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?

A1AL SWISS group stage recap here!

We are getting closer to finals in the 12th A1 Adria League season. The group stage phase has already kicked off and some teams already secured their spot in the finals, while others are just one step away. Read on to learn what happened in the SWISS group stage round 2 in EA FC 24 and EA FC Mobile, and who was successful in the third group stage round in CS2!

Shaq and Ivand dominant in EA FC Mobile

The second group stage round in the A1 Adria League in EA FC Mobile brought two players closer to securing a spot in the next stage of the competition. Shaq and Ivand have two wins and need only one more to be in the top 4. On the other hand, Destroyer lost another game and is now one step away from elimination. He needs to improve his performance or take his chances in a different EA FC Mobile season.

The same goes for Nerko, who played in the first match of the day against Lazar. Lazar won 3:0 and left Nerko in the danger zone. In the second match, two league favorites Shaq and Kayozz battled it out in a derby match, where the former came out victorious.

EA FC 24 is as intense as ever!

In the first match of the second group stage round, we saw many emotions on the stream between Esad1memic and CLA TH3Prod1gy. It was the latter who managed to score more goals and avoid being 0:2 which can’t be said for Esad. However, this isn’t the first time for the A1AL veteran to be in this position and manage to still secure the top 4.

The second match between two rookies of the league played by OlleDobrinho and NemanjaLS92 finished in the favor of Nemanja who won 2:0. This left Olle in a bad position whereas if he loses another match he is out of the league.

CLA Marac in the third match wins against his countryman and mate from the organization CLA Cyber Fico and is now one step closer to securing the next stage. He now has the overall score of 2:0 while Fico is in solid state with one win and one loss.

In the end, the best! Two familiar names and two rivals Novo and Brstimir went head to head in the biggest match of the week. In the region derby emotions couldn’t be surpressed. Novo opened with a win after which Brstimir retaliated making Novo ragequit. However, he came back and celebrated in the end with a big win. One more and he is in the TOP 4. On the other hand, Brstimir has an overall score of 1:1 and a good chance to advance further.

Z10 is in the top 4; Bonanza eliminated in CS2

Unlike EA FC, CS2 is already playing the third group stage round which brought one elimination and one promotion. Namely, Zero Tenacity, the current champion defender, secured the next stage with 3:0. On the other hand, Bonanza didn’t manage to secure a single win and is out of the competition.

The first match of this round was played between Jake Bube and RUR Esports. It was a close match where RUR had a small early lead. However, at halftime, it was 8:4 for Jake Bube. It was smooth sailing for Jake Bube until 12:7 when RUR attempted to come back into the game and almost managed to reverse the game. However, the score was 12:10 when team Jake Bube secured a win with one more victorious round.

The second match between The Suspects and Megnatos finished fast as one player from Megnatos failed to connect and they had to surrender unfortunately.

The third one was another close match between Salamander and Bonanza on Anubis, Ancient, and Inferno, where Salamander came out victorious with a 2:1 score overall and eliminated Bonanza. Anubis was close until halftime where Bonanza performed better even though their opponents picked the map. After that 13:8 victory things began to go south for Bonanza. Things on Ancient really had an explosive ending. The situation was equal for the most part of the game. Half time was 6:6, after which Salamander won 6 rounds in a row. Then Bonanza woke up and almost evened out the score, it was 12:11. In a 2v2 situation on B Site, Miwo (Salamander) outplays the opponent and wins one for his team. Moreover, the third match was pure domination for Salamander as Bonanza only won 2 rounds in the whole game.

In the fourth and last match, two giants clashed. Zero Tenacity and Partizan Esports played two games on Anubis and Overpass, where both maps went into the hands of the defending champions. On Anubis Z10 was dominant. The half ended in their favor 8:4, as well as the game where Z10 stomped the opponent with a 13:6 score, letting them only two rounds. The second game was even more one-sided with Brutmonster on AWP ending the half with a 9:3 score. Only two rounds were given to Partizan after that and Overpass ended with a 13:5 score.

