Pakistani gamer Arslan 'Ash' Siddiqui wins world Tekken 7 competition (VIDEO)

10:38 AM | 14 Apr, 2021
Pakistani gamer Arslan 'Ash' Siddiqui wins world Tekken 7 competition (VIDEO)
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KARACHI – Pakistani gamer Arslan "Ash" Siddiqui Monday defeated 120 players to win the World Ultimate Fight League E-gaming finals held in Ukraine’s capital.

WUFL, the World Ultimate Fight League, is one of the biggest fighting game championships globally, inviting top-class e-gamers from around the world.

The latest monumental win of 25-year-old ‘Ash’ once again puts Pakistan on the gaming world map as one of the top E-gaming countries and establishes its dominance in E-sports.

Speaking about the recent win, Siddiqui said I send my praises to Allah, and I am very grateful for the hospitality and generosity of all the organizers, staff, and players.

Thank you to my friends, family, and supporters around the world, I feel so lucky and happy to win this tournament.

He went head to head against another Pakistani player Awais Honey in the final and won the title with a 5:2 score on the board. He was awarded a grand prize of $15,000 for his victory, while the second-best Honey got $10,000, and bronze-medalist JDCR received $8,000.

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