This season “My Story” are telling Sacre, dEE and FlegMOAR!

A1 Adria League season finale is just around the corner and Reboot Online Games Week or ROGW. In Osijek, fans will enjoy five days of streams, fun content, watch CS:GO, Brawl Stars, and FIFA22 finals, and much more.

My Story segment at ROGW

As it was last year, Reboot Online Games Week will have a “Moja priča” segment once again. But instead of two of these segments, we will have three guests this season sharing their stories.

The first one who will be able to tell their story at ROGW is a well-known LoL player, as well as internationally and regionally. Namely, the current top laner for a german team GamerLegion Toni “Sacre” Sabalić is the first guest in our Moja priča segment. Of course, Sacre is known in the region, especially in A1 Adria League, seeing that he won the LoL competition in the first season of A1AL with KlikTech. He will tell his story on the first day, i.e. Wednesday which is the 15th of June, at 14 o’clock.

The day after that the Freelance DevOps and CEO of Esport Adria Leonardo “FlegMOAR” Bujas will also reveal his side of the story. What he has to say in the “Moja priča” segment you will have to find out on June the 16th at 14 o’clock.

Last but not least, on June 19th popular CS:GO player in the region and further, Miloš “dEE” Marčeta will also be a part of the said segment and share his experience with the fans. dEE played for almost every well-known and top-tier regional team such as ex-BLUEJAYS, Level Up esports, 4glory and more. The most memorable moment in the A1AL final happened when he and his team ex-BLUEJAYS defeat the Albanian squad Blink, as we all remember.

My Story segment at ROGW

Without a doubt this ROGW will bring much interesting content so make sure to follow our social media for more information and stay tuned as more details about the final week of the ninth season of A1 Adria League will be revealed soon!

The ninth A1AL season finale and ROGW are closer than ever!

As the group stages of the three main games in the ninth A1 Adria League season are coming to an end, we are slowly preparing for a grand finale. Brawl Stars, FIFA22, and CS:GO are yet to receive their champions, and that will be announced during the Reboot Online Games Week, as it was the last season.

A1 Adria League S9 finals

As it was last season the playoff stages in our games will be a part of Reboot Online Games Week that will be held in Osijek from 15th to 19th of June. Again we have prepared a lot of fun for the fans during the last week of A1 Adria League matches. From interesting streams and IGRAJ segments to many panel discussions, more information about this will be revealed soon.

Throughout the past weeks, we have seen many teams and players compete to reach this final goal of the competition. The difference between the last season and this is that the finals in the ninth A1AL season will have three, instead of four games. As it was mentioned earlier, LoL was one of the rotating games in this season’s new format, so only Brawl Stars, FIFA22, and CS:GO will have their time in the spotlight at ROGW.

Salada de Frutas has once again dominated the Brawl Stars regional scene. They have shown dominance and will to once again win the title in A1 Adria League. Their enemies will be Big F and Jazavci. While these two teams showed great performance, Salada once again enters the playoff stage and finals as a huge favorite. There is still one more spot left, and we are yet to see who will take it.

In FIFA22 this season we have many familiar names. Novo, esad1memic, and Brstimir are yet again fighting in the top 4, and they will be joined by Mrky, who was the first to secure this spot. It’s hard to say who will come on top as we have already seen tremendous talent from these players.

Last, but not least CS:GO playoffs are going to be a blast. As it was expected, the Macedonian squad BLUEJAYS without any trouble were the first to secure the top 4 in this game. They had a 3:0 score in the league, and are the biggest favorites for winning the title. Blink and Oto100 will make an appearance in the playoffs, as well as Zero Tenacity who eliminated one of the favorites team 4glory.

A1 Adria League S9 finals

All the finals will be played as a part of the Reboot Online Games Week in Osijek, and it won’t be long until we have our champions of the ninth season in the A1 Adria League. Follow our social media as more information will be revealed soon!

Sign up for the first PUBG qualifier ever in A1 Adria League!

The popular battle royale, which has won two awards for Best Multiplayer Game the year of its release, is coming to A1 Adria League. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or simply PUBG is making its debut in the ninth season of A1AL. This is the first time we are hosting this battle royale game, and the qualifier for it is coming very soon.

