Season 11 in the A1 Adria League is coming to an end. The group stage is officially over, and the teams in multiple games are ready to compete for the top prize, the title, and the right to call themselves the best. Who will win the 11th season in FIFA, BS, and CS:GO find out this weekend in Zagreb!
Zero Tenacity is one step closer to defending the title
Four best teams in this CS:GO seasons were Jake Bube, Portugal, Zero Tenacity, and Infernus Esports. Only two have made it to the finish line, and their battle will be held at Zagrebacki velesajam during a Reboot Games Weekend event. Zero Tenacity once again secured a place in the finals, winning by a considerable margin against team Infernus Esports. Z10 was dominant on both maps, with scores of 16:6 on Mirage and 16:2 on Nuke. As expected of them, they justified the role of favorites.
The second finalist is team Jake Bube. Suppose I might say a slight surprise over team Portugal who had a well-known name in the region DEPRESHN in their roster. Jake Bube played solid two matches, winning with the same result, 16:13 on Mirage and Inferno. The battle in the finals will be tense, but the advantage has to be given to Zero Tenacity as the defenders of the title and last year’s champions.
Novo is back for the fifth FIFA title.
We witnessed an exciting FIFA23 competition in this season of A1AL. Novo, Esad, Fico, and Marec are the best four players coming out victorious. Many familiar names again at the end, and only two will have the chance to battle for the title at the LAN event in Zagreb. Esad and Novo got 2:0 wins against their opponents in the semifinals. Esad bested Fico, while Novo was better than Marec.
Esad and Novo battled it out in the winner bracket’s finals, with Esad as the victor. He defeated Novo with a 2:1 score. Thus Novo fell to the loser bracket, where he had to beat Fico, who previously eliminated Marec in the lower bracket semifinals. Novo defeated Fico with a 2:1 score and got a chance for revenge against Esad.
In the best-of-five match, Novo will have his shot against Esad in the finals. Since Esad won the winner bracket finals, he will have a win advantage in the grand finals.
The second title for Esad or the fifth one for Novo?
Salada and Menace in the BS finals
This season one of our previous main games, Brawl Stars, had a different format. Instead of competition lasting throughout the whole season, Brawlers battled it out in two qualifiers. played on May 25th and June 1st. The two best teams who came out victorious out of the qualifiers are Salada de Frutas, now just Frutas, and Menace2Society.
Frutas was dominant in the first qualifier; they even eliminated their opponents in the upcoming finals Menace2Society, and some familiar names in the region, such as Jazavci, La Aquilla, etc. In the second qualifier, with Frutas out of the way, Menace2Society got their chance to qualify, which they did.
The finals will be tense in the Brawl Stars competition since former teammates will now be opponents. Namely, Decai, who won the BS tournament with Omerta last year, had Protic as his teammate. Protic is now a part of Menace2Society, while Decai plays for Frutas. Don’t miss the action this weekend in Zagreb!
Entropiq won the PUBG title.
One of the mini-tournaments played recently was in PUBG. Once again, the favorites were clear, and they bested the competition once again to defend the title for the second time. So far, we had three PUBG tournaments in three seasons in the A1 Adria League, and all three went into the hand of Entropiq. This team is a well-known name in both regional and worldwide tournaments. The best player in the 11th season of A1AL was Lukarux, who won the MVP prize.