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Metamoon are your A1 Adria League LoL champions!

In the final two matches of this season, Metamoon came out on top and outplayed both 49% winrate and Harmony to win the main prize.

As the double-elimination League of Legends bracket has been slowly progressing throughout the season, only two matches remained for today. The matches in question were the lower-bracket final and of course, the grand finals. Since 49% winrate outplayed Clouded Leopards in the previous round, they were set to challenge Metamoon for a spot in the finals. 49% winrate didn’t weren’t in a good form today, so Metamoon had an easy time in the lower-bracket finals (2-0).

This win put Harmony and Metamoon in the final match. The two teams played each other a week ago when the Macedonian side was better in the upper-bracket finals. This time, however, Metamoon was clearly the better team. Harmony couldn’t win a single game, and the result was 3-1 only because they came from the upper bracket. After losing to Split Raiders in the last season, this is the second consecutive season that Harmony finish the season in second place. We are happy to conclude one more League of Legends tournament for this year. Congratulations to every team that participated and especially to Metamoon, who are your A1 Adria League LoL champions!

League of Legends Playoffs

These are the top 4 League of Legends teams for the season:

1. Metamoon – €1600
2. Harmony – €1200
3. 49% winrate – €800
4. Clouded Leopards – €400

This is the full Reboot Online Games Week schedule!

Everything you need to know about the Esports studio of the Reboot Online Games Week five-day long event can be found below!

We already revealed some of the segments and more information about the rest will be revealed soon. Reboot Online Games Week will last for five days and will have content across three topics from the gaming industry: Core Gaming, Games Industry, and Esports. As you could probably guess, A1 Adria League’s final stage will be a part of the Esports event, but the playoffs won’t be the only thing you will get to watch in the exciting week ahead of us.

Every day, the event will begin with a different segment related to esports in one way or another. Namely, the viewers will have the chance to play with the players in the IGRAJ segment, we will hear the stories of Esad “esad1memic”and Mladen “juricM” Jurić, and we will also follow a couple of entertaining streams by Vojislav “SupremeNexus” Perić and Safet “giGOD” Čurić. There will be a humanitarian event (more information to be revealed soon) and four panels we mentioned in one of our recent posts. Concerning the actual League, Brawl Stars is set to be played on Wednesday, while Thursday and Friday will be dedicated to FIFA. The double-elimination LoL bracket will culminate on Saturday and finally, CS:GO will close out the event at the end of the week. The full schedule can be seen below:

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Harmony enter the League of Legends grand finals!

The upper bracket final match saw Harmony outplay Metamoon and become the first team in the grand finals.

While our other three games had their respective SWISS stages decide the playoffs participants, after the qualifiers, League of Legends jumped straight into the playoffs. With a slower tempo, the eight teams have been playing the double-elimination bracket during the regular season, and now they are ready for the final stage.

We knew the top 3 teams before this playday. However, one more match was needed before the final playday. It was the upper bracket final duel between Harmony and Metamoon. The former finished Season 7 in second place and are now eager to take the title. Ghisou’s squad were more than dominant in the first game and won that match with ease. Metamoon weren’t ready to give up just yet and struck back on the second match. In the end, Harmony took them down and secured their spot in the grand finals. The League of Legends final matches will be played next Saturday. We will watch two matches – the lower bracket final as well as the grand finals.

 

A1 Adria League playoffs to be a part of Reboot Online Games Week!

The second A1 Adria League season of 2021 is a week away from the final matches that will decide our new champions. Here is a short recap of the season so far.

Three SWISS stages completed; LoL ready for its final matches

Over the course of the past months, A1 Adria League was once again the battleground of four titles: CS:GO, League of Legends, Brawl Stars and FIFA. A huge number of players from every single country in the region signed up to play and compete in their game of choice. A qualifying stage was followed by a SWISS group in three of the four games, excluding League of Legends. Last week those SWISS group concluded, and we now know all of the playoffs participants.

Brawl Stars was Salada de Frutas’ playground during the entirety of the SWISS stage. In only three rounds, they managed to continue the winning streak the team had in the qualifiers and advance to the playoffs with ease. Right after them, three Brawl Stars squads followed them in the playoffs. Winx Club and Omert4 did so with a 3-1 record, while Lightning Strike qualified in the last round. Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac, Esad “esad1memic” Memić, Haris “edenn95” Lukomirak and Tarik “amke2001” Novo were the fastest to adapt to the new FIFA edition and clinch the top 4 spots in the eight season of FIFA.

Moving to CS:GO, the team that debuted in the league, iNation, was also the team that had a perfect run. We will watch three teams that were a part of the final stage in the previous season as well. Namely, the two Macedonian teams, PORTUGAL and BLUEJAYS,  and 4glory are going to make an appearance in our upcoming single-elimination bracket. Finally, League of Legends is nearing the end of the playoffs bracket. Metamoon, Harmony and 49%winrate are left to play out the remainder of the season.