See which teams were successful in the first group stage round of A1AL!

The league has officially started. In the 12th A1 Adria League season, the SWISS group stage saw its first winners in three main games. Who celebrated in EA FC 24, EA FC Mobile, and CS2 will be revealed further in the article, so keep reading! Furthermore, a Clash Royale mini-tournament got its champion the previous week, where Dominik bested the competition of nearly 80 players.

Favorites prevailed in EA FC Mobile

The first round of the group stage in EA FC Mobile finished without any upsets or surprises. In the first match, Suh12 defeated Lazar from Montenegro and justified the role of favorite. The same happened in the second duel of that day, where Kayozz snatched a victory from Destroyer after three matches. Even though he had internet problems, the Bosnian contest went into the hands of a favored Kayozz.

The third match was one of the most watched and most exciting ones as Shaq and Tocc battled it out for the first win in the group stage. They played for the umpteenth time, it was a replay of the finals of the Southeast Conference of the BFL, and the victory was taken by the BFL champion, the Serbian player Shaq. And in the derby between clan comrades, from the United League, Nerko and Ivand played 4 matches, after which Ivand from Macedonia emerged as the winner.

Great start for Novo and Brstimir

The first round of the group stage in EA FC 24 also didn’t have any upsets. Three out of four scheduled matches were played as one player withdrew from the league. Namely, Haris decided not to participate anymore and his place was taken by NemanjaLS92 a day ago. His match against Cyber Fico will be played subsequently.

In the first match of the group stage, Brstimir took on Croatian player CLA TH3Prod1gy and that was an easy win for our veteran. He took down his opponent with a swift 2:0 victory. The same happened in Novo’s matchup where, with the same result, the Bosnian defeated fellow countryman Esad1memic.

In another match, CLA Marac justified the role of favorite and defeated newly joined player OlleDobrinho.

Z10 is continuing the dominant performance in CS2

The defenders of the title in CS2, Zero Tenacity, opened the group stage with a dominant win. They are the biggest favorites for winning the championship again and they are showing it. Even though they were losing at halftime with 5:7 for team The Suspects, they snatched a 13:10 victory in the end. Nemanha was the best player of the game with 23 frags and a 1.53 K/D ratio.

RUR Esports won their match against Salamander on Ancient with a 7:5 score at half and finished with 13:7 letting the opponent get only two rounds in the second half. The determining round happened at 11:7 where RUR didn’t have a good buy but managed to outsmart Salamander and take the win.

Jake Bube vs Partizan Esports was the third match of the day, where Partizan defeated one of the invited teams by 13:8. The best player of the match was Kind0 with 24 kills.

Last but not least, Megnatos was successful against their opponent, team Bonanza with a 13:10 score on Mirage. Mwlky was the one who brought his team to victory with an astonishing 32 frags.

Next week we will find out who will be the first team to advance to the finals and who will be the first eliminated. Partizan and Z10 have a chance to secure a spot in the finals, while we say goodbye to either Bonanza or Salamander. Stay tuned!

Dominik is the Clash Royale champion!

The first stage of the Clash Royale competition was an in-game tournament lasting 60 minutes. The most famous names from the Clash Royale scene from the region took part in the tournament. Unfortunately, greats like Hezzy, Arkan, and Novak did not qualify for the next stage of the competition (Double Elimination). It is worth noting that Arkan and Novak are the winners of previous A1AL seasons.

In the bracket phase of the competition, we followed the dominance of Dominik and Enis in the upper bracket until the final itself. In the lower bracket, Marsel Smocker showed himself in the best light, winning the final of the lower bracket, where he played against Enis to meet the finalist from the upper bracket (Dominik). However, Enis once again showed why he is one of the best players from the region and successfully defeated Marcel Smocker. In the final itself, we had a repeated meeting between Dominik and Enis. The fight was tight, but Dominik the match and the prize pool worth 150 EUR.