PUBG debut in A1 Adria League

This team game is here for the first time, and you don’t want to miss the chance to become the best PUBG team in the region. PUBG will have the same format as the previous games such as VALORANT, League of Legends, and others that we had this season. This means fans and players and teams involved will be able to enjoy two weekends of playing and watching. One weekend, namely May 21th, will be reserved for the one and only qualifier, while the week after that we will see the best 16 teams compete for the prize in the playoff phase of the competition. PUBG has a prize pool of 1000€, and the best two teams will receive the money.


What you need to know about signing up is that instead of FACEIT, the qualifier will be held on Steam. There will be two lobbies created, each containing 16 teams, or 64 players. The best 16 teams will advance to the playoffs where they will battle for the title of the best and the championship. You can already sign up for the qualifiers in which we’ll see two lobbies of 16 teams competing for a spot in the playoffs. Each lobby will play five maps with the top 8 from each lobby advancing to the playoffs. In the playoffs, there will be only one lobby. Five maps will decide who will take home the title of best PUBG team in the region and A1 Adria League.

You can sign up already by clicking on the link below and filling out the form.

  • A1 Adria League Season 9 – PUBG – Open Qualifier


XTEAM upset 4glory; Great start for BLUEJAYS!

The first matches of the CS:GO group stage in the A1 Adria League are over. We have seen the best eight teams take on each other. Even though it’s still the first round, every win counts, and it is better to get those leads early in the stages, seeing the competition is fierce this year. BLUEJAYS were one of the teams that showed their dominance right at the start of the competition.

Different starts for 4glory and BLUEJAYS

The first matches of the group stage were really intense, and after just one playday we have seen some surprises. All matches were Bo1 today so there was no place for mistakes that could easily be punished.

The first match of the day between the invited team BLUEJAYS and the qualified ghoulsW was played off-stream. Both teams had a chance to show their skill on Inferno, but as was expected the Macedonian squad came out victorious. It was a clear stomp for BLUEJAYS who ended up the match with a 16:2 score for which they needed only 25 minutes. BJ means business and they showed it already in the first match of the group stage. This squad is a familiar name in the region and A1AL. They have been playing in the league for many seasons now and are at the moment number 47 on the HLTV ranking of best CS:GO teams.

The second match went into the hands of Zero Tenacity who managed to defeat Strive in chaos, now Monad eSport. The map was once again Inferno and Z10 bested their opponents with a 16:9 score. Monad signed the defeated roster of this matchup and they are now playing under their name. Great things are expected from this team, and they will have more chances to show that.

The biggest surprise of the day happened in the match between the second invited team of the season 4glory, and the qualified XTEAM. The Serbian squad as the first seed took on XTEAM which was an eighth-seeded team. It was XTEAM who managed to defeat 4glory, and it was an easy win for them. Even though the score on Vertigo was 16:11 the skill they showed deserved an even better score. As the match was coming to an end 4glory woke up, but it still wasn’t enough.

The last match saw the favorite come on top. It was Blink who defeated Oto100 with a 16:7 score on Mirage. Blink was one of the first teams that secured their spot in the group stage of the ninth season, and they are showing it.

The next matches will be played on May 11th, and seeing how today went, from here on out we can only expect even fiercer battles.

CS:GO group stage round 1 standings


Best Clash Royale teams made it to the playoffs!

The one and only qualifier for one of the most popular mobile games Clash Royale is over after a long day and some tough battles. Clash Royale is making its return to the A1 Adria League after a break of two seasons.

Team Snipe and Bomboñera came on top

This Saturday we have seen some great fights over the eight spots in the playoffs. It was as intense as ever and the best eight teams successfully secured their place in the next stage. Next week they will have a chance to fight for the 1000€ prize pool.

The qualifier was held in a SWISS format, so eventually, the teams that managed to gather the most points went further in the competition. We have seen some familiar names such as ConeKorleone who was the champion of Clash Royale in season 4 of A1 Adria League. This time seeing he and his team didn’t have a good time, they finished the tournament at the bottom, due to the early ragequit, after just two rounds.

