Arslan Ash

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Player Information
Name:
Arslan Siddique
Country:
Status:
Active
Team:
vSlash eSports
Approx. Total Earnings:
$20,075.3
Links
Achievements
Evolution_Championship_Series/2019/Japan/T7
History
2018-07-27 - Present

Arslan "Arslan Ash" Siddique is a Pakistani fighting games player currently representing vSlash eSports.

Information[edit]

Arslan Ash was originally known for his play in The King of Fighters series, being recognized as the best KOF XIII & KOF XIV player from Pakistan. He got Number 1 Position in Tekken Tag 2 and KOF XIII both games in overall LDA Sponsored Events in Pakistan, At OUGaming 2018, Arslan Ash single-handedly beat the regional competition to qualify for the King of Fighters XIV Global Finals.

He already won the KOFGCC Tournament in Oman, Kuwait for both KOF XIV, Tekken 7.

In Tekken 7, Arslan Ash bursted into the scene after defeating Tekken legend Knee without losing a single game. He then followed this with a very unexpected win at EVO Japan 2019, defeating established players like Knee once again, Chanel, Book, LowHigh (Evo 2018 Champ), Jimmyjtran and finally AK with a bracket reset to win the entire tournament.

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier G Tournament Team Result Prize
2019-03-29 A77 - 8th A1Tier 1 True Gaming Invitational 2019 Geese Howard 0 : 2 Saudi ArabiaJin KazamaSora $1,500
2019-02-17 A11st A1Tier 1 Evolution Championship Series: Japan 2019 Kazumi Mishima 3 : 0
3 : 1
PhilippinesShaheenPaul PhoenixAK $13,575.3
2018-10-13 A11st A3Tier 3 OUG Tournament 2018 Kazumi Mishima 3 : 0 South KoreaClaudio SerafinoKnee $5,000
2018-07-15 A99 - 12th A2Tier 2 FV X SEA Major Malaysia 2018   Kazumi Mishima 1 : 2 JapanNobi $0
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

Trivia[edit]

  • Known for his Kazumi play in Tekken 7.
  • Acclaimed for his strong defense and overall fighting game fundamentals.

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