The Serbian teams prevail in our first Round 3 matches!

4glory triumphed in the match against SKUAK, while iNation became the first playoffs team for this season!

The derby between SKUAK and 4glory began on Inferno, 4glory’s map pick. The Albanian side recently went through some changes in their roster and now, players that used to be a part of the team earlier this year will defend the organization’s banner once again. 4glory weren’t ready to repeat the mistakes they did against PORTUGAL once again. They played a calm Inferno and held their ground during the entire map, eventually winning it with a 16-10 scoreline. The BO3 continued on Mirage and the situation wasn’t any better for SKUAK. 4glory kept up with the great performance and closed out the duel with a 16-10 victory.

Next up, the winners’ Round 3 match was here for us to watch. PORTUGAL and iNation, two undefeated teams in this season, played the same two maps as 4glory and SKUAK, but in reverse order. Alexander “br0” Bro carried his team on Mirage and mostly because of him, PORTUGAL had an incredible string of rounds in the beginning. Later on, iNation caught up, but Macedonians successfully closed out Mirage. What followed after was one-sided domination by iNation, who won both Inferno and Dust2 while losing a total of eight rounds. Inferno ended with a 16-6 score, and Dust2 was even quicker – 16:2. (Re)Watch today’s games below:

These are the current CS:GO standings:


This week in A1AL: Brawl Stars is nearing the group stage!

Since FIFA finished its qualifying phase last week, this week of A1 Adria League will be dedicated to Brawl Stars, CS:GO, and League of Legends.

Brawl Stars

FIFA’s qualifiers came to an end and Brawl Stars is quickly catching up. Now is your last chance to sign up and compete for a spot in the Brawl Stars group stage. Since they started participating in this season’s qualifiers, Salada de Frutas have won every single one of them and are now comfortably in the lead with 400 points. The second-placed team has half as much, and that team is Omert4. A lot can change in this sixth qualifier, as the lower-ranked teams are separated by a small margin of points. When we announce the eight qualified teams, the SWISS stage will commence.

Until then, SIGN UP for the sixth qualifier, or click HERE to read everything you need to know about this season of Brawl Stars. You can also check the current Brawl Stars standings.

League of Legends

Lupus eSports and Metamoon managed to outplay their opponents in the single-elimination qualifier and become the first two teams in this A1 Adria League season. The cup was filled with great teams from all over the region. Names like Harmony and Split Raiders, who also took part in the seventh season, competed in this qualifier but missed the chance to qualify. On Saturday, you can also try your best to compete for the €4.000 prize pool. Three qualifiers remain, and six spots are yet to be filled out.

Click HERE to sign up for the upcoming qualifier, or HERE to read everything you need to know about this season of Brawl Stars.


Another CS:GO playday is behind us, and what a playday it was. Even though Young Glorians put up a great fight, Marten Gaming comfortably closed out the game 2-0. The real spectacle happened between PORTUGAL and 4glory, with the former winning the BO3 series on Overpass, probably the least played map in the league. Two awesome duels are scheduled to be played on Sunday. JESTE will face the Albanian team SKUAK, while iNation and BLUEJAYS will clash spears in the second series of the day.

This week, we decided to contact Kujtim “gulito” Durmishi, the new SKUAK IGL. gulito talked about his experience in the A1 Adria League as well as the first round of the SWISS stage:

I’ve been playing A1 Adria League for around 3 years, I feel bad that I couldn’t enjoy any trophy for it , but I gained great experience during that time that I participated in A1 Adria League. Anyway we’re still in the tournament with SKUAK and we’ll try our best to make it out to playoffs first and then win it all the way.

About match vs JESTE, I’m thinking that one will be kinda hard, but with the way practice is going for us, it is gonna be a win, they’re strong opponents but we gonna try our best. About the Round 1 match vs iNation we had so many individual mistakes, but we have worked around that and we have prepared so that mistakes like that they don’t happen again, and for the limited time we have had for practice, that’s perfect.

