Favorites justified the role in both FIFA23 and CS:GO!

The first round of the group stage in the A1 Adria League was played throughout the past week. In the first round of the SWISS group stage, we saw favorites coming on strong and securing themselves the first victories, and with each win, they get closer to securing playoffs, and a spot in the top 4.

Bosnian FIFA23 players dominant

We witnessed some exciting matchups in the first round of the FIFA23 group stage. From the qualifiers, we got the best eight in this competition, of which four are Croatian players and four come from Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the first round out of four, as many as three Bosnian players defeated their opponents.

The most interesting match was the last one of the day, a Bosnian duel between two very familiar names in the A1 Adria League and the region. Esad1memic got maybe the hardest opponent in this first round, battling against none other than Tarik Novo, the four-time A1AL FIFA champion. Even though Esad put up a fight, Tarik Novo seems to have in his mind the fifth title, and he is off to a good start. He defeated his opponents with a 2:1 score.

In the other matches, Hara defeated CLA_marac90 with another 2:1 score, as well as Jasik who with the same score was better than CLA_TH3Prod1gy. The easiest win was achieved by CLA_Fico who defeated Dani without losing a game (2:0).

The second round of FIFA will be played on May 12th.

Here is who got the first win in CS:GO

The teams who were successful in the first round of the CS:GO group stage were favorites. They did what everyone expected from them and defeated their opponents. Zero Tenacity, Portugal, Jake Bube, and JESTE got their first wins and are in a great spot before the second round of groups.

In the first match, team-one was battling Jake Bube on Mirage, and the match was intense. In the end, it was Jake Bube who came out victorious with a 16:13 score, where the best player was DiMKE with 27 frags. The most dominant victory, looking at the score, went into the hands of team Portugal. DEPRESHN and Maki got a 16:9 win over team Opusti se on Inferno. The fact that all five players of Portugal had better stats than their opponents says how dominant they were.

The other two matches both got the same result of 16:10. Zero Tenacity bested Confuse and JESTE defeated Infernus Esports. The best players in Z10 were nEMANHA, simke, and brutmonster, while the top fragger in JESTE’s win was HLEB with 26 kills.

The second round of the CS:GO group stage in the A1 Adria League is scheduled for May 14th.

R6 teams Bob the Builder and DamjanBotFrag join the league!

The third Rainbow Six Siege qualifier brought us two more teams in the group stage of the 11th season of the A1 Adria League. So far, four teams secured the spot in the group stage, NORM TIPS, 5 Big Guys, Homies in Paris, and EU45th Gremlins. The ones that joined them on April 15th are Bob the Builder and DamjanBotFrag.

Only one qualifier and two spots left

The third Rainbow Six Siege qualifier had, like the previous one, slightly fewer teams than the first one. In the third, we saw only five registered teams, who wanted to compete for the spot in the regional league.

Due to the generation of the bracket, the teams BobTheBuilder, ImalTanje, and DamjanBotFrag immediately got a pass to the decider matches, while bottomG Esports and HelmofAwe were supposed to play their best-of-one match on the ClubHouse map, where BottomG easily defeated their opponents with a score of 7:1.

The first decider match took place on the stream between teams Bob The Builder and bottomG Esports. The first map was again ClubHouse where bottomG hoped to repeat the result of the previous match, but Bob the Builder gave them a nasty surprise with a score of 7:2. On the second map, Bob The Builder went to Chalet for another win, this time with a 7:1 score that secured their entry into the regional league. Turkish-Hungarian duo Swisswga and broky collected 39 frags together in 17 rounds played.

The second match was supposed to take place between the ImalTanje and DamjanBotFrag teams, but the ImalTanje team did not gather and DamjanBotFrag will join the league without firing a single shot. We remember this team under the name “NotReady” from the first qualifier where the bottomG esports team kicked them out.

The fourth and last qualifier for Rainbow Six Siege in A1AL will be played next week, April 22nd. This is the last chance to enter the league, so don’t miss it and sign up for the qualifier HERE!

Trackmania is in the A1 Adria League for the first time!

The third mini-tournament in the 11th season of the A1 Adria League is here! So far we crowned the champions in Riot’s games, both League of Legends and VALORANT. What’s on the schedule next is a brand new A1 Adria League game. The third reveal is Trackmania, a racing endeavor, where the racers will drive their way to the prize pool of 500€.

Ready your engines and get into the race!

