Noble Elite BLK go 2-0; Brankec06 leaves 09 Gang mid-match!

The second SWISS round of the A1 Adria League is now LIVE! Today, the regional Brawlers battled it out and we have two winners – Omerta and Noble Elite BLK.

The first match saw Noble Elite BLK avenge the Red squad’s loss to Tora Gold in the previous round. Unlike that match, Noble Elite BLK didn’t sweat against Tora in the second round and secured an easy 3:0 win. The result of this game puts Noble Elite in first place in the Brawl Stars rankings and only one victory separates them from becoming the first playoffs team for this season.

Omerta and 09 Gang met in the second match of the night. While the final result was once again 3:0, this match was much more controversial than the first game of the day. Namely, 09 Gang’s player Brankec06 disconnected in the middle of the match and refused to reconnect, an act that landed him the first place on our banned players list for the season. Because of this, 09 Gang played the last set with a player deficit (2v3).

You can check out the current Brawl Stars rankings on the following LINK.

Tora Gold stun Lavvek & co.; amke demolishes Sardinho with 6:1!

Brawl Stars and FIFA, two of the three games that ended their qualifiers last week, closed out the first round of the A1 Adria League Season 7 SWISS stage.

Brawl Stars

Our first two matches of the Brawl Stars group stage were played out yesterday. In the first game of the day, we watched a Croatian derby between Tora Gold and NobleElite Red. These two teams already met each other during the qualifiers with NobleElite Red coming out victorious in that match. This time, Tora Gold managed to outperform their rivals and secured the first SWISS win. The match was intense until the very end and went all the way into the fifth map, which saw Tora Gold triumph over the Red squad.

During the duel between Lil Surprise and 09 Gang, the latter had to forfeit because one of their players left the team during the game, and they had no substitutes to replace him. Lil Surprise – the winners of the second qualifiers are now a part of the 1-0 pool, together with team Tora Gold.



Just a day after the first Brawl Stars matches concluded, the regional FIFA players stepped into the football courts to win their first matches for this season. Esad “esad1memic” Memić and Armin “arminho0307” Hasanbegović marked the beginning of this season’s group stage. What followed was a close game that saw esad1memic clinch a 3:2 win in the series. arminho was a great opponent, but the season 5 champion scored one more and entered the 1-0 SWISS pool.

Tarik “amke2001” Novo, the winner of the first qualifying cup for this season, faced off against Leon “Sardinho213” Šardi and managed to get a convincing win in the series. After the games concluded, amke had a 6-1 lead against his Slovenian opponent and secured his spot in the 1-0 pool.


You can check the FIFA rankings by clicking HERE, and you can get familiar with the current Brawl Stars standings on the following LINK.

CS:GO Groups start tomorrow!

Tomorrow, we will witness the first matches of our CS:GO SWISS stage. Make sure to tune in on our channels and support your favourite teams – starting at 16:00h with Baro and Proka.

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FIFA21, Brawl Stars and CS:GO qualifiers finish in style!

With our second A1 Adria League qualifying weekend coming to a close, the Brawl Stars teams and FIFA players that secured a spot from the qualifiers are known. The CS:GO team list is completed and the invited teams will be revealed soon!

Brawl Stars

Some familiar names were seen playing under the Noble Elite Red and BLK tags during the third qualifier. In the quarterfinals, Noble Elite Red bested Crna ruka, while BLK was better than Immortal Balkans. O9 Gang and QSKE advanced to the semis over Wolfs and Red Devils, respectively. The qualifier ended with a Noble Elite Red win. Lavvek’s Red squad was able to outplay DzonDzon and the rest of BLK and earn the biggest amount of points for this qualifier.

Noble Elite Red weren’t any worse in the fourth qualifier either. In this final match, their opponents were Tora Gold who had just eliminated Noble Elite BLK before advancing to the finals. The other teams that ended up in the top 8 were Mayoi, O9 Gang, QSKE, Wolves, and SM Gaming Elite.


Just like Brawl Stars, FIFA’s four-cup qualifying process ended this weekend. During the previous weekend, klaic upset the usual favorites and managed to snatch the grand 100 points. This time, the player that surprised everyone was the Bosnian player Sulja – he beat brstimir in the grand finals and put himself in the top 8 overall rankings.

Sunday was a day for one of NK Osijek‘s new players, esad1memic. The Bosnian player plowed through the competition on his way to the finals, beating his new Osijek teammate, Jasikm in the quarterfinal. FIFAFICO and Ajdin977 were the last two players separating esad1memic from his grand prize and he managed to beat them.

