We officially entered the FIFA SWISS stage! Tarik “amke2001” Novo and three other players claimed victories and have earned their place in the winners’ half of the leaderboard.
After the players fought hard to earn points in the qualifying stage, it is time to commence our next phase in the FIFA League – the SWISS group!
amke2001 dominant in the qualifiers; brstimir finished second
Tarik “amke2001” Novo was the absolute best player in the five qualifiers that we hosted for FIFA players. He won second place in the first and fifth qualifiers, while he triumphed in qualifiers 3 and 4. These results earned him 340 points in total, 150 more than the second-placed player, Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac. After his victory in the first qualifier, the Serbian player had a string of mediocre results, except his silver medal in the fourth cup.
With 10 and 20 points less than brstimir, respectively, Harun “Hara” Parla and Haris “edenn95” Lukomirak are the next two players on our leaderboard. While Hara gradually earned points during the entire phase, edenn95 managed to overcome all opponents in the very last qualifier and earn the deciding 100 points. His other points came from qualifiers #2 (20) and #3 (50).
DrPecho qualifies for the eighth season!
Petar “DrPecho” Šušnjar claimed the eighth place on our leaderboard and will be making an appearance on his second big tournament in a row, after recently playing the fifth FIFA Adria Prvenstvo season. Besides DrPecho, Đorđe “JasikFifa” Cumbo also secured his spot in the league.
When talking about FIFA Adria Prvenstvo S5, we can also mention that Esad “esad1memic” Memić, the winner of the tournament, qualified for the A1 Adria League once again. With his 160 points, he was tied with another countryman of his, Emir “Sulja13” Suljović.
The final standings of the qualifying stage can be seen below:
Five great qualifiers are now behind us. Along with the qualified players, we must congratulate players such as Stefan “HardiFifa” Stojanov, Leon “Sardinho213” Šardi, Luka “Lux” Rade, and many more for being a part of the A1 Adria League. We are now a step closer to crowning our new champions. A SWISS stage which will be played on the newest edition of FIFA, FIFA22, will determine the four players that will play the final four stage. After the groups come to an end, we are expecting a double-elimination bracket. Will amke2001 keep his title, or will a new player climb on top of the region?
The last qualifier of this FIFA season is over. Haris “edenn95” Lukomirak took the main prize and the player list for this SWISS stage is completed.
A smaller number of players signed up for the last qualifier as the top eight players had more-or-less secured their spots in the league. Mostly players who were on the verge of losing their spot played the qualifier, as well as players who needed a small number of points to reach the upper spots in the leaderboard. Robert “rob1” Peršaj lost in the first round. His opponent was Tarik “amke2001” Novo, who went on to win against Esad “esad1memic” Memić in the quarterfinals. Tarik was unstoppable in his part of the bracket and outplayed Emir “Sulja” Suljović in the semis with ease.
Leon “Sardinho213” Šardi was better than Batiii and Petar “DrPecho” Šušnjar in the first rounds of today’s bracket. His opponent in the semifinals was edenn95 who surprisedly managed to upset Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac in the first round. The player also defeated Luka “Lux” Rade, and finally bested Sardinho in the semifinals. The Slovenian participant become one of the players in the third-place decider, while edenn95 advanced to the grand finals.
The third place this week went to Sulja, which means that Sardinho213 finished fourth. A huge upset happened in the finals where edenn95 managed to surprise amke2001 and win the game in the very last minute of the second game. These are the eight players that qualified for this season’s group stage:
As today’s qualifier was the second-to-last one of this FIFA season, we already know some of the players that will participate and compete in the upcoming SWISS stage.
Last week’s runner-up, Esad “esad1memic” Memić faced tough players such as mrky2402 and Leon “Sardinho213” Šardi in his first two rounds. He managed to beat mrky, but couldn’t squeeze past Sardinho. Tarik “amke2001” Novo, one of our finalists, was a part of this half of the bracket as well. One of the players he faced on his road to the quarterfinals was Robert Peršaj, a player that hasn’t been active recently but played in previous seasons of the League. Amke managed to overcome Robert, breeze past Sardinho, and finally, defeat Harun “Hara” Parla in the semifinals of this cup.
