Arslan ‘Ash’ Siddiqui Won Tekken 7 at Evo 2019 Tournament2 min read

Arslan ‘Ash’ Siddiqui Won Tekken 7 at Evo 2019 tournament Proud for Pakistan Country

Pakistani gamer “Arslan Ash” Siddiqui Won the World Evo Championship on Sunday in Tekken 7 Championship at the Evolution Championship Series There are more than 1800 players who participated in this year’s Tekken tournament. In the final round of the 8 top professional players from 4 countries are selected.

“Arslan Ash” Siddiqui who played the Tekken 7 Championship at Las Vegas of the United States’ Nevada, in “Mandalay Bay Convention Center” which was held on August 4, 2019, and he goes by the username “Arslan Ash” in the game and  bowed down, touched his head to the ground in great honor as he was crowned the World’s Tekken 7 Champion.

Siddiqui, now 23, plays with the game character “Kazumi Mishima”, who is an opponent in the fighting game and also known the ex-wife of “Heihachi Mishima” and the daughter-in-law of “Jinpachi Mishima”.

In the Tekken 7 Grand Finale, Siddiqui beat South Korea’s legendary Jae-Min user name “Knee”. In a Facebook post on Monday, he expressed honor to his fans, and saying “Thanks With your Duas!”

His win is a rememberable one, because in light of the very fact that he was virtually a nobody in the Tekken community a year ago; now, however, he is the best Tekken 7 player in the whole world game community and beatable in 1800 player.

The Pakistani player Arslan Ash had also won the Evo Japan 2019 championship earlier this year, he started playing at the age of 11 and participating in the worldwide tournaments of the game in 2018.

According to Vice news they said,  he returned home with almost $14,000 in prize money.  and Said, “my parents are happy that I made my country proud”.

He entered the Tekken 7 scene when falling gaming legend Knee in the OUG Tournament 2018, without losing one game and shocking the whole community along with his outstanding performance.

Watch his fight with Knee here:

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