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OMERT4 takes their first title in the A1 Adria League!

Saturday and the first day of Reboot Games Weekend brought us not only a FIFA23 champion but also the best Brawl Stars team in the region. After two seasons, Salada de Frutas has been dethroned and the new and talented players from OMERT4 are the new kings. OMERT4 won the finals after a dominant performance throughout the whole tournament.

A well-deserved win for OMERT4

Unlike the sportsmanship we saw between brstimir and Gruby in Saturday’s FIFA final, the Brawl Stars finale was full of sparks and tension. The famous three-man team Salada de Frutas and Andrey, DzonDzon, and Lavvek didn’t manage to defend the title this season. Previously they had won two consecutive titles in A1 Adria League. Instead, a young and talented OMERT4 took their well-deserved win in the Brawl Stars competition. Protic, Decai, and Bogdan were amazing on the stage and it could be seen on their faces how much winning the championship would mean to them.

OMERT4 Brawl Stars champions

Since the start of the tenth A1 Adria League season in Brawl Stars, OMERT4 showed dominant performance. They finished the group stage in first place with an overall of 290 points. In the playoffs, they eliminated GreekGod, and third-placed Jazavci.

Before the finals, the two teams met in the playoffs, and Salada came out victorious in that duel. OMERT4 however took their revenge and with a 3:1 score took the trophy and the right to call themselves the best Brawl Stars team in the region. How dominant the performance from OMERT4 was shown in the fact that they didn’t lose a single set in the finals. Salada de Frutas, as they came from the upper bracket, got an automatic win before the start, and that’s the only win they got that day. Everyone was amazed, from casters to the audience, how OMERT4 could easily outplay Salada. And we could see the disappointment, anger, and anxiety in the members of Salada as they were closer and closer to losing the competition. Eventually, it happened and OMERT4 took home a 900€ prize.

A1 Adria League Season 10 Group Stage is about to kick off!

Qualifiers for CS:GO, Brawl Stars, and FIFA are officially over. Players in those three games are now entering the group stage. In the remaining four games qualifiers will be announced in time with League of Legends being played first on the 8th of October. Playdays for CS:GO, Brawl Stars and FIFA will remain mostly the same. CS:GO will be played on Wednesdays and Sundays, Brawl Stars on Thursdays, and FIFA on Fridays. There will be some exceptions so please check the detailed schedule below.

A1 Adria League Season 10 CS:GO Group Stage

Eight teams will compete in the CS:GO SWISS group stage. Teams KATAI and Velez Mostar were the first two teams to qualify for the group stage. KTRL and Psihocastic managed to do so in the second open qualifier which means we’ll be seeing some well-known names in the tenth season like sarenii, dEE and Katalic on the Romanian side and Salted, andr1x, brky, rbfurious, and SkippeR for Psihocastic. Zero Tenacity and ILLYRIANS grabbed the last two spots from the qualifiers. BLINK and Aloha are two invited teams directly to the group stage. BLINK recently represented the region in the Clash of Leagues while Aloha is somewhat of surprise. There is no reason to worry, you’ll find out who those guys are soon enough! The group stage will be played in SWISS format with matches being Bo1 while deciding matches will be played in Bo3 series.

Schedule: 

Swiss #1  – 5.10.2022.
Swiss #2 – 9.10.2022.
Swiss #3 R1 – 12.10.2022.
Swiss #3 R2 – 16.10.2022.
Swiss #4 R1 – 19.10.2022.
Swiss #4 R2 – 23.10.2022.
Swiss #5 – 2.11.2022.

A1 Adria League Season 10 Brawl Stars Group Stage

After four open qualifiers, we finally found out which teams will compete in Season 10 of the A1 Adria League in Brawl Stars. Jazavci, OMERT4, and Salada de Frutas are all back for another clash of the titans. Rolex, GreekGod, La Aquilla, Extreme Masters, and La Remontada will try to contest the top teams from previous seasons. Brawl Stars will be played every Thursday. Set your reminders because this looks like another season you really don’t want to miss. The Top 4 teams will advance from the SWISS group stage to the playoffs.

Brawl Stars final standings

Schedule:

Swiss #1  – 6.10.2022.
Swiss #2 – 13.10.2022.
Swiss #3 – 20.10.2022.
Swiss #4 – 27.10.2022.
Swiss #5 – 3.11.2022.