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Over 60 teams hopped on the servers to fight for the remaining three CS:GO spots. proWince, fullshock, QSKE Gaming, JUJUTSU KAISEN, PORTUGAL, MADNESS, MIX, and VENDETTAS 5 were the teams that entered the closed qualifiers.

The Macedonian-majority PORTUGAL started the closed qualifier with a win over QSKE. MIX were able to outplay VENDETTAS 5, while fullshock defeated proWince. The fourth match of the quarterfinals was a game between DEPRESHNN’s JUJUTSU KAISEN and MADNESS which ended in a victory for the former. PORTUGAL and fullshock won their semifinal matchups and qualified for the seventh A1 Adria League season. MIX bested JUJUTSU KAISEN in the third-place decider and secured the final spot in the league.

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Good Game Gold triumph in the second Brawl Stars season!

The sixth A1 Adria League season is now officially finished. Over the past months, every week was packed with intense esports action and it all culminated during last week’s playoffs. Our second Brawl Stars season didn’t fail to disappoint and Good Game Gold took one final W in the Grand Finals.

Good Game Gold and Good Game Red had a dominant performance during the whole season and they didn’t disappoint in the playoffs either. Both teams started the double-elimination bracket with two wins – Red and Gold beat Code Lyoko, FA Deabdly, respectively (3-0; 3-0).

While the Good Game teams advanced to the second round, Code Lyoko and FA Deadly fell to the lower bracket. In the first elimination match, FA Deadly reigned supreme over their opponents and Code Lyoko ended the playoffs in the last place. Meanwhile, Good Game Gold stomped Red with a convincing 3-0 win.  Andrey’s team secured the first finals spot while GG Red faced FA Deadly in the lower bracket.

Just like in the first round, golub and FA Deadly weren’t able to resist Good Game’s dominant show of force. Another win for the Red squad sent them to the Grand Finals, for one, final Good Game derby. We are used to seeing high quality matches whenever the Good Game teams play, and the same could be said for the finals. In the end, Lavvek and GG Red only won one set. Good Game Gold became the champions of the sixth A1 Adria League season.

The four best Brawl Stars teams finished the League in the following order:

1. Good Game Gold – €1000
2. Good Game Red – €700
3. FA Deadly – €400
4. Code Lyoko – €200

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Play with your favorite streamers during the Reboot Online Games Week!

Do you remember the A1 Game Nights? You got to chance to play different games with your favorite streamers and players, and we all had plenty of fun. Well, good news for you – we have a similar concept prepared for you for the Reboot Online Games Week.

IGRAJ is a portion of the one-week long event that will cover three different games – Clash Royale, Brawl Stars, and FIFA21. Prominent names from the scene will play with or against you on three occasions. On Monday, right after the CS:GO 2v2 Wingman tournament, PvtMole will meet the regional FIFA21 players and play with you for THREE whole hours.

Next up, on Thursday, Lavvek and Inder45 will play Brawl Stars starting at 15 o’clock. Lavvek, Good Game’s star player along with our caster and YouTuber, Inder, will spend two hours competing with Brawlers from our region before the start of the A1 Adria League Brawl Stars playoffs.

The next day we will have the chance to watch Clash Royale. PvtMole will once again play viewer-games, this time, in Clash Royale’s arenas. Joining him will be Oak who has been an administrator for the League for a pretty long time. Oak and PvtMole will see whether they are able to defeat the upcoming Clash Royale talents or they are simply too old to compete with the young guard.

The Brawl Stars PLAYOFFS are here!

Our second Brawl Stars season of the year has reached the PLAYOFFS stage! In the fifth season, Alpha Elite were crowned the undisputed champions of the League after an amazing season that saw the squad show a better form than the other teams by a large margin.

After a short pause and a shuffle happening in the regional Brawl Stars scene, we were ready for the sixth A1 Adria League season. This time, two teams played the role of favorites for winning the entire League, and they were both a part of the same organization – Good Game. Good Game Gold & Red had some of the best players in the region, and we all witnessed the domination that happened during the qualifiers.

Except for the Good Game squads, the teams that managed to secure their respective places in the playoffs include FA Deadly and Code Lyoko. All these squads are full of great players that are spending their short break to prepare for the playoffs, and most importantly, prepare for the Good Game teams.

Heading into the playoffs, we will have the chance to see a four-team double-elimination bracket with a €2,600 prize pool up for grabs. The team that will advance to the final through the upper part of the bracket will have one BO5 advantage over the lower-bracket finalist. Except for the €2,300 prize pool dedicated for the four playoffs teams, we will once again have awards for the MVP player and two awards for community MVP players.

