Arslan Ash has yet again proved that Pakistani’s have great potential at ESports. The Pakistani player won the International World UFL Tournament defeating 120 pro international players. Arslan has again put Pakistan on the top of Esports Tekken 7 tournaments with his success on the international level. Arslan is Pakistan’s most underrated star despite his major success on the international stage.
Arslan Ash – Tournament Successes
Originally known for his professional gameplay in the Tekken and The King of Fighters series, Ash has several world titles to his name. Defeating the greats of the game, he cemented his place in the top category of Tekken players. With the win in the EVO Japan 2019, defeating the likes of Knee, Chanel, Book, LowHigh, Jimmyjtran, and AK, Arslan won the tournament with massive success.
With this win in the year 2021, Ash has proved that he is the better version of his previous 2019 champion version. The champion thanked his friends, family, and supporters around the world after the win.
After a massive year, with 6 championship wins, Ash won the Kumite 2020 tournament in Tennessee with a score of 3:0 in the final showdown against Trungy with the character ‘Zafina’.
Retaining the title at EVO 2019, Arsalan swept through the winners while using ‘Geese’ and defeating Knee again in the finals with ‘Kazumi’. 2019 proved to be the most successful year for the young champ of Pakistan. With 6 championship wins, he proved that he has more potential than the international professionals and is a tough competition for them.
Before the massive success in the year 2019, Arslan defeated the Tekken legend Knee at the OUG Tournament 2018, he was also ranked at number 1 in Tekken Tag Tournament 2. This tournament brought him to the limelight of the international Esports championship which led him to international fame but lacked the recognition he deserved from his homeland.
Arslan Ash – The Pakistani Tekken Legend
The Esports legend has yet again stood up to his reputation at the international level and won the 2021 International World UFL Tournament. The 25-year-old defeated fellow Pakistani Esports player with a score of 5:2 to become the champion of the tournament, proving that Pakistan has great potential at international level Esports gaming.
Arslan – The young guy from Lahore Pakistan, came from a middle-class family, with a plan to become a doctor. Whilst his passion for games led him to be found in the gaming arcade across his house, everyone could see his passion for gaming since he was a child.
- vSlash Esports | 2018-07-27 – 2021-01-01
- Red Bull Esports | Present – 2019-11-12
- FATE Esports | Present – 2021-02-21
With a crucial choice, Arslan Ash proved that his choice of gaming over his professional higher level studies (Chartered Accountancy) was a better option. Stopping has never been an option for the champ, he was the first Pakistan-based athlete to join the Red Bull family making a history
With winning top esports events and esports athlete of the year award for 2019, it is very clear what the tekken master is upto next. Backing up his game with both his go-to characters Geese and Kazumi, Arslan and his 8 hour practice is a sound example of his dominance in tournaments till now and beyond.