Pakistan’s Arslan ‘Ash’ takes home another title, wins Jemputan Tekken 7 Championship

Arslan “Ash” Siddiqui, a famous e-sports player from Pakistan, won the “Jemputan Tekken 7 Championship” in Sepang, Malaysia, on Sunday, adding another feather to his already impressive cap.

At first, the Tekken 7 expert was behind 2-0 to Kkokkoma in winners round 2. But he made a strong comeback by using Kunimitsu to beat LowHigh’s Shaheen 3-1 in the grand final.

Siddiqui won the Uprising Korea 2023 event last week by beating Galgonge of South Korea 3-0 in the final.

He won the EVO title four times, the last time in August of this year in Las Vegas.

He is the only person in the world to have won the Tekken 7 tournament four times. In 2019, he won the title in both Japan and Las Vegas. He did the same thing again this year.

He was named the “best E-Player of 2019” by EPSN and is thought to be the best Tekken player of all time by many.

He also won the “CEO 2021 champion” title and the “2022 combo breaker Tekken 7” competition by beating all 10 of his opponents.

Written by Istafa Ali


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