Here are the top eight FIFA Mobile players in the 12th A1AL!

The last qualifier’s week is behind us. We had the opportunity to enjoy exhilarating matches in the fourth and last FIFA Mobile qualifiers. As CS: GO, now CS2, and FIFA23, now EA Sports FC 24, finished this part of the tournament, the previous week only one qualifier was played. Now we have the top eight players in all three main games and the group stage can commence.

Bosnian players dominated the FIFA Mobile qualifiers

After four exciting qualifiers in FIFA Mobile, we finally have our best eight players who will advance to the SWISS group stage and compete for the top prize. Besides already-known players who qualified, based on their success, we also had one upset in the fourth qualifier. Namely, the winner of the Gaming Weekend, Andrija 06, was defeated by a new player Mbalug, and is now out of the race for the top eight and the league. He will have to try again next season.

Two players made it to the semi-finals in the fourth qualifier and therefore secured the two group stage places. It was Lazar and Destroyer who bested a competition of 114 players and are safe in groups. Destroyer, Kayozz, and Nerko are representing Bosnia in the 12th A1 Adria League season, while two Maceodian players, Ivand and Tocc also made it. Besides them, Suh12 and Shaq are also one of the best eight players this season. Watch them compete in EA Sports FC Mobile this Friday on our YouTube or Twitch channel!

SWISS Group Stage Round 1 Matchups in EA Sports FC Mobile:

MATCH 1: Tomislav “suh12” Peula VS Lazar “Lazar” Maras

MATCH 2: Amar “Kayozz” Hadziabdic VS Benjamin “Destroyer” Saldum

MATCH 3: Ivan “Shaq” Novakovic VS Hristijan “Tocc” Tocev

MATCH 4: Ivan “Ivand” Donevski VS Nermin “Nerko” Zdralovic

Besides FIFA Mobile switching to EA Sports FC Mobile, the other main games in our tournament are making the change as well. Qualified FIFA23 players will compete in EA Sports FC 24 in the group stage, while CS: GO is now Counter-Strike 2.

Follow our social media for more information on the upcoming SWISS group stage news in EA Sports FC Mobile, EA Sports FC 24, and CS2!

FIFA games finishing their qualifiers; CS:GO group stage already started in the A1AL!

The fourth-week games of the 12th season in the A1 Adria League finished this weekend. FIFA Mobile played its third qualifier, with only one more left, while FIFA23 players finished their last one, and we now have the top 8 who will advance to the group stage. On the other hand, the first round of the CS: GO group stage was played last Sunday. Read to learn details about each game and how players and teams performed.

More upsets in FIFA Mobile

Like in the first A1AL FIFA Mobile qualifiers, we also witnessed more upsets this week. Firstly, the leader on the scoreboard, Kayozz, was surprisingly eliminated in the third round. Lazar snatched a saucy victory over Kayozz but only managed to reach the next round before being eliminated. Mihajlo ran him over in that round and reached the semifinals, where he was stopped by Suh12, who went on to win the qualifier and max points.

At the moment, Kayozz is still first, while Suh12 is right behind him with 170 points overall. Furthermore, the third place now belongs to Shaq, who has 130 points. With just one more qualifier left, the first three players are almost definitely advancing to the next stage in the A1AL.

Moreover, the competition will be even more significant in the next qualifier, considering we are switching to the new FIFA game EA SPORTS FC™ Mobile. Sign up for it HERE!

Who are the top eight FIFA23 players?

You’d be mistaken if you think that not much has changed in the final scoreboard for FIFA23. One player managed to reach the finals and win 70 points, securing a spot in the league and eliminating two players from the top 8. Namely, Srdjan “Olle Dobrinho” Dobric made it to the finals and, with 90 points overall, is now advancing to groups. With only 20 points before this qualifier, this player never gave up and was rewarded for it.

