qualifiers in this A1AL season brought us the remaining four teams. The winners are:

  • Cupava Veverica
  • SuperiorEsports
  • GornjiDonji
  • PROMETEY

PROMETEY was one of the teams who made it through and their road wasn’t an easy one. They eliminated two familiar names in the region. Both Jake Bube and KlanRUR failed to qualify for this season, while the former was really close as we saw overtime. An interesting duel was seen between Cupava Veverica and Ravens where we also went into overtime. However, in the end, Cupava Veverica who we also saw in the first qualifier, deservedly advanced to groups. One of the dominating teams was SuperiorEsports who didn’t lose a single map.

Mupinho broke the A1AL record

81 players participated in the second EAFC24 qualifiers in the A1 Adria League. The absence of some of the better-known names may have given space to new players to collect a significant number of points. Mustafa “Mupinho” Sejmenovic made the most of it!

We knew he had a talent for FIFA, but this is the first time he convinced us all, breaking the record in the final itself. He defeated the champion of the 11th season, Marko “Gruby” Grubisic, with a score of 9-2 in the deciding game, thus securing 100 points and a practically safe place in the group stage. In the total score, the first place belongs to the winner of the first qualification, Nemanja “Misko” Misic, while Mupinho is second with 100 points. Novo remains third, and in the 4th position was the now regular Tin ” CLA Th3Prod1gy ” Škrgatić.

There is still time for turnarounds so don’t waste any time and sign up! The third EAFC24 qualifiers are scheduled for June 22.

Again more than 200 EAFC24 Mobile players signed up

Of 232 registered players, 220 played in the second qualifier of EAFC24 Mobile in the A1AL. It was the first time we saw former caster Nikolas in esports action. He managed to make it all the way to the finals. Unfortunately for him, the better player was Bojce, who in the semi-finals overcame the tournament’s surprise, Somzi.

Somzi was in the top 20 of the world four years ago and is a member of Spartak eSport from Subotica. He finished the competition as 4th because he lost to the young Bosnian player Ogi in the Bo3 match for third place. However, you should remember this name as he was the only one who succeeded, in the appearance of the FC Mobile community in the A1AL so far, to make up for the 3-goal deficit. From 4:1 he returned the semi-final match against Bojce to 4:4.

A total of 40 goals were seen in this interesting stream of the top 8 in the second qualifiers of the A1AL. Among the new faces in the top 16, we saw a guy named prosječnibosanac. Surely this success will motivate him to fight even more in the remaining two qualifying stages. Another name worth mentioning is Bojan, whose appearance in the A1 Adria League was the first, where he immediately took part in the top 8.

If you still haven’t, sign up for the third qualifier, scheduled on June 22.

Here are your EAFC24 and Rocket League champions in A1 Student eChallenge!

Two of three competitions that are part of our A1 Student eChallenge are over. Rocket League and EAFC24 got their champions already, while only the CS2 competition remains. While most of the tournament was played off-stream, our followers could enjoy a very tense final in Rocket League and EAFC24. Let’s take a look at how it went.

FER and MATHOS at the top

Let’s begin with Rocket League, where we had seven different Universities compete for the top prize. From the signed up schools we had FER, FERIT, FOI, UNIPU, FESB, Algebra, and PMFST which amounted to 24 players. The competition was fierce and the top 4 Universities were FER, Algebra, FOI, and FERIT.

In the grand final of A1 Student eChallenge, we saw a dominating victory from the side of FER who managed to win this BO7 series with a 4:1 score against Algebra.  The roster made of Dred, Zuki, Turba, and Dunge, showed their skill and deservedly won the title. However, in our fight for the third place, things were a lot more closer. After a long struggle and seven games, FERIT came out victorious against FOI with a 4:3 score.

