What an amazing time we had during the sixth A1 Adria League season. The sixth Clash Royale season saw Joža Esports secured the first place even though LAZR didn’t lose a single group stage game, and in FIFA, amke2001 was the best player in the double-elimination bracket.
The group stage produced some intense moments and with that in mind, we came to the finals in which the following matches did not disappoint at all. Joža Esports as an underdog went from the bottom to the top in an extraordinary fashion.
All teams participated in the Gauntlet system, which meant that Team LAZR already secured a spot and the rest had to fight for the second seat. But, there was a catch – the games were played in BO5 format (1v1, 2v2, KotH, 1v1 and 1v1).
Joža (ex Totem) played the first game against Tribe Academy and the winner of that match was supposed to go against Flayn eSports. Joža Esports was down 1-2 after the first three games and it seemed like they were going to step aside after only one match. But, Joža’s players showed great composure which gave them an edge in the end and they won the match against Tribe.
Joža Esports then went to the semifinal where Flayn eSports was waiting. Flayn was a favorite in this match, but Joža showed us that even a mighty can fall. Surprisingly, it was a much easier match for Joža against Flayn than it was versus Tribe. The team won 3-1 and went to the final.
The undefeated team of the group Team LAZR was waiting for them in the final. Absolute powerhouse with 10 victories and zero losses was ready to face the underdog. LAZR took the lead in the 1v1, but Joža returned the favor in 2v2 set. KotH was a close one with LAZR managing to get on top, but in the next two sets, Joža Esports’ players pulled themselves together and won the match with a final score being 3-2.
So that is it – Joža Esports is the winner of Clash Royale in the sixth season of A1 Adria League. Team LAZR came home second with only one defeat, Flayn eSports was third and Tribe Academy fourth. It was a season worth watching and we can’t wait to see what 2021 has in store for us.
Clash Royale’s teams finished the sixth A1 Adria League season in the following manner:
1. Joža Esports
2. Team LAZR
3. Flayn eSports
4. Tribe Academy
FIFA was the last A1 Adria League game to finish – its playoffs were played on Sunday and amke took one final W for this season. The four top players from the nine qualifiers met each other in the final playoffs kup.
esad1memic and Amke2001 player the first semifinal, while brstimir and Ajdin977 met each other later on. Amke and brstimir advanced through to the upper bracket finals where amke was able to best the veteran player.
Ajdin977 failed to win the elimination match between him and Esad and he, unfortunately, finished the A1 Adria League in fourth place. esad1memic managed to complete the comeback and qualify for the finals after winning against brstimir but that didn’t help him in the finals. Amke2001 reigned supreme over the season five winner and is now the A1 Adria League S6 champion.
1. Amke2001 – €1,100
2. esad1memic – €600
3. brstimir – €300
4. Ajdin977 – €150