Due to his success, Djordje “Jasik” Cumbo and Nemanja “NemanjaLS92” Misic are out of the league and will have to try harder next season. Furthermore, max points went into the hands of Filip “CLA_Cyber_FICO” Babic, who was victorious against Olle Dobrinho with a 2:1 score and is also advancing to the group stage with 140 points overall.

Besides them, Novo, Esad Memic, Brstimir, Marac, and TheProd1gy are some of the names we will watch compete for the top prize in the A1AL groups. Also, we are switching to a new FIFA game in this tournament as well, so you will enjoy the best regional players competing in EA SPORTS FC™ 24 from now on.

Check out what happened in the third A1AL qualifiers week!

The third week since the beginning of the 12th A1 Adria League season is already behind us. Many interesting matches were played, and excitement wasn’t absent. We even crowned the first champion in this A1AL season in League of Legends. Read on to learn more about FIFA23, FIFA Mobile, CS: GO, and LoL tournament results.

Shaq wins the second FIFA Mobile qualifiers

Unlike the first qualifier in FIFA Mobile, our new A1 Adria League tournament, the second didn’t see many surprises and upsets. At the top of the leaderboard are currently Kayozz, the winner of the first qualifier, and Shaq. These two players bested their opponents on their side of the bracket and made it to the finals. There, Shaq managed to snatch a victory from Kayozz and claim 120 points.

This puts him in the second place, while Kayozz remains the first with 200 points. He obtained 80 points in second place in the second FIFA Mobile qualifier. Ivand and Nerko are sharing the third spot with 90 points overall.

There is still time to earn more points and secure the group stage by signing up for the third qualifier set on September 22nd. You can do it HERE!

Third FIFA23 qualifier without a winner!

In the third FIFA23 qualifier, Teo “Sibirski_Plavac” Radman was the one who reached the finals and won 100 points. However, we found out another player was playing on his account and climbing in his place. Harun “Hara” Parla, a known FIFA player in the region, was boosting Teo, leading to both players being disqualified from the league.

Since these two players are now out of the league, the leaderboard in FIFA23 looks a bit different. Novo and Marac are still at the top with 140 points each. Haris, who made it to the finals in the third qualifier, has 90 points, followed by Esad Memic and Brstimir with 80 and 70 points, respectively.

The last FIFA23 qualifier will be played on September 23rd. Sign up for it HERE!

Underdogs Salamander and Megnatos made it to CS: GO group stage!

Out of 36 teams, only two could secure the group stage in the last CS: GO qualifier. Those teams were Salamander and Megnatos, who bested some familiar CS: GO players in the region and wider. They are the last two teams to make it to the group stage and join 4 qualified and 2 invited ones.

GhoulsW made another appearance but couldn’t get past ZGOINGON in the quarter-finals with HOLMES-, aidKiT, and choiv7 in their roster. However, this team didn’t make it far from there. They lost in the next round to Megnatos. Some of the names worth mentioning that also couldn’t secure groups are cerber-, deb0, v1w, and vAloN9, who we know from Kosovo organization X, and gejmzilla, who returned to A1 Adria League after a couple of seasons. Unfortunately, he will have to wait for the next one.

DZANGLERI are the new LoL champions!

Out of 16 teams, DZANGLERI made it to the end and won the first mini-tournament of the 12th A1 Adria League season, League of Legends. Another title goes into the hands of DZANGLERI, who also came on top in the ninth A1AL season. Panj also took another trophy home after showing up in many A1AL seasons.

The champions defeated VoidEsport in the finals 2:0 and rightfully claimed the throne and the 750 euros prize.

Close to winning were HARMONY and Stara Garda, previous champions in the A1 Adria League in this tournament. Both teams made it to the semifinals but weren’t successful. They battled against one another in the match for third place, where Stara Garda celebrated with a 1:0 score.

More new games and mini-tournaments are coming, so make sure to check our social media accounts and follow us for the latest news!

