On the first day of the competition, we found out the winners of the mobile game Brawl Stars – Salada de Frutas. They were especially pleased with the direct ticket to the finals of the Clash of Leagues international competition, which will be held in Salzburg on July 1. For the second year in a row, we will find out which of the best Brawl Stars gamers from five European leagues – A1 esports League, A1 Gaming League, VOKA League, Swisscom Hero League and A1 Adria League, will win the pan-European winning title.
Tarik “amke” Novo won the A1 Adria League for the fourth time in a row, although it started with two defeats in the group stage. Marko “mrky” Matančić did his best, but the experienced veteran of Amka still won with 3: 2.
The Macedonian five BLUEJAYS has been one of the best CS: GO teams we have had the opportunity to watch for some time now. They confirmed their form in the ninth season by beating BLINK 2-0, which, in addition to a cash prize and the prestigious title of A1 Adria League winner, also secured them a place in the Adria CS: GO Championship 2022.
“Behind us is the unforgettable ninth season of the A1 Adria League, whose grand finale brought a lot of joy to the participants and sports fans. I want to thank our players who respected fair play during the competition, opponents and zero
tolerance of hate speech. It is important for us that as a regional sports leader we participate every day in building a healthy gaming ecosystem, and competitions like A1 Adria League allow us to do that, “said Iva Ančić, Head of Brand and Marketing Communications at A1 Croatia.
In addition to spectacular gamer matches transmitted by gigabit speeds and low latency of the A1 optical network, this year’s program also included interesting panel discussions on how to behave in a “toxic” environment, a diet that leads to the best gamer results, and exercises to maintain physical fitness. vitality despite the time spent at the computer.
As A1 Croatia always thinks of the needs, in cooperation with the Center for Missing and Abused Children, a humanitarian action was held to purchase a device intended for a blind eleven-year-old boy Luka.
At the same time, the Pannonian Challenge was held in Osijek, with which A1 Croatia has been cooperating for the eleventh year in a row. Visitors to one of the world’s most prestigious competitions in extreme sports were pleasantly surprised by the traveling gaming station A1 Adria League. Extreme athletes, their fans and all the long ones who found themselves in Osijek could try out some of the world’s most popular games on mobile devices, computers or PlayStation consoles.