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We know the names of all four Brawl Stars playoffs teams!

In the final SWISS playday of Brawl Stars, Lil Surprise and Mayoi got their much-needed wins and qualified for the Season 7 playoffs.

The Croatian derby between Tora Gold and Lil Surprise was as fierce as anyone could have hoped for. Both teams were determined to clinch one of the two remaining playoffs spots, but only one of them could really do it. The match was played until the very last set, when Lil Surprise managed to hold their ground and beat Tora Gold in the fifth SWISS round.

The final match of the SWISS league saw 09 Gang and Mayoi give their all. Just like the previous match, this one went to all five maps too, and this time – Mayoi was the team that outplayed their opponents. With these two matches done, the final standings are known – Noble Elite BLK & Red, Mayoi and Lil Surprise will continue on, while Tora Gold, 09 Gang, Omerta and QSKE have ended their participation in this season of Brawl Stars in the group stage.

Watch the final Brawl Stars playday below:

Check out the current Brawl Stars standings HERE!

Omerta eliminated in the fourth Brawl Stars round!

Just like Round 3, this SWISS round of Brawl Stars was concluded in only one playday, with Lil Surprise, 09 Gang, and Noble Elite Red taking the wins.

After QSKE Gaming’s disqualification, the number of matches was reduced so we scheduled the third round to be played in only one playday. The same applied to Round 4, so we had the chance to watch a total of three matches today. The first one for the night was an elimination match between Lil Surprise and Omerta. It saw the former take a comfortable 3-1 win against the Serbian squad and secure a match in the fifth round.

Next up were Tora Gold and 09 Gang. Tora Gold were a part of the 2-1 pool before the beginning of this round, while 09 Gang had only one win so far. However, a great showing from 09 Gang evened their standings – now they are both a part of the 2-2 pool of the SWISS table. To round up the playday, Noble Elite Red took on Mayoi in a match that had a playoffs spot on the line. Noble Elite Red got a clean 3-0 win and joined Noble Elite BLK in the playoffs.

The current Brawl Stars standings can be seen HERE!

Noble Elite BLK qualify for the A1 Adria League playoffs!

Due to QSKE being disqualified, the third SWISS round of Brawl Stars was completed in only one day with Noble Elite BLK being the team that ended the group stage with a flawless score.

Noble Elite BLK and Mayoi were the teams that played out the first two rounds of the SWISS without taking a single L. However, that had to change in Round 3 as the two of them were paired against each other. Just as we expected from teams of their calibre, the match was played set by set and the winner was uncertain until the very end. Noble Elite BLK managed to squeeze past with a 3-2 win and become the first playoff team for this season.

Right after we declared Noble Elite BLK as the winner, Omerta and Tora Gold continued the third round. This one was also a fierce fight between the two talented squads, and just like the previous match, it ended with a 3-2 score – this time in favour of Tora Gold. This win takes Tora Gold to the 2-1 pool which is already occupied by Mayoi and in the meantime, Omerta will have to fight back from 1-2.

The disqualification of QSKE Gaming meant that Round 3 would have only three matches. Noble Elite Red and Lil Surprise closed out the Brawl Stars night with another great match. Lil Surprise were clearly not in form tonight and they certainly couldn’t stand up to Noble Elite Red who played fantastic today. Noble Elite Red were able to win the game 3-0 and bring themselves a step closer to joining Noble Elite BLK in the playoffs.

Watch today’s three games by clicking on the video below:

 Check out the current Brawl Stars rankings HERE!

Mayoi breeze past Lil Surprise; QSKE Gaming disqualified!

The second Brawl Stars SWISS round is now concluded and moving forward, the League will feature one less team for the remainder of the season.

To start off this week of A1 Adria League, Mayoi challenged Lil Surprise and pulled off a convincing win against their Croatian opponents. Mayoi was dominant since the very start of the game and didn’t let Lil Surprise get a single point, winning the match 3:0. This win now puts Mayoi on the top of the table along with Noble Elite BLK ahead of the third round. Lil Surprise, on the other hand, will enter round three with a 1-1 score.

The second match was forfeited by QSKE Gaming, again. They weren’t able to find three of their four players for the match and were forced to give up the match without even playing it. Seeing as this is their second forfeit in a row, QSKE Gaming is now disqualified from this season of the A1 Adria League. While this season is over for the organization, the players – Šaba, Skendo i need you, Golub, and MIKEKING, will not be allowed to participate in the eighth season as well. Furthermore, it seems that the players will not be representing QSKE in the future.

The Mayoi vs. Lil Surprise duel can be watched below:

Check out the round 2 Brawl Stars standings HERE!

QSKE forfeit; Mayoi win their match versus Omerta

With today’s matches coming to an end, we know the teams that will be heading into the second Brawl Stars SWISS round as a part of the 1-0 pool – Tora Gold, Lil Surprise, Noble Elite BLK, and Mayoi.

Just like last week, one of the matches was forfeited and we watched just one game of Brawl Stars. This time, some of QSKE Gaming’s players were unable to play and the team ended up forfeiting the match against Noble Elite BLK. The former Good Game Gold now has one win, unlike their colleagues from Noble Elite Red, who recently lost to Tora Gold.

The only match of the day was a clash between Mayoi and Omerta, the team that was known as Wolves until recently. And again, just like last week, the one match that was played showed the level of the competitive Brawl Stars scene in the region and skills that both teams and. Omerta and Mayoi played up until the very last minute. In the end, however, Mayoi was the team that clinched the victory over their fierce opponents.

You can check out the current A1 Adria League Brawl Stars standings HERE.

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.

 

FIFA21

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.

CS:GO Schedule 1