A1 Adria League Season 10 FIFA 23 Group Stage

The important thing to note is that after the qualifiers we are switching from FIFA 22 to FIFA 23. Players had some time to adjust and build their teams. Tarik “Novo” Novo (amke) dominated the leaderboard in the qualifiers with 220 points. At this point, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Novo is confirming his spot as the best FIFA player in the region. In the upcoming season, we’ll be watching esad1memic and brstimir again, excellent players that were challenging Novo in previous seasons. Gruby managed to secure second place with overall 160 points and is looking really good going into the group stage. Hara grabbed third place with 130 points. The same amount that esad1memic has. Brstimir is just below them. The remaining three players are Sardinho213Encika, and BrunoGuimaraes21. Every season we have at least one underdog that pops up into the scene and brings chaos amongst the favorites. Who will it be this season? The format will be the same as for Brawl Stars. Five rounds of SWISS after which the Top 4 will advance to the playoffs.

FIFA22 fourth qualifier standings

Schedule:

Swiss #1  – 7.10.2022.
Swiss #2 – 12.10.2022.
Swiss #3 – 14.10.2022.
Swiss #4 – 21.10.2022.
Swiss #5 – 28.10.2022.

All of the matches will be available LIVE on the official A1 Adria League channels!

Jazavci won the last Brawl Stars qualifier; teams ready for group stage

With a short delay, the Brawl Stars qualifiers are finally finished. Many surprises occurred during this season’s qualifier cups. The top eight teams are ready for the group stage of the A1 Adria League, and the leader of the BS competition is team OMERT4, followed by Jazavci and Salada de Frutas.

OMERT4 dominant; Salada failed to win a single qualifier

The final standings for the Brawl Stars qualifiers are here. After many exciting and intense matches, we have our 8 contenders. They will fight against each other and try to win the title in the 10th A1AL season. We have seen the same names trying to achieve more points in the last qualifier. On the one side of the bracket, Salada de Frutas eliminated their opponents and reached the finals. While on the other side, we saw Jazavci dominate the competition. Salada won against two previous qualifier winners, GreekGod and OMERT4, but in the finals they failed, as Jazavci won the duel with a 2:0 score.

All four qualifiers went into the hands of different teams. Rolex, OMERT4, GreekGod, and Jazavci all won 100 points. The big surprise was Salada de Frutas, who usually manages to win two or three qualifiers. But now they didn’t win a single one. This season is the first where Salada isn’t at the top of the table, and it’s the first to have the eighth team qualify with only 80 points. The last season’s champions however still have enough points for the next stage. In fact, they are in third place with an overall of 170 points.

At the end of the qualifiers, OMERT4 is in first place with 290 points, followed by Jazavci who have 220 points. Salada the Frutas is third, as already mentioned, while Rolex and GreekGod share fourth place with the same amount of points, an overall of 140. The Brawl Stars group stage begins on October 6th, so don’t miss it! We may crown an underdog team this year!

Brawl Stars final standings

OMERT4 wins the second Brawl Stars qualifier

Already we are at half of our qualifier cups in the A1 Adria League. Two qualifiers are already finished, and the leader with the most points is team OMERT4, who showed outstanding performance in both cups.

OMERT4 and Salada at the top

As you remember last week we had our first Brawl Stars qualifier that went into the hands of team Rolex, while OMERT4 was in second place. Now they improved their game even more and came out victorious. On the other hand, the last year’s champions Salada de Frutas made their significant return to the stage with an appearance in the final. Unfortunately, Lavvek, DzonDzon, and Andrey didn’t manage to win the final, so they took home 70 points.

In the second qualifier, we have seen again teams such as Jazavci, Extreme Masters, Rolex, and many more. But the competition yesterday had to go into the hands of OMERT4 and Salada. Both teams were excellent last night, and they made it to the finals without losing a single game. OMERT4 with first place this week, and second last week, has an overall of 170 points. They are now sitting at the top of the table. Rolex is second with 120 points, while the third is Salada de Frutas with 80 points.

The whole competition is wide open, so there is still time to earn points and enter the 10th season of the A1 Adria League. You can already sign up for the next one HERE.

Brawl Stars standings

 

Salada de Frutas claims second place at Clash of Leagues

The A1 Adria League‘s ninth-season winners Salada de Frutas won second place in the pan-European competition Clash of Leagues in Salzburg! Andrey, DzonDzon, and Lavvek bettered their result from the last season when they finished Top 4.

Clash of Leagues finals in Salzburg

The Clash of Leagues finals at LEVEL UP – The Gaming Festival in Salzburg saw the winners of A1 Adria League, Swisscom Hero League, and A1 eSports League battle it out for the trophy. The format was three teams round-robin for a total prize pool of 3000€.

The draw went in the way of opponents which meant Salada de Frutas had to play the first two opening matches. In their first match against Aurora Esports, the winners of the Austrian A1 eSports League they showcased some resistance and played well but didn’t manage to close it out. In the end, they lost 3-0, altho the result doesn’t tell the full story of how that match-up played out.