Simultaneously as amke2001, Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac was fighting for his spot in the finals as well. Ranked fourth before the beginning of this qualifier, brstimir advanced to the later stages of the tournament over Petar_Puljic and Jelusic90. He met Hrvoje “HRVoje-1995” Čleković in the quarters before challenging Emir “Sulja” Suljović a round later. The Bosnian player gave it his best, but brstimir came out as the winner of this match.
The third-place decider ended earlier today and Hara managed to achieve a 2-0 victory over Sulja. The main prize of this qualifier went to amke2001, while brstimir earned 70 points, summing it up to a total of 180. Next week, the final qualifier will be played out and we will know who the eight qualified players are. It is your last chance to secure a spot among the very best FIFA players in the region.
Make sure to visit THIS link to sign up for the upcoming qualifier.
With this third FIFA qualifier coming to an end, only two more separate us from the beginning of this season’s SWISS stage.
Esad “esad1memic” Memić began the long road towards the grand finals in the Round of 16 where he bested freezing gambler. His next opponent, Leon “Sardinho213” Šardi was in great shape after defeating Aleksandar “Zli Duh” Blaževski, but esad1memic had no trouble in defeating the Slovenian player. Next up, Esad faced a new name with the nickname lala13_13. lala13_13 won matches versus Stefan “StojanovFIFA” Stojanov and Luka Bukal before the semifinals and he had good chances against the Bosnian veteran. However, Esad didn’t let his opponent upset him and easily secured his spot in the finals.
Tarik “amke2001” Novo, our back-to-back FIFA champion, was the most successful player in the upper half of today’s bracket. His FIFA squad defeated various opponents throughout the bracket, including Hrvoje “HRVoje-1995” Čleković and Emir “Sulja” Suljović. His semifinal opponent was Harun “Hara” Parla, who had the same amount of points as amke2001 before the conclusion of this qualifier. Aydin_kmetas, Vukovarac999 and TopBoyFifa were eliminated by Hara today, but his streak came to an end after suffering a 0-2 defeat to amke.
Despite being one of the best players in the region, amke2001 and esad1memic didn’t manage to earn the main prize in our previous two qualifiers. This time, one of them finally had the chance to finish on top, and amke2001 made sure to do everything in his power to become that player. The third place this week went to lala13_13, while Hara finished in fourth.
Make sure to visit THIS link to sign up for the upcoming qualifiers, and if you want to see who is currently on top of the leaderboard, scroll down just a bit:
After Salada de Frudas dominated Brawl Stars on Thursday, today we got our second FIFA winner of the season – Đorđe “JasikFIFA” Cumbo.
FIFA was off to a great start since the very first round. Namely, Stjepan “Brstylo” Brstilo eliminated our reigning back-to-back champion, Tarik “amke2001” Novo, in Round 1, denying him from winning any points in this qualifier. Just a round later, another veteran fell. This time, Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac, the player who triumphed in the first qualifier, was too weak to stand up to Emir “Sulja” Suljović. Stefan “StojanovFIFA” Stojanov had to face a couple of tough opponents before reaching the finals. He bested HRVoje-1995 in Round 1, Zli Duh in Round 2, and Jelusic90 in the quarterfinals before losing to Petar “DrPecho” Šušnjar in the semifinals.
Sulja had a similar road to the third-place decider. He managed to outplay brstimir and Esad “esad1memic” Memić before ultimately losing to JasikFIFA in the semis. The latter, a name that we haven’t heard in a long time secured his final spot against DrPecho after a great performance in our second qualifier of the season. StojanovFIFA was better than Sulja in the third-place decider, while a 2-1 victory secured JasikFIFA 100 points over DrPecho.
