Pakistan’s Arslan Ash is the ESPN Best Esports player of The Year

If you’re a gamer then it’s pretty unlikely that you haven’t heard about Arslan Ash.

The pro-gamer achieved huge success during the ongoing year. The 24-years-old became the first-ever unified EVO champion following his victory at the biggest Esports tournament for Tekken.

Now, Arslan Ash has been named the ESPN’s best Esports player of 2019. He clinched the award in both fan’s poll and ESPN’s choice.


Despite facing several visa issues, Ash managed to play in the biggest Esports gaming competition and made history. He also became first-ever Pakistani to join the Red Bull Athletes roster.

“When I started sports gaming, I always imagined how cool it would be to become a part of Red Bull athletes group, and now when I’m here, it’s a dream come true,” he said during an interview with a local media outlet.

With Arslan Ash holding the national flag high on the international stage, we hope the gaming community in the country will finally get the attention it deserves.


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  • Great.
    Congratulations to Arslan Ash.
    Hope he will continue the success stories for the other esports lovers & players.

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