Lavvek and co. stayed on stage for their second match. The Swisscom Hero League’s winners mYinsanity stepped on stage. In the first map, Salada de Frutas had everything they needed to take the win but in the end, mYinsanity managed to clutch it out. Salada de Frutas then showed great mental fortitude and won the remaining of maps and games. Once Aurora Esports defeated mYinsanity, Salada de Frutas secured second place.

  1. Aurora Esports (1600€)
  2. Salada de Frutas (800€)
  3. mYinsanity (600€)

Congratulations to Salada de Frutas for their amazing result and sportsmanship. Another important thing to note is that Clash of Leagues will be back this year but with a different game, so stay tuned!

DzonDzon: We are going to Salzburg to lift the trophy!

Salada de Frutas successfully defended the Brawl Stars title in the ninth A1 Adria League season. Without any trouble, they managed to reach the finals, defeat DOGS, and take their second consecutive title. We talked with the captain of the team DzonDzon about the season, Clash of Leagues, their plans, and more.

Congratulations on winning the title. How does it feel to be at the top of the regional Brawl Stars scene?

Firstly I would like to thank everyone for congratulating us. The feeling is great, it isn’t a small thing to be the best team in the region.

You finished the group stage, playoff, and the complete tournament without much trouble. In the playoffs, you didn’t lose a single match. What affected such good performance of the team? 

My personal opinion is that what influenced this performance is mostly knowledge about the draft. At the moment with six bans, if you do a good draft, that’s probably set in your favor.

What is your opinion about this year’s competition? Did someone at any point in the playoff come close to surprising you and would you single out some team as your hardest opponent? 

As I mentioned before, the competition this year was stronger than ever. Each team in the playoff was very good, but as I have said the lack of draft knowledge cost them the win against us. As the hardest opponent, I would single out DOGS. The guys from DOGS really made a noticeable improvement since last year.

You had successfully defended the title this season. Which one was harder to win, the eighth or this, the ninth season of the A1 Adria League, and why?

The eighth season was harder to win that’s for sure. Last season in the finals we were losing with a 1:2 score, our opponents were at match point, but we managed to reverse sweep and win the whole thing. So in my opinion that was the hardest and the most interesting final so far.

You don’t have much time to rest and gather impressions, seeing that the next month Clash of Leagues in Salzburg is starting. Have you already prepared for it?

We are always ready for new tournaments, especially if they involve a LAN event.

Last year you lost in the semifinals and you were really close to winning the tournament. What are your expectations and plans for the upcoming Clash of Leagues?

Yes, last year we weren’t lucky, because the first match that we played in Salzburg was against SK Gaming, and it is a known fact that SK was the best team in the EU, maybe even in the world. This year we are going there to lift the trophy.

Do you intend to be a part of the tenth A1AL season as well and once again try to defend the title? 

Of course, we are planning to sign up for the tenth season, and our plans are to win it again. Firstly though we would like to win Clash of Leagues, and then we are going to focus on the new A1AL season.

Salada de Frutas take the second consecutive A1AL title!

The ninth season of the A1 Adria League is coming to an end, and you can follow the end of the season on our Twitch and Youtube channel. The Brawl Stars competition in A1AL has gotten its champion for this season. Salada de Frutas is again the champion, and they will take home the 1100€ prize!

Salada without any trouble takes the title

DzonDzon and his team in this tournament showed from start to finish an impeccable performance. None of the teams stood close to them, and in the end, they won the whole thing as expected.

In the semifinals, the champion played against DOGS, who had no chance of winning. They stomped DOGS without giving them an opportunity to fight back. In the other semifinal, Big F was against team Jazavci. The match between these two teams was, to say the least, intense. They both showed great performance until Big F lost the momentum, and that gave their opponents the only chance they needed to finish the game in their favor. Jazavci then went on to fight Salada in the upper bracket final.

On the other side of the bracket, the lower one, DOGS were now fighting to stay in the playoffs against Big F. DOGS came out victorious and Big F ended the competition in fourth place. As Salada once again dominated their opponents and took down Jazavci without any trouble, team Jazavci fell down in the lower bracket too. DOGS were once again the victors in the lower bracket where they took down Jazavci and earned another chance to take revenge over Salada de Frutas in the grand finals.

In the grand finals, we have seen Salada again sweep DOGS with the result of 3:0, and for that, they needed only 21 minutes. This team didn’t lose a single game in the playoffs, and with the perfect 9:0 result defended the title.

  1. Salada de Frutas – 1100€
  2. DOGS – 600€
  3. Jazavci – 300€

Brawl Stars bracket

 

Will Salada de Frutas defend the title?

The final week of the ninth A1 Adria League season is just days away. Many Brawl Stars teams battled for the top 4 spots in the playoff stage but the teams that actually did it are Salada de Frutas, Big F, Jazavci, and DOGS.

