For Clash of Leagues, the best teams from these European eSports leagues will compete in the ultimate Brawl Stars showdown.Here is everything you need to know about our leagues.
A1 Adria League
A1 Adria League is the regional esports seasonal competition founded by A1 Hrvatska back in 2017. It is the largest league in the Southeast Europe gathering the best esports players and teams from 8 countries: Croatia, Serbia, North Macedonia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, and Albania.
Last year, as much as 6 thousand players competed in multi-game tournaments, and the current 7th season features four popular titles: CS:GO, FIFA21, Brawl Stars and League of Legends. Regardless of platform or format, A1 Adria League is all about providing a proving ground and professional esports environment for teams and players across the Adriatic region.
A1 eSports League Austria
Founded in 2017, A1 eSports League Austria grew into Austria’s biggest eSports league and into a significant platform providing young esports talents and esports pros from the GSA-region with a professional environment and stage. In 2020 over 15,000 esports players participated in A1 eSports League Austria and fought in over 256 hours for the trophy.
Currently in their 7th season A1 eSports provides esports fans with tournaments and broadcastings in Brawl Stars, Clash Royale, League of Legends and VALORANT, as well as with yearly grand offline final events where the local community meets up.
A1 Gaming League
A1 Gaming League is the biggest esports league in Bulgaria with more than 15,000 participants from all over the country. In the 2021 season, the best teams and players were fighting for the total prize fund of BGN 50,000! Everyone had a chance to compete in the main games of the league program – League of Legends (team), Counter-Strike: GO (team) and FIFA21 (individual), and collect points during the qualifiers.
The Grand Finals of A1 Gaming League, hosted online in June got the attention of more than 100 000 unique viewers. A1 Gaming League is supported by Huawei, OMEN and Monster Energy.
Swisscom Hero League
The Swisscom Hero League grew to be the biggest esports league in Switzerland since its foundation in 2018. Over 400k unique viewers enjoyed watching the best swiss players in 2020 via Twitch and blue TV. Season 6 is just around the corner and we are excited for the next highlight.
The aim of Swisscom is to enable the swiss esports scene and give local players a platform to grow their skills and rise to become national champions. The Swisscom Hero League currently features the following esports titles with a total prize pool of CHF 18k: League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Clash Royale.
VOKA League is the esports league for Belarusian players founded in 2019 by A1 Belarus. Join VOKA League and compete in Dota 2, CS:GO and Valorant amongst the best esports pros.