You can check out the current FIFA standings below. The third qualifier will be played out next Saturday – hurry up and SIGN UP!
In our first qualifier for this transitional FIFA season, we watched Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac outplay Tarik “amke2001” Novo and win the main prize.
Our regional FIFA players will get five chances to showcase their skills and earn points before the SWISS stage of the season. Today was the first one, and while brstimir finished first, he was not the only one to earn points. All players played incredibly which is a sign that a great season of FIFA is ahead of us. In the end, eight best players advanced through to the quarterfinals. Last season’s winner, amke2001, beat Nikola “paolimoc” Dobrković in his quarterfinal match, while Harun “Hara” Parla passed through to the semis over Stefan “HardiFifa” Stojanov. In the second pair of quarterfinal matches, the Serbian FIFA veteran, brstimir faced and bested Luka Bukal. The last semifinal spot went to Esad “esad1memic” Memić who was better than Mirza Hasančić in their duel.
As always, the matches between brstimir and esad1memic are tough for both players as they are both brilliant FIFA players. This time, the winner was brstimir and he advanced to the finals together with amke2001. amke2001 won over Hara who was set to face esad1memic in the third-place decider, but the latter decided to forfeit the match and end his first qualifier on the fourth place. In the grand finals, brstimir achieved a 2-0 victory against his bitter rival and earned the main 100 points.
The end of the final CS:GO playday marked the end of yet another A1 Adria League season as well as the second Reboot Online Games Week.
Reboot Online Games Week once again offered over 150 hours of gaming-related content to fans all around the region. From My Story and Panel to the live streams and the A1 Adria League finals, we couldn’t really ask for more during the last week. Wednesday was dedicated to the Brawl Stars teams, FIFA’s players entered the stadiums on Thursday and Friday, and League of Legends completed its comeback on Saturday. Sunday was the climax of a two-month-long CS:GO journey, as well as the end of this, seventh, iteration of the League.
Our Brawlers clashed on Wednesday. Noble Elite BLK and Point Gaming (ex-Lil Surprise) entered the arena first as the first semifinal match started. BLK’s victory sent Point Gaming to the lower bracket and they were later joined by Mayoi, who couldn’t defeat Noble Elite Red. The elimination match saw Mayoi lose to the aforementioned opponents, while the upper-bracket finals ended with a Noble Elite BLK win. The losers of this match, Red, bounced back against Point Gaming and returned to the finals, only to be defeated once again by the organization’s BLK team.
The top four Brawl Stars teams:
1. Noble Elite BLK – 900€
2. Noble Elite Red – 600€
3. Point Gaming – 300€
4. Mayoi – 200€
Unlike the other three titles, FIFA’s finals were played out in the span of two days. During Thursday and Friday, we watched the four remaining players battle it out until the very end. Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac, Tarik “amke2001” Novo, Filip “FIFAFICO” Babić and Esad “NKOS_esad1memic” Memić played took part in the playoffs which featured a double-elimination bracket. In the end, amke2001 succeeded in defending his title and becoming the back-to-back regional FIFA champion.
The top four FIFA players:
1. amke2001 – 750€
2. brstimir – 500€
3. NKOS_esad1memic – 300€
4. FIFAFICO – 200€
League of Legends
They did it! Split Raiders were once again merciless and finished the League of Legends grand finals without losing a map (3-0). Before that match took place though, Harmony and Fiko Izdaja went at it in the lower bracket finals. There, Harmony outplayed their opponents and secured a rematch against Split Raiders. As mentioned above, Split Raiders dominated the final match and won the main prize of 1.600€!