Salada coming into the playoff as a favorite

The first team who actually went through the group stage and secured the playoffs is as expected Salada de Frutas. These guys are the defending champions, and it’s not a surprise we are seeing them here once again. Salada didn’t lose a single match in the group stage, and with the perfect 3:0 score advanced further. Their games mostly ended with Salada dominating and a lot is now expected from them.

DzonDzon: This season the playoff is quite strong. The teams have improved a lot since last year. And that means that the playoff phase will be very interesting to watch and play. But our expectations remain the same, our goal is to win the 9th season of the A1 Adria League.”

Two teams that in the same round went through to the playoffs of the ninth season of the A1 Adria League are Big F and Jazavci. Big F had the best performance, right after Salada, and it was expected from them to reach the top 4. Jazavci also showed determination and will to be shortlisted, and as we have seen since the beginning of the tournament, they didn’t weaver. The winner of the first Brawl Stars qualifier secured the third spot in the playoff stage.

Ćiro: “As the captain of the team Jazavci, the expectations of me and my teammates are high and we hope for a better placement. For the competition, I would say that this year it is better than in any of the previous seasons.”

The last and the only team with the 3:2 score to reach the playoff stage is DOGS. They just recently acquired this spot by defeating the team You Lose. Both of these teams had the same chance of making it to the top 4 but in the end, it was DOGS. It remains to be seen if this team has what it takes to make an upset in the final week of the ninth A1AL season.

As expected Salada de Frutas secures the playoff!

Last night another round of the Brawl Stars tournament in our A1 Adria League was played. This round was important, seeing that we said goodbye to one team, and one secured the first spot in the next stage of the competition. It was Salada de Frutas, the defending champion that managed to sweep Big F and secure the playoff. On the other hand, Skeleton Army is the first team that was eliminated last night.

Salada de Frutas justified the role of favorite

We had the overall of 4 matchups yesterday. The first was played between You Lose and DOGS. Both had a 1:1 score before this duel and now You Lose has an advantage. Namely, they defeated their opponent with a 3:1 score. You Lose will play next round to qualify for playoffs, while DOGS will need a win to stay in the league.

The second match was between the teams in the same situation. Both Jazavci and BalkanKids had a 1:1 score, but after 5 games it was Jazavci who came on top and secured themselves a good position. Both teams rotated their picks during the games and played for the element of surprise. As they both took 2 maps, the fifth was deciding and it was LordTodor who took Jazavci to victory.

The last two matches of the day were played for the playoff, and for staying in the league. The match between 33 Esports and Skeleton Army was the one for staying in the league. And the team that stayed was 33, again with an automatic win because Skeleton Army couldn’t find a sub. They are now with a 0:3 score eliminated from A1AL.

The last match was all everyone has been waiting for. Two top teams fighting for the first spot in the playoff stage of the Brawl Stars competition. Salada de Frutas and Big F both had no losses in the last two rounds. Salada was a huge favorite seeing that they are the defending champions. They proved that they are here to take yet another title with a clean 3:0 win over Big F. They didn’t let their opponent breathe, it was the fastest match played, and Big F didn’t manage to get a single set in either of the three games played last night. However, they are still looking good, while Salada de Frutas can now rest and wait for their opponents in the playoffs.

 

Lavvek & Flow are the new regional Brawl Stars champions!

After a flawless SWISS stage, the Salada de Frutas roster playing under Flow secured their well-deserved A1 Adria League Brawl Stars title.

Our first Reboot Online Games Week day was a BLAST. Both the segments during the day and the Brawl Stars playoffs provided our followers with plenty of entertainment and we have now crowned our Season 8 Brawl Stars champions. The four most successful teams of the regular season advanced to the double-elimination bracket we watched today. Flow (formerly known as Salada de Frutas) were the clear favorites heading into today’s matches, and they didn’t fail to disappoint. Flow and Winx Club started out the bracket with clean sweeps versus Lightning Strike and Omert4, respectively.

In the following elimination match, Omert4 succeeded in throwing Lightning Strike out of the tournament. Meanwhile, the biggest derby of the season saw Winx fall short to Flow in a nail-biting upper-bracket final (2-3). While Winx lost the upper final, they managed to climb back at the expense of Omerta and challenge Flow again. If the previous match was a nail-biter, we can’t find enough words to describe the grand final. With a lead of 2-0 against the clear favorites, only a single win separated Winx from the champion’s title. However, Lavvek finally did it! A massive comeback happened in the remainder of the game and on Brawl Ball, Flow claimed what was theirs since the beginning – the A1 Adria League title.

Brawl Stars Playoffs

The final Brawl Stars standings for the season:

1. Flow – €900
2. Winx Club – €600
3. Omert4 – €300
4. Lightning Strike – €200