The 3rd season of A1 Adria League has already started!

Although we have some exciting news our goal remains the same - Bringing the esports in the Adria region to a new level! We will try to achieve that by being the proving grounds for regional teams and talents by giving them the opportunity to experience esports and competition on a higher instance. First steps are always the hardest ones and because of that, we want to be your first step into professional esports!

Clash Royale and the surprise

Competition in all of the four games this season will be played completely online. First starting with the Clash Royale qualifiers, following similar system from the previous season. Players will gather points through the month by competing in the qualifiers. Top 4 players after first three qualifiers in May, and same for the June, will battle it out in the online playoffs for the main prize of 1000 euros! Every of the six qualifiers also includes the prize of 20 euros for the winner. The fourth and the last game will be announced soon.

CS:GO and the new addition to the League

In mid-May we’ll start with the qualifiers for our PC games - Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and DotA 2. Both qualifiers starting on the weekend of 25th and 26th of May, and then again weekend after. Qualifiers will be played in single elimination bracket with Top 4 teams advancing to the playoffs from each. Online playoffs with the 8 of the best Dota 2 in the region will be held 8th and 9th of June with the prize pool of 2000 euros, and CS:GO playoffs will follow the week later. Two of the best CS:GO and Dota 2 teams will earn their spot in the group stage of the next season starting later this year!

Season 4

The fourth season of A1 Adria League for PC titles will be composed of open and closed qualifiers, online group stage, playoffs and LAN finals. Qualifiers will start mid August after which we’ll have the group stage during the months of September and October. Playoffs will be held right before the LAN finals which will start on 15th of November! Remember, two of the best Dota 2 and CS:GO teams from season 3 will advance directly to the group stage for season 4. Clash Royale in the season 4 will have weekly cups with 20 euros prize pool each, 2 monthly finals with 150 euros prize pool and four of the best players after the LAN finals will split 1500 euros. Prize pool for mobile games will be 1960 euros each and of course 10.000 euros for the best CS:GO and Dota 2 teams in the Adria region. Adding up to 30.000 euros for the best players in 2019!

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