PORTUGAL enter the 2-0 bracket; Marten Gaming earn their first victory!

Marten Gaming, PORTUGAL, and both 4glory squads battled it out in the first playday of our second SWISS round for the season.

Whereas all our matches last Sunday went to three maps, this wasn’t the case today. Safet “giGOD” Čurić and Marten Gaming suceeded in defeating Young Glorians in two maps, Inferno and Mirage. And while we didn’t see a third map, that isn’t to say that the matches weren’t filled with awesome rounds all along. The match on Inferno was a bit shorter than the second one and ended 16-12 in favor of Marten Gaming. Both squads weren’t able to finish the game in regulation on Mirage, so the winner was decided in overtime. A 19-16 victory for Marten secured them their first map after an unusual loss against PORTUGAL in the first round of the season.

When talking about PORTUGAL, it is worth mentioning that their form today was as well last week as it was today. Miloš “dEE” Marčeta and 4glory achieved a dominant win on Inferno, and the Macedonian-majority quintet couldn’t win 10 rounds. dEE’s AWP was absolutely deadly on Mirage as well. 4glory won 10 rounds on the T side and kept their great performance in the second half as well. Andrej “Necrogenes1s” Mancheski tried his best to keep PORTUGAL alive in the game and together with Anel “NENO” Ceković, they achieved just that. After a successful comeback attempt, PORTUGAL closed out the map in their favor and we had the chance to watch Overpass again after a very long time. PORTUGAL won Overpass and became the first team to enter the 2-0 SWISS pool.

With the first half of the second SWISS round behind us, these are the current CS:GO standings:


This week in A1AL: SIGN UP for the League of Legends qualifier!

CS:GO enters Round 2, Brawl Stars and FIFA are close to ending the qualifying phase, and League of Legends is finally ready. SIGN UP and become the new LoL champions.

Brawl Stars

With two qualifiers left until the beginning of the group stage, Salada de Frutas have a firm lead over the competition. Three wins in a row secured them 300 points and a spot on the very top of the leaderboard. Next to them are Winx Club with 170, while Omert4 are placed third with 150 points next to their name. Teams like BalkanTalents and Pop Off are a part of the top 8 leaderboard with 70 points, which means that every team still has a chance to qualify for the league. All you need are two good performances in the upcoming qualifiers.

Click HERE to sign up for the upcoming qualifier, or HERE to read everything you need to know about this season of Brawl Stars. You can also check the current Brawl Stars standings.


The last FIFA qualifier of this season and this year is ahead of us. Tarik “amke2001” Novo has been brilliant during the entire qualifying process and is now leading the table with 270 points. The rest of the players are behind by at least 90 points. Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac (180) and Harun “Hara” Parla (160) are behind amke2001, with Esad “esad1memic” Memić closing in behind them with his 140 points. The eighth place is occupied by Petar “DrPecho” Šušnjar. One more qualifier means one more chance for everyone in the region.

Here is what Hara had to say about his experience in the league so far:

“I am really satisfied by the tournament so far, a lot of players are signing up to play and there are also a lot of players that can be tough to play against. It wasn’t easy to qualify in the top 8, but with my will and persistence, I achieved the result that I wanted to achieve since the first qualifier. Everything is on the table in the next round as we are transferring to a new game and getting used to the new meta will influence the results. My humble opinion is that I will manage to enter the top 4 stage.”

Click HERE to sign up for the upcoming qualifier, or HERE to read everything you need to know about this season of FIFA. You can also check the current FIFA standings.

League of Legends

The wait is OVER! We are excited to announce the first of four League of Legends qualifiers for A1 Adria League S8. Saturday (25.09.2021) will be the day when we will watch teams from all over the region battle it out for the first two spots in the League. The main difference from Season 7 is that we have swapped the national qualifier with regional ones and will advance to the playoffs right after the conclusion of the four qualifiers. During the qualifiers, the teams will play a single-elimination BO1 bracket except for the deciding matches that will be played in a BO3 format.

