Clash Royale is back! Sign up for this mini tournament today!

The time for another game reveal in the 12th A1 Adria League season has come. After League of Legends and PUBG, we are unveiling another mini-tournament, which will take place at the beginning of the following month. Namely, Clash Royale is going to be one of the games in our league. Every few seasons, Clash makes its appearance, and each time, the competition is fun and exciting to watch. This season won’t be any different. Prepare for it!

Sign up and battle the best Clashers in the region!

The league is starting soon, as our main games’ qualifiers are ending. On the other hand, some tournaments, such as League of Legends, already have their champions in this A1AL season. One mini-tournament has ended, and more are yet to come. One of these tournaments will be played in Clash Royale.

After making its appearance in the ninth A1 Adria League season, where the champions were Team Snipe, Clash Royale is returning today! The matchday is scheduled for October 5th, starting at 6 PM CET (18:00h), where we will see the best regional players compete against each other. Mark your calendars and sign up for it HERE!

This season, the prize pool is 150 euros, where the winner will take home the total amount. Therefore, there will be no time for mistakes, as only one will go home victorious, and only one team can be crowned the best.

Stay on our social media accounts for more news about the upcoming Clash Royale tournament!

Arkan: I want to win the tenth season of the A1 Adria League!

Recently we have announced the Clash Royale champion in the ninth season of the A1 Adria League. It was Team Snipe that took home the title and the prize defeating everyone in their path. Arkan and Mateja, the victorious duo took the championship without much effort. We talked with Arkan about the league, the championship, and so on.

Firstly, congratulations on winning the championship. What does it feel like to win the title of the best regional Clash Royale team or duo?

Thank you for your congratulations. The feeling is unbelievable and I would also like to thank the A1 Adria League for organizing it in an awesome way.

Clash Royale is back in A1AL, but now unlike in recent years, it’s played only for two weekends. What do you think about this change? 

I am glad that I can be a part of such tournaments like this one, but I would also prefer if they would last a little bit longer.

Who would you say was your toughest opponent and what do you think about this year’s competition?

The toughest opponent for us was team Vazduhoplovci, who also showed their quality during the tournament. This year’s competition was on a solid level, I was positively surprised by the team Elite Skills who I didn’t expect to come that far in the tournament.

This year we implemented a new format where instead of four we host as many as seven games in one season. What do you think about this new format in A1 Adria League?

I’m glad that A1AL wants to broaden its game specter, in which everyone can show their skill. I like the new format because this is something new and different for us since we have only had solo seasons or four-member team tournaments so far.

What are your expectations for the next season and are we going to see Team Snipe defend its title?

I am hoping for a LAN event. But nonetheless, we are going to give our best to make it happen again.

What are your plans after this tournament? 

It’s hard to make any serious plans right now, but I want to win the tenth season of the A1 Adria League.

Team Snipe are your Clash Royale champions!

Another competition in A1 Adria League has come to an end. Clash Royale which made its return this season in the league is over. Last weekend we have seen many teams compete for their place in the playoffs. In the end eight best secured that spot, but the team that came on top of everyone was Team Snipe.

Team Snipe takes home the prize

The teams that showed the best game in the qualifier were Lava Gods, Bomboñera, Vazduhoplovci, and of course our new champions Team Snipe. They had 18 points coming to the playoff and were in a very good spot.

The roster made of Mateja and Arkan showed in the playoff stage that they were the best regional force today. They took down everyone with a 2:0 score starting with CRO-PRO. In round two, they defeated Lava Gods, with the same result. Their opponents in the finals were Vazduhoplovci who came into the finals throughout the lower bracket, as the playoffs were double elimination.

Vazduhoplovci fell into the lower bracket as soon as the first round was finished. They lost to Elite Skills with a 2:1 score. In the lower bracket, much like G2 Esports in LEC, they were dominant. They took down everyone in their path without losing a single game. First to fall were LEGEND and then Lava Gods.

Because Vazduhoplovci came into the final from the lower bracket, they automatically had one loss. But seeing that they won the first game against Team Snipe the finals were restarted so both teams had a loss each, and things were even and equal. In the end, it was Team Snipe that won the remaining game and became the ninth season Clash Royale champion. Our A1AL winners will take home a 700€ prize and the title of being the best squad in the region.

Congratulations on the great performance Team Snipe!


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!

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.