The teams and players will share the prize pool in the following manner:

1. €1000
2. €700
3. €400
4. €200

Standard MVP – €100
Community MVP x2 – €100

FIFA and Brawl Stars are back – these are the results!

We are back on track with the League after a one-week long delay. FIFA had its first FIFA21 qualifier played out, while Brawl Stars closed out qualifier number 11.

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The eight best teams in the qualifier reached the quarterfinal stage without any difficulties. 09 Gang matched up with Noobs, while FA Deadly faced BadBoys. Noobs managed to win the game against 09 Gang and FA Deadly showed great individual skill versus BadBoys. Ekipa 69 and Code Lyoko had quarterfinal matches against Good Game Gold and Red, respectively. As expected, the GG teams managed to pass this obstacle and reach the semis.

The Good Game derby happened once again in the semifinals of this cup. After a couple of wins by the Red squad, this time, it was Good Game Gold that won the match and advanced to the finals. FA Deadly followed suit and joined the finals, but Sabasniper’s squad couldn’t stand up to Good Game Gold.

The Brawl Stars rankings after the 11th cup are as follows:


FIFA was back with the third trio of qualifiers. As FIFA21 came out, the remaining qualifiers will be played on the new version of the game. The seventh qualifier was dominated by Bosnian players with five out of the eight quarterfinalists being Bosnian. Ajdin977 was better than Erminjamak while esad1memic bested Bati.

Arminho and DziDziAnlaki secured the last semifinal spots after victories versus Stojanov_99 and Tana, respectively. In the Bosnian semifinals, esad1memic outplayed his countryman, Ajdin977, and advanced to the finals. DziDziAnlaki lost his match versus Arminho but managed to beat Ajdin in the third-place decider. Arminho was crowned the champion of this week’s FIFA qualifier as he came out on top against the current champion, esad1memic.

Good Game Red win yet another one!

The new FIFA game in the franchise is out now, so we decided to skip the FIFA cup for the previous weekend to let the players prepare their strategies in the new game. Meanwhile, Brawl Stars is still going all out, and yet another qualifier is now behind us.

Good Game Gold didn’t even enter the quarterfinals stage because of their Red counterparts who beat them in the Ro16. FA Deadly managed to beat LNK and once again secure a spot in the semis. Klipani faced BadBoys but weren’t able to outplay them. BadBoys had an excellent showing against 2kmihajlo’s Klipani and made their way into the semifinals. O9 Gang and Ekipa 69 have met a number of times throughout the qualifiers and this time it was the Ekipa 69 players who managed to slip past O9 Gang.

Zabranjeni were the team that was picked to play Good Game Red in the quarters. After an expected loss for the aforementioned team, GG Red entered the semis as the clear favorites. FA Deadly were once again the victims of ToDe05’s squad and they finished the qualifier at 3-4th. Ekipa 69 fell short to the bad boys who surprisingly managed to go all the way to the finals. Even though they reached the finals, they weren’t able to beat the final boss – Good Game Red.

With this qualifier coming to an end, the A1 Adria League Brawl Stars rankings are as follows:

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A1 Adria League postponed for a week – here’s why!

Every week we have the chance to see the best of the four titles that this A1 Adria League season features. CS:GO’s SWISS stage is looking more competitive than ever, while Clash Royale’s groups are halfway done. FIFA is slowly transitioning to the new FIFA21 title, while the Brawl Stars teams are consistently putting up great fights in the qualifying process.

In order to provide a bit of refreshment for our competitive teams, and with the COVID-19 situation in our mind, we have decided to postpone the A1 Adria League tournament for one week. In the meantime, our team will invest additional efforts into the situation concerning the Grand Finals stage that we are actively trying to tackle.

The only exception is the Brawl Stars tournament, which will see its previously delayed qualifier be played out, the other three titles will sit out this week. On Thursday, the delayed Brawl Stars qualifier will be played out. Teams are gathering in huge numbers and we will once again see some great action from the regional Brawlers. We will see teams try to rise up to the Good Game squads once again, while the fight for the last of the eight spots becomes more fierce than ever.

Shock Bomb breezed through the SWISS CS: GO stage, brstimir and amke2001 secured spots in the FIFA playoffs, while BCBG is currently dominating in Clash Royale. We couldn’t be more excited to see what will happen next week, and until then, enjoy the upcoming Brawl Stars action and all the highlights that this season of the A1 Adria League can offer.