It’s a regional esports league operated as a part of the ESL by Turtle Entertainment GmbH.
A1 Adria League provides a proving ground and professional esports environment for teams and players in the Adriatic region. A1 Adria League challenges the best teams and players to compete for the title “champion of A1 Adria League” and prize money.
Eligibility to participate in the A1 Adria League depends on the game, because there are different rules between team games (CS:GO, Dota2) and the solo games (Hearthstone, Clash Royale).
Players (most of the players in team games) must be from one of the following countries: Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia or Slovenia
To be able to compete in the A1 Adria League all players and teams must have a profile on the ESL Play platform which is used for qualifiers, matches, etc. and make sure to follow the official rules.
Everything about the registration process can be found on the ESL Play support page or ESL Adria Discord.
To keep up to date the best option is to follow official social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) and the official page of the League.
Clash Royale in Season 4 will consist out of monthly qualifiers in which are players earning points and the 8 players with the most points advance to monthly final. Each open qualifier includes 20€ prize pool for the winner while monthly finals include 150€ prize pool. Top 4 players from each of the two monthly finals will advance to online playoff to try and secure one of the four spots that lead to LAN finals.
Yes, all players can compete in the qualifiers as long as they don’t qualify for the online playoffs.
For Clash Royale the prize pool distribution will be as it follows: Monthly qualifiers (20€ each)
Monthly finals (150€ each)
Prize money can be sent as cheque, or via bank transfer or a valid PayPal account.
All prize money should ideally be paid out 90 days after the League finals have been completed if winners provided valid payment information.
LAN finals of the Season 4 of A1 Adria League will be held in Zagreb, Croatia, at the Reboot InfoGamer 2019 starting 15th-17th of November. Exact date may differ depending on the game in question. (For example: Dota 2 LAN finals may not be played on the same day as Clash Royale finals)
The League will provide accommodation for the players or the option to receive certain amount of money instead of it.
No. All players that qualify for the LAN finals will be provided pass for the Reboot InfoGamer.