Click HERE to sign up for the upcoming qualifier, or HERE to read everything you need to know about this season of League of Legends.


On Sunday, the first SWISS round for this season came to an end. PORTUGAL and BLUEJAYS secured victories against their opponents and joined iNation and 4glory in the winners’ half of the bracket. On the other side, Marten Gaming and JESTE along with Young Glorians and SKUAK. These latter four teams will be looking to improve their Round 1 results in the second round, and this Sunday, we will watch the following two matchups:

26.09.2021 – SWISS Round 2-1

Marten Gaming vs.  Young Glorians
rs 4glory vs. PORTUGAL

iNation and 4glory triumph in the first CS:GO playday!

In the SWISS stage debut for this season, iNation outplayed SKUAK, while 4glory defeated the second squad of their organization, Young Glorians.

Seeing as CS:GO ended its qualifying phase first, it was only natural for Valve’s FPS to enter the SWISS stage before our other titles. A long season is ahead of us. Every match in the SWISS stage will be played as a BO3 and only the very best will advance to the playoffs. Today, two of the four Round 1 matches were played out. iNation made their debut in the League in the first match of the eighth season. Their opponents were SKUAK, the only Albanian squad currently competing in the A1 Adria League. We watched two close maps and in the end, the Serbian powerhouse came out as the winners of this duel. Both Ancient and Dust2 ended after more than 25 rounds, and iNation deservedly earned their first point of the season.

4glory and Young Glorians started off on Nuke. While everyone expected 4glory to have an easy time against their juniors, Young Glorians had an amazing showing on the map. The match went to overtime, but in the end, 4glory’s experience reigned supreme and Miloš “dEE” Marčeta and his team closed off the first map with a victory. Inferno’s first half, however, was a whole other story. 4glory absolutely dominated their opponents in the first round, but later on, Young Glorians took the lead. Once again, the entire map was a nail-biter, once again, we reached overtime, and once again, 4glory defeated Young Glorians.



We present to you the two invited CS:GO teams!

Before the start of the second qualifier, it is time to reveal the two invited sides for the eighth A1 Adria League season – 4glory and PORTUGAL.

Last weekend, three teams secured their spots in the upcoming SWISS phase of this season. The former Anlaki players, which have now taken on the legendary name iNation by signing contracts with the organization, managed to be the first team to qualify for the league. Marten Gaming and JESTE followed, and along with the invited teams, we already have five squads in the A1 Adria League.


4glory finished the seventh season in fourth place, behind Good Game, PORTUGAL, and ONYX. Since then, they have continuously improved and achieved good results, including a first-place finish in the Esport Adria Championship Season 5. Now, Miloš “dEE” Marčeta and his team will try to improve their result from the previous season and take the title in the A1 Adria League. As ONYX now have their focus on the international scene, we decided that 4glory would be the ideal candidates for one of our invites. 4glory will feature the following lineup in the A1 Adria League:

Rs Luka “c0llins” Živanović
Rs Vladan “Kind0” Mandić
Rs Miloš “dEE” Marčeta
 Nemanja “sarenii” Šarenac
Rs Filip “aVN” Belojica


The Macedonian-majority mix team that seemingly appeared out of nowhere during the last season managed to reach the grand finals of the League. Andrej “Necrogenes1s” Mancheski and the rest of the team won the Macedonian derby against their rivals, Good Game (now AIRLYA), and advanced to the finals where they met ONYX. While ONYX dominated their opponents on Dust2 with a 16-2 win, PORTUGAL took Train to overtime but that simply wasn’t enough. PORTUGAL will field the following team last season:

Blaže “HEv1X” Hristov
Andrej “Necrogenes1s” Mancheski
Zoran “xicoz” Markovski
Anel “NENO” Ceković
Alexander “br0” Bro

The last CS:GO qualifier will be played out this weekend. SIGN UP and join 4glory, PORTUGAL and the remaining teams in the eighth season of A1 Adria League.