Finally, Trackmania is a part of the regional A1 Adria League, and the date of the final tournament is getting closer. The tournament will use the latest available version of Trackmania published by Ubisoft Nadeo. It’s mandatory to have a paid version of the game (Standard or Club). The best racers will have a chance to show the region their skill, become the best, and get their share of the prize pool worth 500€. The first place will get 300, the runner-up 150, while the third-placed racer will take home 50 euros.

1. SPRING 2023 – 21
2. WINTER 2023 – 17
3. WINTER 2023 – 21
4. SUMMER 2022 – 21
5. SPRING 2021 – 22

Eligible players (standard or club access) can find the A1 Adria League server in the LIVE server list (server name is “A1 Adria League” and password is “FUGWT7”). Setting a time on any track at any time makes the player a part of the competition. In the qualifier, which is held from the 15th of April to the 19th of April, players will be able to compete in a time attack mode on the A1AL campaign consisting of 5 official NADEO tracks. The top 8 Players with the best results on the 19th of April at 18:00h will be qualified for the finals that will happen the next day – 20th of April at 19:00h.

The top 8 players from qualifiers will be randomly separated into 2 groups of 4 players. Both groups will be competing in a CUP MODE format on the same tracks from the qualifiers. The top 2 from each group will be advancing to the finals. The top 4 players will be competing in a CUP mode for the prize money and a first-ever regional champion title.


Zero Tenacity and Infernus were successful in the first CS:GO qualifier!

The main game in the 11th season of the A1 Adria League and the tournament with a giant prize pool has started. On Sunday, April 9th more than 40 teams participated and competed for their spot in the group stage of the CS:GO competition. In the first qualifier, the winners were Zero Tenacity, last season’s champions, and Infernus NXT. They secured their spot in the next stage and are now awaiting their opponents.

Zero Tenacity on their way to defend the title

In the middle of November last year we crowned the CS:GO champions for the jubilee 10th season of the A1 Adria League, Zero Tenacity. And yet, they are already slowly making their way into the competition, for a chance at another title. Out of 42 teams, Zero Tenacity, alongside Infernus, was the best team in the qualifier. They swiped their opponents through the bracket and made their way to the decider best-of-three series where they took down Klan Rur. Nemanha and his team achieved wins on Anubis and Overpass. On Anubis their victory was as dominating as it can be, winning this map with only 2 lost rounds (16:2). On Overpass they were a force to be reckoned with as well, but the enemy got slightly more rounds in their pocket. That second map ended with a 16:6 score.

On the other side of the bracket, the best team was Infernus NXT. The team led by NEBO in the decider bo3 match defeated DopaminersGG. The first map was Inferno and it was a really close one, as we saw the match go into overtime, but in the end, Infernus was successful on Inferno with a 28:26 score. The next game was a lot easier and there Infernus won with a 16:5 on Anubis.

There are eight spots overall in the group stage, and two are already filled. More chances are offered in the three remained qualifiers. The second qualifier for CS:GO is scheduled for next week, April 16th. You can sign up for it HERE!

Harmony finally wins the trophy in the A1 Adria League!

On Thursday, April 6th, the first mini-tournament in the 11th season of the A1 Adria League was played. Through this one day, we have seen more than 20 teams compete for the top prize and a trophy in League of Legends. The battle was fierce and we saw some great and exciting games. In the end, the team who climbed all the way to the top and became the champion was Harmony.

Harmony dominated the tournament

After many brilliant performances from Harmony in A1 Adria League, the prize for this team has finally arrived. Harmony is a well-known name in A1AL, and we have seen them compete in the previous two seasons as well. The title was always near, but Harmony couldn’t get it. Twice they reached the grand finals, and twice they were on the verge of winning the whole thing. This year it finally happened, and it was deservedly.

Needless to say, the North Macedonian team was a force to be reckoned with in this tournament. Their first two matches didn’t even last 30 minutes, and their opponents kept surrendering even before losing an inhibitor! Up until the finals Harmony was stomping their opponents in the Bo1 match. In the grand finals, they took on team Elitni Odredi, but they weren’t a problem either, as Harmony became a champion with a 2:0 score.

As a winner Harmony received a 600€ prize, while the runner-up took home 300€. We also had a battle for third place and a 100€ prize between Panda Claus’ Party and SPIRITUAL ZERO – REFORMED, where the latter got the win.

The first mini-tournament is successfully over, but there is no reason to fret, as we have more of these coming soon. The next up is the VALORANT tournament, which will be played next week, April 13th. For Riot’s FPS game, you can sign up HERE!