Opusti se and Portugal are the last to join the TOP 8 in CS:GO!
On Sunday, April 30th, the last CS:GO qualifier was played. We finally got the best eight CS:GO teams that will be competing in the SWISS group stage in the 11th season of the A1 Adria League. The last two teams that were victorious in a qualifier were Opusti se and Portugal.
Here are the top 8 CS:GO teams!
The biggest tournament in the A1 Adria League has always been in Vavle’s FPS game. This season is no different, except for the prize pool, which is now 7000 euros. The best eight teams who will be fighting for this prize pool and the title of the best regional team are Infernus, Confusee, team-one, Glory4, JESTE, Opusti se, Portugal, and the current title defenders Zero Tenacity. Z10 is the biggest favorite to win the whole thing obviously, but not just because they are defending the title, but for the excellent performance they are constantly showing.
One of the serious contenders for the title is team Glory4 where the best regional players have gathered. Andr1xx, sarenii, and c0llins will, under the leadership of Mladen Juric, try to make it to the top. It remains to be seen if they will be successful, but now the real battle begins. The one big name we won’t be seeing this season is Blink, whose CS:GO team just got disbanded.
In the last qualifier, however, the teams that got the last two places in the group stage are Opusti se and Portugal. They bested the competition and rightfully found their place in the top 8. In the decider matches Portugal was better than Klan RUR with a 2:1 overall score. Klan RUR managed to take one map for themselves, but DEPRESHN’s team was at the end of the day better. On the other side of the bracket, Opusti se got an easy win against DopaminersGG with 16:14 on Mirage, and 16:6 on Inferno.
The CS:GO group stage will begin on May 7th, so don’t miss the action!
The qualified teams:
- Zero Tenacity
- Opusti se