Anlaki, Marten Gaming, and JESTE qualify for the A1 Adria League!

After our first open qualifier concluded yesterday, today, eight teams fought for three spots in the CS:GO A1 Adria League.

An interesting mix of upcoming and experienced teams signed up for the first of two open qualifiers we are hosting for this season. The best eight teams were supposed to go to the closed qualifier and that’s why the most important matches were those in the Round of 16. VeryBadPlayers were actually very good players as they managed to outplay Dimitar “raniiiN” Avramovski and Donda. Next up, a regional team consisting of players such as Krunoslav “Salted” Katalinić and one of Season 7’s winners, Petar “HOLMES” Dimitrijević, defeated 200DINPEEK and secured the closed qualifiers.

Anlaki are one of the squads that have improved the most during the summer. Today, they kept up with their great recent performances and become one of the eight qualified teams, together with stich and Aimabazi who did so over TENACITYgg. The other half of the matches had some interesting results. Nemanja “nEMANHA” Đukić and 1tap upset Young Glorians, while Aleksandar “HLEB” Todorović’s JESTE was better than NoTalents. Last but not least, Marten Gaming and Immortal Balkans bested 4glory Youngest and KS Geto, respectively.

CS:GO Open Qualifier #1

Today, starting at 12 o’clock, Anlaki and seven other teams met in a single-elimination bracket to decide the three sides that could join the invited teams in the eighth season. Despite their good result in the open qualifier, 1tap were powerless against Anlaki. The same can be said for Aimabazi who lost to JESTE in their quarterfinal match. Marten Gaming outplayed Immortal Balkans, and for the last match of this stage, CKUKO played better than VeryBadPLayers and concluded the quarterfinals.

Next up were the two semis. As the match between CKUKO and VeryBadPlayers lasted longer than the other three, the second semifinal started a bit later. In the meantime, Anlaki and JESTE faced off in their duel to decide the first qualified team. In the end, that team was Anlaki, while JESTE were relegated to the third-place decider. Marten Gaming came out as the winners of the second semifinal at the expense of CKUKO. The third League spot went to JESTE since they convincingly won the third-place decider.

The next and also last CS:GO qualifier will be played on Saturday. So hurry up, assemble your team and SIGN UP.

Anlaki, Marten, JESTE

GOOD IS NOT ENOUGH; beat the best in the 8th season of A1 Adria League!

The summer break is slowly coming to an end which means that it is time to announce the new season of the A1 Adria League. Players from all over the region have had plenty of time to improve their skills, work on teamplay, fix their previous mistakes, and prepare for the beginning of Season 8. The game roster remains the same – CS:GO, League of Legends, Brawl Stars, and FIFA will be available to the regional esport athletes in the following months, whether to participate in the league or just follow the action. A1 Adria League is slowly becoming a pillar of the regional Brawl Stars scene, while FIFA is bigger than ever. CS:GO keeps impressing us time and time again and will be featured for the eighth time this season, while League of Legends’ re-introduction to the A1 Adria League made us remember older memories and eagerly expect the upcoming two seasons.

Dimitrije “DiMKE” Veljković has become the undisputed regional CS:GO champion for the fourth time in a row. Split Raiders were on another level and dominated the competition in League of Legends. Tarik “amke2001” Novo was crowned the back-to-back FIFA champion, and last, but most certainly not least, one of the Noble Elite teams, BLK, outplayed the Brawl Stars teams.

Brawl Stars

With small differences compared to the previous season, Brawl Stars is back once again. We keep stating how Brawl Stars is growing in the region day by day, and that has never been more true than right now. There are enormous amounts of teams playing and competing to reach the next competitive level. A1 Adria League is here to help the players in their journey, as seen recently with the Clash of Leagues where we sent two regional teams to the prestigious tournament.