  • 1st place: FER 
  • 2nd place: Algebra
  • 3rd place: FERIT
  • 4th place: FOI
  • 5th-7th place FESB, UNIPU, and PMFST

Moving on to EAFC24 where we also had seven Universities compete. In this competition, the signed-up Universities were FOI and FERIT with two representative players, UNIPU, TVZ, MATHOS, ASPIRA, and Algebra with one each. It took eight games for us to get our best four players in this competition. FOI did very well, and their players ranked 2nd and 3rd. Bati took the second place, while t0m3 one below. On stream, in the grand finale, Bati lost to MATHOS rep klaic710 with a 2:3 score. However, in the fight for third place t0m3 was more successful and won 3:0 against Remo.

1st place: MATHOS | klaic710

2nd place: FOI | Bati

3rd place: FOI | t0m3

4th place: TVZ | Remo

5th-8th place FERIT, UNIPU, FERIT, and ASPIRA

9th place: Algebra

Now only the CS2 competition is left and you can follow the finale on the 21st of June which is Friday. Don’t forget to follow our stream on YouTube, Twitch and Kick.

 

One of the most successful A1AL qualifiers in the history of the League is behind us!

You have waited long enough. The new season of A1 Adria League is here. This weekend we have witnessed so many interesting games in the first qualifiers in CS2, EAFC24, and EAFC24 Mobile. These qualifiers, of the 13th season of A1AL, turn out to be the one of the most successful ones yet! And we’ve only just started! Imagine what the league is going to be like. Stay with us until the end!

Four CS2 teams secured the groups

Unlike last seasons where we had three of four qualifiers in CS2, this year there are only two opportunities to secure the group stage and your place among the best. With the first qualifier over, four teams advanced to the next stage and are awaiting their opponents. The winners of the first CS2 qualifiers, out of 42 signed-up teams, are:

  • KubiX
  • Spotify
  • Bagra
  • The Wild ones

As always, we have followed the most interesting matches on stream. We followed Clan RUR, which took its first match to overtime against the main lineup team. They managed to beat them at 16:14, but then they come to Anubis against the playful team Spotify, which won 13:3. After that, we followed the BO3 between Kosovar Kubix and the Cupava Veverica team. The latter picks Anubis and loses 13:9, but after that, they go to Dust 2 (Kibix’s pick) and win 13-11 in a tense map. At Vertigo, a slightly better performance by Kubix, where Cupava Veverica misses a lot of opportunities and again loses, this time with a 13-8.

EAFC24 games amounted to almost 400 players combined

Besides CS2, we’ve had our first A1AL qualifier cups in EAFC24 and its mobile counterpart. While in EAFC24 we had a full bracket of players, all 128, 210 people signed up for the mobile version. The competition has never been this fierce and this is only a preview of what the league will look like this season.

EAFC24 in A1AL wouldn’t be what it is without our veterans such as Novo, our six-time champion, Brstimir, Hara, Jasik, and many others. Some of the familiar names managed to score the first points while the other will have to wait for the next qualifier. Two rivals, Brstimir and Novo got to the semis, where one was defeated, while the other one moved on to the finals. Brstimir lost to Misko who then went on to win the whole thing. While on the other side Novo bested Jocko in the other semi.

Things were also explosive in the EAFC24 mobile qualifier. Out of 210 players, one managed to win the most points and put himself in the best position. Savazver showed his quality and secured 180 points. Fcsveta was the next most successful player of the qualifier with 100 points, while Bojce secured third place and earned 80.

In the mobile version of EAFC24, we also saw some familiar names such as our last season’s champion SHAQ. He, unfortunately, didn’t manage to go far up the ladder in the first qualifier, but he did earn 30 points and put himself on the table. Three more qualifiers are left in both EAFC24 and EAFC24 Mobile after which 16 players from each game will advance to the groups. We are waiting for you. Sign up NOW!

Students, sign up and compete in the A1 Student eChallenge!

Another season of A1 Adria League is just around the corner and as always we are not just letting pro players and teams compete and have fun playing their favorite games. Once again students from Croatia will have a chance to show who is the best and compete in the student league this June. Don’t wait up as A1 Student eChallenge is very near. Read on to find out how to sign up and which games we are hosting.

A1 Student eChallenge will feature three games

Everyone needs a break from studying and we know that video games are one of the best ways to relax and enjoy your free time. So why not make a little money on the side while gaming, and compete with your colleagues for the right to call yourself the best? If you were wondering where you can do that, the answer is here, in our A1 Adria League tournament.