Second A1AL Qualifiers week brought many exciting matches!

Players from FIFA23 and CS: GO have already finished their second A1AL qualifiers and are now closer to securing the group stage, while some already did. On the other hand, last weekend, FIFA Mobile saw its debut. The first qualifiers welcomed as many as 130 players, and the best was Kayozz, who took 120 points and first place.

Upsets in the first FIFA Mobile qualifiers

There were many upsets and surprises in the first-ever FIFA Mobile qualifiers in the 12th A1 Adria League season. Two Gaming Weekend finalists from the “Balkan Top H2H” organization didn’t make it past the second round. The winner of Gaming Weekend, Andrija06, lost in the first round, while Shaq, the second finalist from this event, only made it to the second round.

Another upset was the elimination of the second-best FIFA Mobile player worldwide, Suhopolja12, who also lost in the first round of the qualifiers.

Those players who made upsets and eliminated the favorites were Kayozz from the Bosnian organization “BHSMC Balkan,” who defeated Medinjo, Maglica, Nemanja, HajdukKryptoa, Benjamin and, in the best-of-five duel, bested Bojan is Back.

The second-best qualifier was Macedonian player IvanD from the organization “Ujedinjeni,” who defeated Shaq, Bule, Havertz, and Nerko in the semifinals. He went home with 80 points.

Nothing is over yet, as we have three more FIFA Mobile qualifiers in A1AL. Sign up for the second one, taking place on September 15th by clicking HERE!

Novo is back; CLA_marac90 still on top

The second A1AL FIFA23 qualifiers saw the return of the king! After failing the first one and losing in the first round, our five-time champion is back to defend the crown. Novo defeated many familiar names and won the most points and first place in these qualifiers. With 100 points, he is now second on the scoreboard, while CLA_marac90 kept his first place by obtaining 40 points.

The battle for the most points happened between two old rivals, Novo and Esad. Esad1memic didn’t manage to defeat Novo and received 70 points, while Tarik, in two games, won with an overall score of 8:3.

Sign up for the third FIFA23 qualifiers HERE!

Only two spots in the CS: GO group stage left

Two more teams have secured the SWISS group stage in the CS: GO competition of A1AL. Besides MBAPPEEK, Partizan, Jake Bube, and current champions Zero Tenacity, teams The Suspect and RUR Esports found their way into the top eight.

Many familiar CS: GO teams signed up for this qualifier and competed against the best in the region. The Suspect roster, who previously played under Blink, didn’t lose a single map. Gulito and his team once again secured the group stage and are ready for the battle for the crown.

On the other side of the bracket, another familiar name made it to the finals of the qualifier, RUR Esports. They defeated ghoulsW with 2:0, another familiar regional CS: GO team.

Two more places are left. It’s time to see which two teams will claim it next weekend. Sign up for the third and last qualifier scheduled for September 17th HERE!

The 12th A1 Adria League LAN and Reboot InfoGamer back in Zagreb!

Since the last Reboot InfoGamer in 2019, powered by A1, we have seen many Reboot events such as Reboot Games Weekends and Reboot Online Games Weekends. Now, the Reboot InfoGamer event is back! The event will be held at Zagrebacki Velesajam from 9th to 12th November, and the LAN finale of the 12th A1 Adria League will be a part of it!

Get ready for another Reboot InfoGamer!

The Croatian gaming industry has been expanding and reaching new heights each year. Compared to previous years, we have seen a rise in the total profit and employment in the national video game production industry. A recent study has shown an increase of 87% in this aspect compared to 2019.

After months of planning, the Reboot InfoGamer is back and scheduled for November. The event will begin on November 9th and end on the 12th at the Zagrebacki Velesajam. But that’s not all. As a part of this event, the LAN finale of the current A1 Adria League season will be played in three popular games. Players and teams from Serbia, Croatia, Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina will compete for the top price and the right to call themselves the best regional players/teams in FIFA23/24, FIFA Mobile, and CS: GO. Once again, these events will be sponsored by A1 Croatia.