We have also seen one team not follow the rules of our tournament. Namely, TeamPirates had a player from Portugal which means he couldn’t participate, seeing A1 Adria League is only eligible for players and teams from the Balkan region.

Regarding the teams who came on top, it was Team Snipe and Bomboñera who alongside Vazduhoplovci, Lava Gods, and Black Riders scored an overall of 18 points and secured their place in the playoffs. CRO-PRO and Elite Skills also made it to the next stage with three points less or 15 points. The last team that came through as eighth got an automatic win in the tiebreaker over their opponents who didn’t show up. It was team LEGEND that came in clutch.

Next week, on May 14th, we will see who will become the champion and take away the prize. Good luck to all qualified teams!

First VALORANT championship in A1AL goes to Balkan Stars!

The first VALORANT tournament in our A1 Adria League is successfully finished. We have enjoyed two weekends of Riot’s FPS, and seen some great teams compete for the title. In the end, it was the regional favorites who won it all. Balkan Stars are the first A1AL VALORANT champions.

Balkan Stars dominated the playoffs

We have seen a lot of great matches today. Seeing that all of them were Bo3, the fights were intense. Minima took down in the first round a familiar name in the region. Zero Tenacity fell down to them after all three maps. On the other side of the bracket, it was Diamant Esports who was dominant. They went on to secure the finals without a loss.

In the first semifinals, we have seen Diamant Esports defeat SHEEESHSQUAD with a clean 2:0 victory. They were dominating their opponents in both games. As expected they showed great skill and deserved to be the first to secure today’s spot in the finals. The other semifinal was an intense one. Even though Balkan Stars won with 2:0 the fight was closer than it looked. Both matches ended up with a 13:11 score. Minima didn’t give up at any point in the game but in the end, they failed to make it to the finals. They were really good in the second game of the semifinals and had a lead over their opponents, but Balkan Stars after changing sides managed to come back and secure the finals.

Balkan Stars gave it all against their opponents Diamant Esports in the grand final. They took the first game on Fracture and showed some amazing gameplay. The second match was a really intense one. Balkan Stars started well on Breeze, but somewhere in the middle of the match, Diamant managed to even out the score to 8:8. After that Balkan Stars picked up their game and went on to win the remaining 5 rounds, ending the second match with a 13:8 score.

Balkan Stars win the first VALORANT championship in A1 Adria League with a 2:0 victory and take home the 700€ prize. Congratulations!

Bakistuta: I expect 4glory and BLUEJAYS in the finals

The group stage in CS:GO of A1 Adria League is just around the corner. We will be able to enjoy the best eight teams in the region competing for the title and the prize. But before the start of the league, we talked with a CS:GO caster Bakistuta about his expectations of the upcoming CS:GO competition, new season, qualified teams, and many others.

The qualifiers of A1AL S9 are completed. Which teams that qualified for the league were the biggest surprise?

I didn’t see many surprises in the qualifiers, we have seen all of these teams many times in recent years, but if I have to single out one team it would be ghoulsW with one of my favorite players desire and FURIA. They had many obstacles in the qualifiers, and after their victory over ELITE they completely deserved the spot in the league. I would also like to mention another surprise, this time negative because I don’t see Marten Rising between the qualified teams. I know they have the quality to be alongside the best teams, and when a team has Muffy and Ruda, I only have the highest expectations.

What is your opinion on the power ratio between the two invited teams BLUEJAYS and 4glory and the qualified ones?

The fact that these two teams are the invited ones speaks for itself about their form and reputation. We have great teams who managed to qualify, but my head and my heart tell me that BLUEJAYS and 4glory are one step above the others. 4glory at the moment has one of the best Serbian rosters ever, and when your manager is Dejan “BAX” Atanackovic only the sky is the limit. I don’t want to waste many words on the Macedonian squad BLUEJAYS, their results speak for themselves. Great guys, fantastic skill. Aside from this league, I predict them even bigger success than what they have achieved so far.

What do you think about who will we see in the finals this year?