This season students from Croatia will be able to compete in CS2, Rocket League, and EAFC24. Choose your game and don’t waste any more time, since you can only sign up until June 5th. Contact your student services for application and you’re all set.

Now regarding the games themselves, Rocket League and EAFC24 will be played from the 10th to 14th of June. The games will be BO3 until we reach the semifinals and played off stream. This stage will be BO5. On the last day, 14.06, we will have the grand finals and the fight for third place in both games on stream in the BO7 format.

Counter-Strike 2 is scheduled for the 17th until the 21st of June. The bracket will be BO1 in this case until the finals. Finals and the match for third place will however be BO3 and we will stream both matches on 21st of June. You can watch all the games on our YouTube or Twitch channel.

For more information regarding the A1 student eChallenge, follow our social media accounts on TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Seven exciting years of A1 Adria League in the making!

Believe it or not, we have been through six years (2024 being the seventh one) and 12 exciting seasons of the A1 Adria League while two new ones are awaiting this year. We have come very far since the inception of the league and our first tournament. After many different games and a lot of format changes, we have arrived at today. Take a look at what made the A1 Adria League great, enjoy a trip down memory lane, and reminisce together with us.

From 2017 to today

Everything began with three games and at that time unknown teams. Today we are proud to have hosted some of the best European names in League of Legends, CS:GO, now CS2, and FIFA. Valiance&CO won the league in the first season with Nexa and Hunter who are now playing best European CS2 tournaments with G2 Esports. And that’s not all. That same season we also saw Sacre compete who would later go on to play in EU LCS.

Similar to the initial season, the second one was remarkable as well. That is when we changed the name of the league from VIP Adria League to A1 Adria League, added two new games, Clash Royale and Hearthstone, went mobile, and introduced a new tournament format.

The year 2018 and seasons 3 and 4 introduced Dota in the A1 Adria League and we have seen a tremendous rise in the prize pool between these two seasons. While Team uNIQUE took home 1000 euros, the winners of the 4th season in CS:GO ex-BLUEJAYS won 5000 euros.

CS:GO and FIFA in their prime

Moving forward to next year, Dota 2 and Hearthstone were replaced with Brawl Stars, a game that is still immensely popular and one of our featured games today. Many players who are still competing in 2024 in A1AL made their debuts in season 5 such as Tarik Novo, Esad Memic, brstimir in FIFA, and 4glory and Blink in CS:GO. Now as we know, Tarik Novo has six titles behind him and is expected to win even more.

As we know everything has an end except League of Legends, and in that matter, this MOBA made its return in 2021 with seasons 7 and 8 when Split Riders and Metamoon triumphed. While Tarik started his reign in FIFA. That year we unfortunately didn’t have LAN at the end of the year but we survived COVID better than we hoped as we had almost 30.000 watched hours with more than 200.000 live views.

The return of the LAN

The year 2022 brought back the LAN event and besides that, the finish of the jubilee 10th season of the A1 Adria League watched over 100,000 unique viewers. We introduced new games and a mini-tournament format where the additional games were played for one or two weekends instead of the whole season. Such was PUBG where Entropiq took the title, League of Legends, F1, and VALORANT who made its debut.

We didn’t stop at seven games and last year we had a total of nine different games and competitions. With CS:GO (now CS2), FIFA23 (now EAFC24), and Brawl Stars as main games, we introduced for the first time Fortnite, Trackmania and Rainbow Six Siege. Additionally, League of Legends, PUBG, and VALORANT stayed in the league as mini-tournaments.

Season 12 last November had an amazing LAN finish where the titles went out to Tarik Novo in EAFC24, Salada de Frutas in Brawl Stars, Zero Tenacity in CS2, and SHAQ came victorious in EAFC24 Mobile. Apart from the games, we hosted many different events as a part of Reboot InfoGamer powered by A1 with more than 50 hours of entertainment and a prize pool of more than 17,000 euros.

