The CS:GO competition officially started yesterday. A little less than 40 teams registered for this qualifier, and we have seen some interesting matches. The teams that were successful and already secured their spot in the group stage in the tenth A1 Adria League season are KATAI and Velez Mostar.
Two more chances remain
Not much has changed this season in the CS:GO competition. Unlike Brawl Stars and FIFA, CS:GO has the overall three qualifier cups. Two teams from each qualifier advance to the next stage of the competition. This week the two teams that came out victorious are KATAI and Velez Mostar. They showed the best performance and can now be at peace until the start of the league.
We have seen some familiar names yesterday during the qualifier such as Cyber Wolves, Jake Bube, KTRL, and many others. Cyber Wolves with their newly signed CS:GO roster managed to reach the 4th round or quarterfinals, before being eliminated by none other than KATAI. Jake Bube is a well-known team that’s being led by Mladen Jurić from Relog Media. This squad is very active lately, and we have had the opportunity to follow them in many tournaments.
KTRL is a Romanian organization that has great potential to make it to the top. Seeing as they acquired many talented players from the region such as Nemanja “sarenii” Šarenac. Sarenii is a familiar name in the region, he played for 4glory with whom he won many tournaments including Esport Adria Prvenstvo and Kuvo OneTap in 2021. An ex Zero Tenacity player Dejan “Katalić” Koprivica is also a member of KTRL, as well as Miloš “dEE” Marčeta. With this roster, we can expect a lot from KTRL.
Since the first qualifier is over, there are only two more chances to enter the league. Who will join KATAI and Velez Mostar we will see in our remaining two qualifiers. The second one is scheduled for next Sunday, September 18th, so don’t waste any time, and sign up HERE!