If the bracket allows it, I expect 4glory and BLUEJAYS in the finals. Both teams strive to become the champions, so anything less than a final for them would be a serious fiasco.

This season we are witnessing a lot of great individuals, who would you single out as ones that are worth paying attention to?

Everyone from 4glory and BLUEJAYS fit this category, it’s pointless naming them all. Besides them, there are old school players like Neno, pure class, to the young talents such as Depreshn and Katalic. I have to admit I recently have been watching a lot of Maki from Strive in chaos. When you take down a team like Fnatic, that speaks a lot about your game. And another man I have to mention, who isn’t a player but the coach, heart, and brain of the team Zero Tenacity, Untouched. Under his leadership, experience, and directive you can win against everyone.

How strong is this season’s competition compared to the previous one?

Every year the stage is improving more and more, new players are showing up, and blowing us away with their moves. Alongside the new players, the ones who have been there for years are becoming even more experienced and better throughout the practice and time. So every new season is better than the previous one.

Only the decider matches in the SWISS phase will be Bo3, unlike before when all the matches were in this format. Do you think that the change in format will have an impact on the final score?

I’m glad you asked this because often it happens that these kinds of changes go unnoticed. It’s a huge difference when you play Bo1 and Bo3 matches. Anyone who follows any kind of competitive game will agree that it’s much easier to upset and win against a favorite on one map rather than three. For sure this will bring a chance for us to see many surprises.

What are you looking forward to the most this season? 

I am looking forward to good broadcasts, many fantastic plays from our Balkanian maestros, and the enormous amount of quality content, as well as in CS:GO as in other games.

Clash Royale qualifiers are coming soon!

Clash Royale is making its great return in the ninth season of the A1 Adria League. It’s gonna have a different format than in the previous seasons, but nonetheless, the fun and the competition will be the same as always. Don’t miss your chance to show the region you can be the best!

Two weekends of fun

One of the most popular mobile games is coming back in our A1AL. As you know we have had Clash Royale in some of the previous seasons. In fact, it was one of the first games we hosted. Clash Royale made its appearance in season 2 of A1 Adria League, all the way to season 6. Last year was an exception, whereas League of Legends took its place. This year every regional Clash Royale player or team will have the chance to compete again.

Clash Royale in the ninth season of the League is coming in a different format than before. Just like League of Legends, and VALORANT, this popular mobile game will be played for two weekends only. One weekend is reserved for the qualifier and the next for the playoff stage when we will get the champion.

The matches in the qualifier will be best-of-one, and they will be held in the SWISS format. The best eight teams will go into the next stage, i.e. playoffs, where they will have the chance to fight for the title and the 1000€ prize pool. The group stage will be double elimination and the playoffs will be played in three sets overall. 1v1 duels will be in the best-of-three series, while 2v2s will be best-of-ones.

The Clash Royale qualifier will be held on May 7th, while the playoff is reserved for the week after that. You can sign up at the link below.

  • A1 Adria League Season 9 – Clash Royale – Qualifier

All the information and the rules about the game you can find HERE.

A1 Adria League group stage begins soon! Here’s who qualified

The time has finally come to officially start the ninth season of the A1 Adria League. Besides League of Legends which has already gotten its champion, our three standard games, Brawl Stars, FIFA22, and CS:GO, are yet to get their own. The qualifications for these three games are finally over, and we are bringing you a recap of all the qualified players and teams.

Zidari are dominating Brawl Stars

The beginning of the Brawl Stars qualifiers was a turbulent one. Everyone expected last year’s champions Zidari to dominate the draft. But as we have seen they only managed to secure 20 points in the first qualifier. It was Jazavci who came on top and secured first place.

It didn’t take long before Zidari picked up their game and climbed to the top. From the second qualifier, it was this team who managed to beat everyone else and reclaim their own first place. They won three consecutive qualifiers, and in the end as the first seed qualified for the group stage.

During all four qualifiers, we have also seen a great performance from teams such as Big F who went hand in the hand with Zidari the whole time. Jazavci, also made their way into the next stage of A1AL, as well as Dogs who were in the top four throughout the qualifiers. These are the eight Brawl Stars teams that entered the league.

