Arslan ‘Ash’ of Pakistan wins the Jemputan Teken 7 Championship and claims yet another title

Arslan “Ash” Siddiqui, a legendary figure in Pakistani esports, won the “Jemputan Tekken 7 Championship” in Sepang, Malaysia on Sunday, adding yet another accolade to his illustrious career.

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The Tekken 7 veteran was first defeated 2-0 by Kkokkoma in winners round 2, but he rallied well to defeat LowHigh’s Shaheen 3-1 in the grand final with his Kunimitsu.

Last week, Siddiqui won the Uprising Korea 2023 tournament after beating South Korea’s Galgonge in the final 3-0.

He won the title in Las Vegas in August of this year, making history as a four-time EVO champion.

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The only person in the world to win Tekken 7’s coveted tournament four times is Siddiqui. He won the championship in both Japan and Las Vegas in 2019 and did it again this year.

He was crowned the “best E-Player of 2019” by EPSN and is widely regarded as the greatest Tekken player of all time.

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In addition, he is the “CEO 2021 champion” and the victor of the “2022 combo breaker Tekken 7” competition, having overcome all ten of his rivals to claim the title.

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