Two more qualifiers will be added to the qualifying stage of the eighth season. With the total number now being six, teams will have more chances to earn points and qualify for the SWISS stage. Once again, we are featuring a BO5/BO3 SWISS stage which will guarantee that only the very best teams make it through to the double-elimination playoffs.

The 16 best teams of every cup will earn points which will be split in the following manner:

First place – 100 points
Second place – 70 points
Third and fourth place – 50 points
Fifth to eight place – 20 points
Ninth to sixteenth place – 10 points

You can play Brawl Stars and be a part of the A1 Adria League by signing up on the following LINK!

Brawl Stars Prize pool


Just like Season 5, this season’s FIFA league will take place during the usual transitional period for the franchise. Regional FIFA players will play a similar format as Supercell’s Brawl Stars. This has been an exciting year for the regional scene which has had plenty of tournaments so far, and we are sure that the players have prepared well for the eighth A1 Adria League season.

The five open qualifiers will boast a BO2 single elimination bracket with the semifinal and final matches being BO3. After the qualifiers come to an end, the SWISS league participants will transition to FIFA22. The new FIFA22 will be the home of the A1 Adria League during the SWISS stage (BO3) and the playoffs of the league (double-elimination BO3).

Depending on their results, the top 16 players will receive points after every qualifier comes to an end:

First place – 100 points
Second place – 70 points
Third place – 50 points
Fourth place – 40 points
Fifth to eight place – 20 points
Ninth to sixteenth place – 10 points

You can play FIFA and be a part of the A1 Adria League by signing up on the following LINK!

FIFA Prize pool

Who will become the first FIFA22 A1 Adria League champion?


CS:GO is back yet again! The domination of Dimitrije “DiMKE” Veljković’s teams continued into 2021 and culminated with their victory in the seventh season. But after the season came to an end, a number of teams, most notably 4glory, Marten Gaming, AIRLYA (ex-Good Game), and anlaki have been playing and winning on the regional scene. An interesting season is certainly before us and the time to sign up and be a part of it is NOW!

Besides the two invited teams, six squads will participate in the eight CS:GO season of the A1 Adria League. The top eight teams of the open qualifier will play in the closed qualifier which will give out three spots in the League. The same format will repeat once again, for the second pair of qualifiers. Six qualified and two invited teams will then play a BO3 SWISS stage and fight for four spots in the single-elimination BO3 playoffs.

You can play CS:GO and be a part of the A1 Adria League by signing up on the following LINK!

CS:GO Prize pool

With four in a row, can DiMKE & co. make it five or will a new team step up to the challenge?

League of Legends

Probably the biggest format change in the new season will happen in League of Legend’s format. Instead of the Season 7 format which featured national qualifiers and playoffs before reaching the regional playoff stage, this season we will have a simpler format. Regional League of Legends teams will play a total of four qualifiers during which will start a bit later than the other qualifiers.

Two teams from every qualifier will advance directly to the regional playoffs. Here, a double-elimination BO3 bracket will reveal the two teams that will clash in the grand BO5 final of the League. Split Raiders won the comeback season last time, and now is your time to take their title away! Sign up and become the new A1 Adria League LoL champion.

You can play League of Legends and be a part of the A1 Adria League by signing up on the following LINK!

LOL Prize pool

While you are waiting for the beginning of the new season, you can spend your time watching Clash of Leagues – an international Brawl Stars tournament that has gone into its final stage with one team from A1 Adria League, Noble Elite. As always, you can follow the Clash of Leagues action on all our channels (YouTubeTwitchTrovoFacebook), and those are the same channels that you will be featured on if you decide to become a part of the A1 Adria League. Good luck, and see you in the online arenas!

The seventh A1 Adria League season wraps up!

The end of the final CS:GO playday marked the end of yet another A1 Adria League season as well as the second Reboot Online Games Week.

