The third week since the beginning of the 12th A1 Adria League season is already behind us. Many interesting matches were played, and excitement wasn’t absent. We even crowned the first champion in this A1AL season in League of Legends. Read on to learn more about FIFA23, FIFA Mobile, CS: GO, and LoL tournament results.
Shaq wins the second FIFA Mobile qualifiers
Unlike the first qualifier in FIFA Mobile, our new A1 Adria League tournament, the second didn’t see many surprises and upsets. At the top of the leaderboard are currently Kayozz, the winner of the first qualifier, and Shaq. These two players bested their opponents on their side of the bracket and made it to the finals. There, Shaq managed to snatch a victory from Kayozz and claim 120 points.
This puts him in the second place, while Kayozz remains the first with 200 points. He obtained 80 points in second place in the second FIFA Mobile qualifier. Ivand and Nerko are sharing the third spot with 90 points overall.
There is still time to earn more points and secure the group stage by signing up for the third qualifier set on September 22nd. You can do it HERE!
Third FIFA23 qualifier without a winner!
In the third FIFA23 qualifier, Teo “Sibirski_Plavac” Radman was the one who reached the finals and won 100 points. However, we found out another player was playing on his account and climbing in his place. Harun “Hara” Parla, a known FIFA player in the region, was boosting Teo, leading to both players being disqualified from the league.
Since these two players are now out of the league, the leaderboard in FIFA23 looks a bit different. Novo and Marac are still at the top with 140 points each. Haris, who made it to the finals in the third qualifier, has 90 points, followed by Esad Memic and Brstimir with 80 and 70 points, respectively.
The last FIFA23 qualifier will be played on September 23rd. Sign up for it HERE!
Underdogs Salamander and Megnatos made it to CS: GO group stage!
Out of 36 teams, only two could secure the group stage in the last CS: GO qualifier. Those teams were Salamander and Megnatos, who bested some familiar CS: GO players in the region and wider. They are the last two teams to make it to the group stage and join 4 qualified and 2 invited ones.
GhoulsW made another appearance but couldn’t get past ZGOINGON in the quarter-finals with HOLMES-, aidKiT, and choiv7 in their roster. However, this team didn’t make it far from there. They lost in the next round to Megnatos. Some of the names worth mentioning that also couldn’t secure groups are cerber-, deb0, v1w, and vAloN9, who we know from Kosovo organization X, and gejmzilla, who returned to A1 Adria League after a couple of seasons. Unfortunately, he will have to wait for the next one.
DZANGLERI are the new LoL champions!
Out of 16 teams, DZANGLERI made it to the end and won the first mini-tournament of the 12th A1 Adria League season, League of Legends. Another title goes into the hands of DZANGLERI, who also came on top in the ninth A1AL season. Panj also took another trophy home after showing up in many A1AL seasons.
The champions defeated VoidEsport in the finals 2:0 and rightfully claimed the throne and the 750 euros prize.
Close to winning were HARMONY and Stara Garda, previous champions in the A1 Adria League in this tournament. Both teams made it to the semifinals but weren’t successful. They battled against one another in the match for third place, where Stara Garda celebrated with a 1:0 score.
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