We already mentioned that this season the prize pool will be a whopping 40,000 euros and that the competition will be as exciting as ever with the first qualifiers starting at the beginning of June.

Get ready and sign up!

A1 Adria League Season 13 is waiting for you!

If you thought that this year you wouldn’t be participating in the A1 Adria League or watching the best regional players and teams, you are mistaken. Even though we are starting a bit later this year, we are more than ready to show you what we have planned for the 13th and 14th season. Keep reading to find out more!

Seven games, a LAN event, and a whopping prize pool

This year we are proud to inform you that we will be hosting 6 different games in both A1 Adria League seasons. Four games we will stream throughout the whole season while two of them will be a part of mini tournaments. All year long you will be able to enjoy CS2, EAFC23, EAFC24 Mobile, and Brawl Stars. We don’t want to reveal everything from the start, so stay tuned for the remaining two games! All we will say is that first one is from Riot Games, second one is a legendary fighting game, and the third is a very popular battle royale.

The prize pool for both seasons will be more than 40.000 Euros, and we are starting the league with the first qualifiers of the s13 on June 8th. Leaving you time to practice and prepare, since the competition is fierce each year. And while the 13th season will have a finale online, the ending for the 14th season will be a LAN party as a part of the Reboot event sometime in November!

As far as the format goes, for CS2, we will have six qualified teams and two invited to compete for the top prize. The group stage will be double elimination and the top 4 will move on to playoff.

Football lovers will enjoy EAFC24 and EAFC24 Mobile throughout four qualifiers, group stage, and finals. The group stage will contain four groups of four players. The remaining eight players will advance to the second stage of groups where there will be two groups with four players. From there we will get the best four who will compete in the playoffs.

Last but not least, Brawl Stars will have four qualifiers as well while the group stage is double elimination where the best 16 teams will compete in BO5/BO3 series.

For more information follow our social media accounts on Instagram, X, and Facebook, and watch the league on YouTube. Twitch or Kick.

 

Here are your S12 A1 Adria League champions!

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. 

Favorites triumphed

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.

 

Here’s who attends LAN from EA FC 24 and EA FC Mobile games

The SWISS group stage has officially ended with the last rounds of this stage had been played in EA FC 24 and Mobile. Now we are ready for the LAN in Zagreb and the grand finale of the 12th A1 Adria League season. Don’t miss it!

Shaq and Nerko battling for the prize

Since only the two best EA FC Mobile players are getting the chance to attend the LAN, last weekend we saw the SWISS round end, the semifinals, and the 3rd place decider played. Many exciting things happen, but let’s start from the beginning.

In the last round of the group stage, Nerko eliminated Ivand with a 2:1 victory, while in the other matchup, it was Kayozz who came out victorious against Lazar. Needless to say this was expected and Kayozz won with the same score as Nerko, 2:1. Semifinals were played right after the previous stage ended. In the first one, we saw the final before the final between Shaq and Suh12. There Shaq took the win and secured a place in LAN. The second, Bosnian, semifinals saw Nerko defeat Kayozz with a 2:1 score. Kayozz managed to win third place after he defeated Suh12 without losing a game.

CLA_TH3Prod1gy makes it to TOP 4

The last spot in the TOP 4 was to be decided in the match between Tin “CLA_TH3Prod1gy” Škrgatić and Nemanja “NemanjaLS92” Misic. NemanjaLS almost made the most of his wildcard, which gave him a place in the TOP 8 after the resignation of Haris, but Skrga, although he already secured his place in LAN through the Student Challenge, was not satisfied with that, and we will see him in the TOP 4 LAN finalists of the A1 adria league.

With the victory against Nemanja, he joined the three already qualified, and the TOP 4 for LAN look like this:

Tarik “Novo” Novo

Matija “CLA_marac90” Marković

Filip “CLA_Cyber_FICO” Babić

Tin “CLA_TH3Prod1gy” Škrgatić

Both the semifinals and the finals for EA FC 24, unlike EA FC Mobile, we will have a chance to see live at Zagrebacki Velesajam and the LAN finale of the 12th A1 Adria League season this weekend. Will Novo be stronger than the CLA organization and defend his title?