Reboot Online Games Week once again offered over 150 hours of gaming-related content to fans all around the region. From My Story and Panel to the live streams and the A1 Adria League finals, we couldn’t really ask for more during the last week. Wednesday was dedicated to the Brawl Stars teams, FIFA’s players entered the stadiums on Thursday and Friday, and League of Legends completed its comeback on Saturday. Sunday was the climax of a two-month-long CS:GO journey, as well as the end of this, seventh, iteration of the League.

Brawl Stars

Our Brawlers clashed on Wednesday. Noble Elite BLK and Point Gaming (ex-Lil Surprise) entered the arena first as the first semifinal match started. BLK’s victory sent Point Gaming to the lower bracket and they were later joined by Mayoi, who couldn’t defeat Noble Elite Red. The elimination match saw Mayoi lose to the aforementioned opponents, while the upper-bracket finals ended with a Noble Elite BLK win. The losers of this match, Red, bounced back against Point Gaming and returned to the finals, only to be defeated once again by the organization’s BLK team.

The top four Brawl Stars teams:

1. rs Noble Elite BLK – 900€
2. hr Noble Elite Red – 600€
3. hr Point Gaming – 300€
4. rs Mayoi – 200€


Unlike the other three titles, FIFA’s finals were played out in the span of two days. During Thursday and Friday, we watched the four remaining players battle it out until the very end. Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac, Tarik “amke2001” Novo, Filip “FIFAFICO” Babić and Esad “NKOS_esad1memic” Memić played took part in the playoffs which featured a double-elimination bracket. In the end, amke2001 succeeded in defending his title and becoming the back-to-back regional FIFA champion.

The top four FIFA players:

1. amke2001 – 750€
2. rs brstimir – 500€
3. NKOS_esad1memic – 300€
4. hr FIFAFICO – 200€

League of Legends

They did it! Split Raiders were once again merciless and finished the League of Legends grand finals without losing a map (3-0). Before that match took place though, Harmony and Fiko Izdaja went at it in the lower bracket finals. There, Harmony outplayed their opponents and secured a rematch against Split Raiders. As mentioned above, Split Raiders dominated the final match and won the main prize of 1.600€!

The top four League of Legends teams:

1. hr Split Raiders – 1.600€
2. Harmony – 1.200€
3. hr Fiko Izdaja – 800€
4. rs Placeholder – 400€


One more CS:GO season is behind us! It seems that it has become a tradition to host an amazing season and in the end, crown the ONYX core as the returning champions. With yesterday’s triumph, Dimitrije “DiMKE” Veljković and Aleksa “Impulse” Stankić have been the A1 Adria League champions four times. Aleksa did it in seasons 2, 5, 6, and 7, while DiMKE did it in four consecutive seasons, starting from season 4. The runners-up for the season are PORTUGAL, Good Game came in third, and 4glory are fourth

The top four CS:GO teams:

1. rs ONYX – 2.000€
2. PORTUGAL – 1.500€
3. Good Game – 1.000€
4. rs 4glory – 500€


Good Game and PORTUGAL join ONYX in the playoffs!

After a technical win and one great victory by PORTUGAL, we now know two more teams that will play the CS:GO playoffs besides the current champions, ONYX.

Good Game and Midnight were supposed to play a BO3 on Mirage, Vertigo, and Dust2, respectively. While Good Game certainly had the role of favorites, their victory came because of a different reason. Namely, Ivan “R1teks” Tokai had electricity problems and wasn’t able to continue playing after the first three rounds of Mirage were played out. His team couldn’t find a suitable substitute on time so the victory went the way of Good Game.

4glory and PORTUGAL played two intense maps that saw the latter outplay the Serbian squad and qualify for this season’s playoffs stage. The first map, Dust 2, went to overtime since the teams finished the regular part of the match 15-15. In the only overtime played, PORTUGAL managed to win the four required rounds and consecutively, the whole map. Next up was Nuke, which once again was played until the very end, but this time, PORTUGAL squeezed past some important rounds and won the map 16-14.

Watch this CS: GO playday below:

Check out the current CS:GO standings HERE!