The top four League of Legends teams:
1. Split Raiders – 1.600€
2. Harmony – 1.200€
3. Fiko Izdaja – 800€
4. Placeholder – 400€
One more CS:GO season is behind us! It seems that it has become a tradition to host an amazing season and in the end, crown the ONYX core as the returning champions. With yesterday’s triumph, Dimitrije “DiMKE” Veljković and Aleksa “Impulse” Stankić have been the A1 Adria League champions four times. Aleksa did it in seasons 2, 5, 6, and 7, while DiMKE did it in four consecutive seasons, starting from season 4. The runners-up for the season are PORTUGAL, Good Game came in third, and 4glory are fourth
The top four CS:GO teams:
1. ONYX – 2.000€
2. PORTUGAL – 1.500€
3. Good Game – 1.000€
4. 4glory – 500€
In the upcoming two days, the best regional FIFA players will fight for the champions title. Will amke2001 defend it, or will a new champion rise up to the challenge?
brstimir & NKOS_esad1memic
Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac will face Esad “NKOS_esad1memic” Memić in the opening duel of the playoffs. brstimir had an awesome season in the League as he ended the group stage without being defeated. On his road to the playoffs, brstimir bested Emir “Sulja” Suljović, as well as two of the current finalists – Tarik “amke2001” Novo and Filip “FIFAFICO” Babić.
On the other hand, NKOS_esad1memic had the hardest time in the group stage. After an initial good start, his opponents managed to outplay him on multiple occasions and he found himself fighting for survival in the very last round. They haven’t met with brstimir yet this season, so this will be an amazing matchup to watch!
FIFAFICO & amke2001
FIFAFICO had an outstanding performance in this seasons SWISS stage. He qualified for the playoffs in the fourth round, suffering only one loss in the process. The same is the case with amke2001, our reigning A1 Adria League champion. His only loss came at the hands of brstimir, who finished the group stage with a flawless record. Their match begins right after the first one, so tune in today, at 19 o’clock, to watch all the action that FIFA can offer!
Thursday – 19:00:
brstimir vs. NKOS_esad1memic
FIFAFICO vs. amke2001
Just like last year, Reboot Online Games Week is here to entertain you with the A1 Adria League finals along with incredible esports-related content for five whole days!
Starting on the 16th of June and lasting until the 20th, this second Reboot Online Games Week will once again present our fans and followers with tens of hours of unique content. Most of the segments of the show remain the same as in the Week’s first iteration – we will watch the Panels, “Moja priča” (“My story”), STREAM Uživo, and we will once again play Brawl Stars with Lavvek and Inder. We are once again stationed in three different studios – each one producing content connected to the gaming and esports industry. Expect to see new stuff every hour and be ready to participate in all the different giveaways Reboot and A1 Hrvatska have prepared for you.
When it comes to A1 Adria League – the latter half of Wednesday will be reserved for the Brawl Stars finals, while on Thursday and Friday evenings, the best FIFA players in the region will meet on the field and fight for the champion’s title. Just like the rest of the season, Saturday will be dedicated to League of Legends, and on the final day, Sunday, we are watching the two semifinals and the CS:GO Grand Finals!
PANEL – For our Panels on Thursday and Friday, we will cover two important topics. First, we will host owners of famous regional esports organizations and have them discuss how is it to run an organization in our region. Friday is dedicated to a LIVE Streaming panel with streamers talking about their journey, their daily life, streaming careers, and much more!
MOJA PRIČA – Just like last year, Moja Priča, or My Story, will present to all of you the stories of some prominent names in our region. This time joining us will be Supreme Nexus, Veco, and League of Legend’s Zero Tenacity manager, Spale. Their stories will be running from Wednesday through Friday, so make sure to check them out.
STREAM Uživo & IGRAJ – Before we get to the intense Brawl Stars and FIFA action, we will be able to relax with some of the regional streamers. On Wednesday, our followers will play matches with or against our Brawl Stars commentator, Inder, as well as Noble Elite Red’s Lavvek. Bakistuta is going to entertain us on Thursday and Gallsandalla is with us on Friday!
Once again, watching and being a part of the Reboot Online Games Week is completely FREE! We will be happy to have you on our shows in the upcoming week. Feel free to check out Reboot Online Games Week’s website for more information and follow the schedule above to catch all of the content next week!