Since the beginning of the A1 Adria League way back in 2017, CS:GO has been a core game of our regional league. CS:GO is one of the main games in A1AL, and as such has the highest prize pool which will be awarded and distributed to the best teams in the region. We know the fans are waiting for the start of this tournament in the 11th A1 Adria League season, so let’s begin with the qualifiers for the main event in CS:GO.
Make your mark in the regional CS:GO scene
For so many seasons we have witnessed great players and extraordinary talents make the start of their careers, right here in the A1 Adria League. We are continuing with this tradition this year as well, and we are welcoming more and more young players, as well as experienced ones. The matches are always as exciting as ever, and the start of the competition is just around the corner.
The format in CS:GO hasn’t changed from previous seasons. We will have four open qualifiers, where teams will have a chance to earn their spot in the league, i.e. in the group stage of the A1 Adria League in this popular FPS game. Eight teams will advance from the qualifiers, the best two from each one. After completing the SWISS group stage and single-elimination playoffs, we’ll rejoice in the crowning of the newest A1 Adria League champions in CS:GO. The top four teams will battle in the playoffs and share a 7000€ worth prize pool, where the champion will take home a whopping 3,500 euros.
The qualifiers are scheduled for April 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th, so there is still plenty of time to sign up and begin your climb!