Arslan ‘Ash’ Siddiqui, a Pakistani gamer, beat 120 opponents to win the World Ultimate Fight League E-gaming finals in Ukraine’s capital on Monday.
The World Ultimate Fight League, or WUFL, is one of the most prestigious fighting game tournaments in the world, attracting top-tier e-gamers from all over the globe.
The recent historic victory of 25-year-old Arslan ‘Ash’ reaffirms Pakistan’s supremacy in E-sports and places it on the gaming world map as one of the top E-gaming nations.
This is only the beginning…
— WUFL | #WePlayUFL (@WePlayUFL) April 12, 2021
Siddiqui expressed his gratitude to Allah for the recent victory, saying, “I give my praises to Allah, and I am thankful for the hospitality and loyalty of all the organizers, workers, and players.”
I send my praises to Allah, and I am very grateful for the hospitality and generosity of all the organizers, staff and players @WePlayUFL .
I feel so lucky and happy to win this amazing event for Tekken 7 in 2021!
Thank you to my friends, family and supporters around the world. pic.twitter.com/yUPWRMnUz6
— FATE | RB | Arslan Ash 🕷🍀 (@ArslanAsh95) April 12, 2021
In the final, he faced another Pakistani player, Awais Honey, and won 5:2 on the scoreboard. For his win, he won a grand prize of $15,000, while the second-placed Honey received $10,000 and the bronze-medalist JDCR received $8,000.