S8 Playoffs

We are also more than happy to announce the return of Reboot Online Games Week. Three studios, over 150 hours of content, and plenty of rewards for everyone following the event. And yes, the third ROGW edition will also be completely free. Whether you are here to watch shows and segments about gaming, game development, or you prefer esports content, Reboot Online Games Week has you covered. We will once again feature a multitude of shows for everyone’s taste.

Keep following our Social Media to learn more about the individual segments and get ready to participate in one of the biggest regional gaming events.

49% winrate are the first lower-bracket finalists!

A playday dedicated to the lower-bracket saw 49% winrate outplay Vinland and Clouded Leopards and advance to the lower finals.

While the League of Legends scene was focused on the Worlds 2021 finals where EDward Gaming defeated DAMWON, the regional teams had a great day as well. Clouded Leopards faced Fantastic Esports in one of the two lower-bracket quarterfinals. Our viewers had the chance to watch three action-packed matches in which Clouded Leopards proved to be the dominant side and eliminated their opponents from the tournament.

Off-stream, 49% winrate and Vinland Esports played the second match of this round. As 49% winrate was far better than the latter team today, the match concluded after only two games. The team then went on to challenge Clouded Leopards in the next match. Once again, they impressed everyone and smashed CL 2-0 to finally reach the lower-bracket finals. There, the loser of the match between Metamoon and Harmony will be their next opponent.

 

This week in A1AL: The end of the SWISS stage!

The final playoffs competitors for three games will be known after this week comes to an end, as it is time for the fifth SWISS round!

Brawl Stars

In the fourth Brawl Stars round, two more teams advanced to the playoffs. Namely, besides Salada de Frutas, we will also watch Omert4 and Winx Club compete in the final stage of the season. In the meantime, Dominjo Carry and Balkan Talents were eliminated, which left Lightning Strike and Mayoi as the only remaining teams on the leaderboard. Their match will be played this Thursday and the winner will secure the final playoffs spot.

Mayoi vs. Lightning Strike

FIFA

The situation in FIFA is exactly the same. Esad “esad1memic” Memić and Haris “edenn95” Lukomirak joined Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac on the top of the leaderboard. The two players that will clash spears in the final rounds will be Harun “Hara” Parla, and last season’s winner, Tarik “amke2001” Novo. What do you think, which player will become the fourth semifinalist of this A1 Adria League season?

Hara vs. amke2001

League of Legends

As League of Legends’ season doesn’t feature a SWISS format, there won’t be a fifth round to finish. Instead, we will be continuing our double-elimination bracket with six teams remaining. Last week, Banished Esports and Lupus Esports left the tournament. These are the matches for our upcoming playday:

Metamoon vs. Harmony
Clouded Leopards vs. Fantastic Esports
49% winrate vs. Vinland Esports

CS:GO

After a great last weekend for the region, where three regional teams placed in the top 4 positions of CEE Champions, our last two teams are ready to conclude the SWISS stage. 4glory and Marten Gaming will play the deciding BO3. The winner will qualify to the final stage along with iNation, PORTUGAL and BLUEJAYS, while the loser will join JESTE, SKUAK and Zero Tenacity in the eliminated half of the leaderboard.

rs 4glory vs. Marten Gaming

This week in A1AL: Four action-packed playdays ahead of us

Three A1 Adria League games will be concluding their fourth SWISS round this week, while League of Legends continues its double-elimination bracket.

Brawl Stars

Everyone expected it, and everyone was right. Salada de Frutas qualified to the A1 Adria League playoffs after only three rounds. Up to two teams could secure their spots alongside Salada de Frutas in Round 4. Either Mayoi or Winx Club will qualify on Thursday, and the winning team could potentially be joined by Omert4, who are playing the mid-round match this round. A bit lower on the leaderboard, Lightning Strike and Dominjo Carry will fight to keep their spot. These are the Round 4 matchups:

Lightning Strike vs. Dominjo Carry
Winx Club vs. Mayoi
Balkan Talents vs. Omerta

FIFA

While the favorites of Brawl Stars are still on the top, our reigning champion is in much trouble. Tarik “amke2001” Novo is currently 1-2 on the SWISS leaderboard. Meanwhile, Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac advanced to the playoffs, while Emir “Sulja13” Suljović was eliminated without winning a match this season. Three matches await us on Friday, with two being decider matches and the third being a mid-match between Esad “esad1memic” Memić and Petar “DrPecho” Šušnjar:

Esad “esad1memic” Memić vs. Petar “DrPecho” Šušnjar
Haris “edenn95” Lukomirak vs. Harun “Hara” Parla
Đorđe “JasikFifa” Cumbo vs. Tarik “amke” Novo

League of Legends

The four upper-bracket quarterfinals announced League of Legends’ comeback to the A1 Adria League streams. Two of the matches were streamed, while two of them were played off-stream. Saturday will once again be filled with LoL action. Metamoon and Clouded Leopards will play for a spot in the upper-bracket finals, while Harmony are facing 49% winrate in the second semifinal. Fantastic Esports – Banished Esports and VinlandLupus are the two lower-bracket elimination matches of this playday.