Brawl Stars qualifiers final standings

The group stage for Brawl Stars begins on May 5th.

FIFA22 and the most dramatic qualifiers

Even before the qualifiers for FIFA22 started, everyone was watching our three-time champion Tarik “amke2001” Novo. But Novo didn’t manage to win a single qualifier this year. Although that didn’t stop him from qualifying for the group stage as the second seed.

Every qualifier went into the hands of a different person. The first time around it was Esad “esad1memic” Memic who came out victorious and earned the first 100 points. While in that same qualifier Novo lost in the first round. We have seen a couple of new players also worth mentioning such as Karlo “jero” Jerekin and Luka “Zizou” Simunac. While jero made it to the group stage, the winner of the second qualifier Zizou wasn’t that lucky.

The well-known name Milos “brstimir” Majdevac came in like a fury in the third qualifier and earned himself 100 points and a place in the top 8. Our three-time champion Novo at this point was on the verge of being eliminated, he had 80 points and was the eighth player, barely making the cut.

The last qualifier was extremely dramatic. Seeing the points were close, and anyone could eliminate anyone, the battle was fierce. Petar “DrPecho” Susnjar was the best player in the fourth qualifier. He managed to take down Novo and secure a place in the group stage as the first seed. These are the top 8 FIFA22 players who are entering the group stage of A1AL.

FIFA22 last qualifier standings

The group stage for FIFA22 begins on May 6th.

Regional CS:GO giants are here

Unlike FIFA and Brawl Stars, CS:GO had three qualifiers, where we got 2 teams from each, adding up to 6 teams overall. These 6 qualified teams are joined by the two invited, which are 4glory and BLUEJAYS.

First to make it to the group stage were BLINK and XTEAM who managed to take down some well-known regional names such as Zero Tenacity, Marten Rising, MONAD eSports, and so on. The next two slots went into the hand of Strive in chaos and bitboxks, now Oto100. While we yet again saw Z10, ghoulsW, Marten Rising and others compete. It took them three qualifiers but in the end, they made it. The third time was the charm for Zero Tenacity and ghoulsW who were the last to secure their spot in the group stage of A1 Adria League. They didn’t give up, and in the end, it was worth it.

With that, we have our top 8 CS:GO teams, which are:

  • Strive in chaos
  • Oto100
  • Zero Tenacity
  • ghoulsW
  • 4glory

The group stage for CS:GO begins on May 8th.

Zero Tenacity and ghoulsW made it to the group stage!

All the qualifiers for CS:GO are completed, and there are no more chances to secure the group stage in this season’s A1 Adria League. The third qualifier was a swift one, compared to the others. We have seen more than 20 teams fight for the remaining two spots in the league and the teams that came on top were Zero Tenacity and ghoulsW.

Z10 and ghoulsW secured the last two spots

After two qualifiers Zero Tenacity and ghoulsW failed to qualify for the group stage. It was clear that the battle will be fierce today seeing there was only one chance and two spots left. Both these teams were close in the previous qualifiers but there was always something missing. Today they have finally secured their spots and it was deserved. In the top side of the bracket, it was Zero Tenacity who dominated, not losing a single game today. This team came into today’s qualifier with a new signing, it was Katalic who helped the team enter the league.

GhoulsW did the same on the other side of the bracket. They managed to beat many great teams, and one of them was MONAD eSports which in the end didn’t make the cut. Another well-known team, that wasn’t good enough to qualify was Marten Rising. They were eliminated in the second round.

There were three CS:GO qualifiers overall, and one by one the eight spots in the group stage of A1AL got filled. First to secure this was BLINK and XTEAM who beat everyone in the first qualifier. The second qualifier went into the hands of Strive in chaos and bitboxks or Oto100. Including the two invited teams 4glory and BLUEJAYS and the winners from today, we have the top eight who will enter and compete in our A1 Adria League for the title and the prize, as well as the right to call themselves the best regional CS:GO team.

The SWISS group stage starts on May 8th. The best four teams from this stage will advance to the finals, while we will say goodbye to the other half.