Arslan Ash makes history with fourth EVO Tekken Championship victory


Arslan ‘Ash’ Siddique, a professional fighting game player of Tekken by Bandai Namco Entertainment of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, has created history by winning a EVO championship.

On Sunday, Pakistan’s Tekken prodigy secured his place in gaming history as a four-time EVO champion by winning the title in Las Vegas, the 25th-most populous city in the United States.

He delivered a flawless 3-0 triumph over Japan’s AO in the grand finale on Sunday. He showed his dominance by overpowering Ulsan 2-1 in the semi-final.

Arslan Siddique, who is considered one of the best Tekken players in the world, showcased his extraordinary talents in the US. He won this feat in Tekken 7. 

Arslan Siddique, better known as Arslan Ash, is best known as a player who brings the Pakistani Tekken scene to mainstream attention. He is considered by many as the ultimate Tekken player.

He also won the prestigious ESPN Best E-Player of 2019 award. According to reports, he also won in the CEO 2021 Championship and the 2022 Combo Breaker Tekken 7 tournament, wherein he defeated all 10 of his opponents. In his career, the famous Pakistani has reportedly won EVO In Las Vegas 2019 & 2023 and EVO JAPAN 2019 & 2023.

The Pakistani professional fighting game player of Tekken was born in Lahore, Pakistan, on August 20, 1995. This year, he represented Pakistan in the Tekken 7 Nations Cup. He defeated South Korea in the final. He won $500,000 in prize money. Yesterday, he defeated Japanese player Akihiro “Ao” Abe in the grand final.

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The Gamers8 Tekken 7 Nations Cup, which was hosted in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia last month, showcased Arslan’s contributions to Pakistan’s gaming industry. Along with Khan Imran and Atif Butt, the Pakistani team won against South Korea in the thrilling championship match.

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