Pakistan’s Arslan Ash Crowned The Tekken 7 Evo World Champion

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  • Pakistan’s Arslan Ash is crowned as the champion of Tekken 7.
  • He’s the surprise winner of the Tekken tournament held in Japan as well.
  • More than 1800 players participated in this year’s Tekken tournament.
  • The final round of the event featured 8 top professional players from four countries.
  • This year’s Evo 2019 was bigger than ever because over 9,000 total players participated in different E games.
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Pakistan’s Arslan Ash tops the Tekken 7 tournament – photo source Twitter Evo/file.

Pakistan’s Arslan Ash is crowned as the champion of Tekken 7 at the world’s biggest and prestigious fighting game tournament Evo 2019. However, this is not the first time that Arslan Siddique who is named as Ash has made it to the Tekken 7 tournament as he was the surprise winner of the Tekken tournament held in Japan earlier this year.

More than 1800 players participated in this year’s Tekken tournament to win the prize of $18,990 and Arslan tops them all becoming the first-ever Pakistani player to participate and win the event since it begins in 2011.

“I feel that I’ve done something unbelievable, I’m feeling very proud and very happy,” said Arslan during an interview session with ESPN Esports.

It is the dream of every gamer to win Evo – the biggest tournament in the world so it’s also my dream to win Evo, he expressed adding that now he has fulfilled his dream with hard work and with the support of family and friends.

The final round of the event featured 8 top professional players from four countries including the USA and South Korea but Pakistan’s Arslan Ash made the history by defeating his arch-rival and previous GOAT (greatest of all times) South Korean Holy Knee in a decisive comfortable victory.

Here’s the historic final:

 

Also See: International Documentary Covers Pakistani Tekken Champion Arsalan Ash’s Journey To The Glory

The main games that were included in this year’s Evo tournament are Super Smash Bros, Ultimate, Street Fighter 5, Tekken 7, Cross Tag Battle and many others. This year’s tournament was bigger than ever because over 9,000 total players participated in the games.

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