CS:GO

Anel “NENO” Ceković and PORTUGAL did it once again. The team eliminated SKUAK Gaming in the only match we watched last Sunday and joined iNation in the playoffs. This Sunday, BLUEJAYS and 4glory will be playing their Round 4 match. Last, but not least, JESTE will have the difficult task of defeating Marten Gaming if they want to play in the fifth SWISS round as well. These are the upcoming matches:

BLUEJAYS vs. rs 4glory – 16h
Marten Gaming vs. rs JESTE – 18/19h

Four teams qualify for the League of Legends semifinals!

After four qualifying cups, today we marked the beginning of the League of Legends regional playoffs stage!

The first of the two streamed matches for today saw Clouded Leopards challenge Lupus eSports in a BO3 duel. Lupus eSports were the first team to qualify for the league, and they were also the first team to be sent to the lower bracket. A bit later, Metamoon managed to defeat Vinland Esports in a match that was available for everyone to watch on our streaming channels. In our next playday, Metamoon and Clouded Leopards will clash to decide one of the two winners’ bracket finalists of this season.

49% winrate and Fantastic Esports also played a tough match. Their match wasn’t streamed on our channels. After two intense nail-biters, 49% winrate sent Fantastic Esports to the losers’ bracket in the very first round. Our second off-stream match was between Harmony and Banished Esports. The Macedonian players had the same success as 49% winrate and managed to close out the quarterfinal duel in their favor without much trouble. With these two matches being concluded, we now know the second upper bracket semifinal – Harmony vs. 49% winrate.

The League of Legends quarterfinal matches ended as follows:

League of Legends Results

This week in A1AL: League of Legends is back on the A1 Adria League streams!

Another week of A1 Adria League is ahead of us. Three SWISS stages are already underway, and League of Legend’s regional playoffs stage is finally HERE.

Brawl Stars

Two Brawl Stars rounds are already behind us, and this is the week when we will see the first decider matches of the season. Currently, Salada de Frutas and Winx Club find themselves at the top and one of them will advance to the playoffs on Thursday. On the other side, either Balkan Talents or QuickMind will have to leave the competition after the next playday. Brawl Stars begins on Thursday at the usual time, and you will have the chance to watch the following matches:

Lightning Strike vs. Mayoi
Balkan Talents vs. QuickMind
Salada de Frutas vs. Winx Club
Omerta vs. Dominjo Carry

FIFA

Just a day behind Brawl Stars, FIFA also finished the second round last week. In our football simulation, Esad “esad1memic” Memić and Miloš “brstimir” Majdevac are currently in the lead. Their derby will determine the first playoff participant, while the match between Emir “Sulja” Suljović and Đorđe “JasikFifa” Cumbo will determine which player will look for his chance to win the trophy next season. These are the upcoming matches:

brstimir vs. esad1memic
JasikFifa vs. Sulja13
amke2001 vs. edenn95
Hara vs. DrPecho

League of Legends

Over the last month, we hosted a total of four qualifiers for League of Legends teams from all over the region. Four weeks later and here we are – right before the beginning of the regional playoffs stage. This Saturday, the first matches of this stage will be broadcast and we will start our journey of finding the new regional LoL champion. These are the eight teams that qualified for this season of the A1 Adria League:

Lupus eSports
Metamoon
Harmony
49% winrate
Fantastic Esports
Mafija Lebrinyja
gross gore’s psychiatrists
Milex21’s party

CS:GO

Sunday was the day when we said goodbye to Zero Tenacity. The organization that just entered CS:GO unfortunately had to leave the league after suffering a 1-2 loss to their opponents, JESTE. Going forward to Round 4, Marten Gaming and JESTE will fight for survival, while PORTUGAL will try to enter the playoffs by defeating SKUAK Gaming. Make sure to tune in to the stream on Sunday and support your favorite teams once again:

PORTUGAL vs. SKUAK – 16:00
Marten Gaming vs. rs JESTE 18/19:00

The final two teams qualify for our League of Legends season!

GGP and Milex21′ party have completed the League of Legends teams’ list for Season 8 of the A1 Adria League.

Our final qualifier started today at 14:00h, the usual time. Milex21’s party once again had a good playday and this time succeeded in making the playoffs. Their road to the semis started versus Scarred Esports. Next up, they defeated Joks Stoks, and finally, Ronioci fell to Milex21 & co. With this win, they became the last team to join our roster of teams.

Before Milex21’s party did it, another team managed to slip past the competition. The four teams in the lower half of the bracket had no opponents in the first round. In Round 2, we got to know that Split Raiders won’t be participating in this season, as they lost their duel against Uganda Bunari. In the other quarterfinal, Immortal Balkans Esport lost to gross gore’s psychiatrists. The latter also bested their opponents in the deciding match of the fourth qualifier and qualified for our upcoming season.

With our four qualifiers over, we will soon begin broadcasting the regional playoffs of the season. Follow our webpage as well as our Social Media to keep up with all the information about A1AL’s League of Legends tournament.