Besides the A1AL LAN, at the event, you can enjoy popular and new video games, panels where the developers will talk about their projects and giveaways where gaming merch and hardware will be awarded to those who are lucky.

CLA_marac90 won the first FIFA qualifier; Patrizan and MBAPPEEK successful in CS:GO!

The qualifiers for the 12th A1 Adria League started this weekend. We saw intense competition in FIFA23 and CS: GO first qualifiers. The most successful player in the FIFA23 qualifier was CLA_marac90, who won 100 points. On the other hand, the winners of the first CS: GO qualifiers were Partizan and MBAPPEEK, who secured the group stage.

The first two CS: GO group stage spots taken!

The first CS:GO qualifiers are over. We saw many successful regional teams battle it out on different maps. While everyone gave their best, the two teams who overcame all obstacles were Partizan and MBAPPEEK. They secured their spots in the group stage, joining the two invited teams and last year’s finalists, Jake Bube, and the current champions, Zero Tenacity.

Both teams were a menace on their side of the bracket. Partizan defeated Volt, Cactus Jack, and Achievo Esports without losing a single map. On the other side, MBAPPEEK was better than Kopaci, Team Vertex, and Mutnica Public.

If you want to find your place in the 12th A1AL season and compete with the best CS: GO teams, sign up for the qualifiers. Second CS: GO qualifiers are scheduled for September 10th. Click HERE to sign up!

First FIFA23 points grabbed!

More than 50 players competed for the first FIFA points at the start of the 12th A1 Adria League season this past weekend. We saw many familiar names, such as Tarik Novo, Brstimir, Jasik, Hara, Esad Memic, and rest. While some of them managed to acquire certain points, the best player of the first FIFA23 qualifier was CLA_marac90, as he won 100 points. Second place was taken by Hara, who won 70 points, while the third-best player that evening was NemanjaLS92 with 50 points.

The big surprise was Tarik Novo, who lost in the first round. The current FIFA champion and the five-time A1AL winner didn’t have a good start. However, he and the rest of the players have three more qualifiers to improve their score. The second qualifier is scheduled for September 9th. So don’t waste time, and sign up now by clicking HERE!

Sign up for the first FIFA23 qualifier and compete with the best!

After Gruby broke Novo’s winning streak in the 10th A1 Adria League FIFA competition, Tarik Novo returned stronger last season and took back what was his. He is now the most crowned FIFA player in the A1AL with five trophies. I’m sure we will see him again with the start of the new FIFA23 season, but will we see a rival strong enough to take him down?

If you think you can claim the throne and compete with the best of the best, sign up for the first qualifier and start gathering points. Only those with the most points will get the chance to compete in the league.

Sign up for the first FIFA23 qualifier!

Unlike CS:GO qualifiers, or some other games, FIFA23 has its own qualifier format. Namely, you should compete in all four qualifiers if you want to secure your spot in the group stages of the competition. You can’t win only one and qualify, like CS:GO teams do. In FIFA23, each qualifier brings 100 points to the winner, 70 points to the second place, and so on. The highest chance of advancing has the players with the most points. In some cases, it happened that a player could qualify with only one win from qualifiers, but it’s better not to leave anything to chance as the competition is fierce every season. Sign up for the first one on the link below.

First FIFA23 Qualifier – September 2nd

After four Qualifiers Cups, the best eight FIFA players will advance to the SWISS group stage. At some point in the group stage, the competition will move from FIFA23 to FIFA24, so there is no time to lower your guard. Keep practicing, and the grand finale will be yours!

From eight players in the group stage, we will eliminate four, while the remaining four will advance further in the competition. The finals will decide who is the best. As you qualify for the finals, you are guaranteed to take money home. The prize pool for FIFA23 this season is 2,300 euros, where the champion receives 1,250, the second place 600, the third place 300, and the fourth earns 150 euros.