Arslan "Arslan Ash" Siddique - Fighting Game Player

Arslan Siddique
Date of Birth:
August 20, 1995
World Ranking:
Country Ranking:

Total Prize Money Earned:
$122,169.38 From 31 Tournaments
Alternate IDs:
Arslan Ash, Vslash|Arslan Ash

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. Arslan successfully retained his title at EVO Las Vegas 2019, sweeping through the winners bracket using Geese, and finally beating Knee once again with Kazumi in the Grand Finals, further cementing his position at the top of the Tekken scene. Arslan was also the first player in EVO history to win both EVOs in one year.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Age

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
27 Years Old$27,084.05822.17%|$3,000.0012.46%|$24,084.05719.71%
26 Years Old$12,529.13710.26%|$0.0000.00%|$12,529.13710.26%
25 Years Old$15,000.00112.28%|$0.0000.00%|$15,000.00112.28%
24 Years Old$5,037.9054.12%|$0.0000.00%|$5,037.9054.12%
23 Years Old$62,518.301051.17%|$0.0000.00%|$62,518.301051.17%

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
King of Fighters XIV$5,000.0014.09%|$0.0000.00%|$5,000.0014.09%
King of Fighters XV$3,499.9042.86%|$0.0000.00%|$3,499.9042.86%
Tekken 7$113,559.482592.95%|$3,000.0012.46%|$110,559.482490.50%
Tekken Tag Tournament 2$110.0010.09%|$0.0000.00%|$110.0010.09%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
FATE Esports$41,371.851333.86%|$3,000.0012.46%|$38,371.851231.41%
Red Bull eSports$3,371.2332.76%|$0.0000.00%|$3,371.2332.76%

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2019-05-171stGaming Tent KSA Tekken 2019$17,000.00Tekken 7
2.2021-04-111st» WUFL Season 1 - Tekken 7$15,000.00Tekken 7
3.2019-08-041st» Evo 2019 (Tekken 7)$13,894.00Tekken 7
4.2019-02-171st» Evo Japan 2019$13,575.30Tekken 7
5.2022-12-101st» IESF World Championship 2022 (T7)$12,000.00Tekken 7
6.2022-08-211st» VSFighting X (T7)$5,925.96Tekken 7
7.2018-10-241stOUG Tournament 2018 (KOF XIV)$5,000.00King of Fighters XIV
8.2018-10-241stOUG Tournament 2018 (Tekken 7)$5,000.00Tekken 7
9.2018-12-151stPLG Grand Slam 2018 (Tekken 7)$5,000.00Tekken 7
10.2022-05-291st» Combo Breaker 2022 (T7)$4,443.60Tekken 7

Top Placements

23 Tournaments
2 Tournaments
2 Tournaments

Other Statistics

Overall Ranking

Arslan Ash is currently ranked #2049 in highest overall earnings, and #3 in highest earnings for players from Pakistan.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

The most money that Arslan Ash has won from a single tournament was $17,000.00 from Gaming Tent KSA Tekken 2019 on May 17, 2019. His 1st place finish makes up 13.92% of his total prize money won.

$100,000 Milestone

On August 21, 2022, Arslan Ash reached $100,000 in total prize money won with a $5,925.96 cash prize from his 1st place finish at VSFighting X (T7). Prize money from 24 tournaments got him to that point.

Recent Earnings

Arslan Ash has been awarded $19,000.00 in cash prizes from 3 tournaments within the last 90 days, none of which came in the last month.


Arslan Ash - Liquipedia Fighting Games Wiki
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EVO Japan 2019 - The Story of Arslan Ash - YouTube
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The Unknown Tekken God: How Arslan Ash Overcame Borders and Legends to Win Evo Japan - YouTube
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Arslan Ash details his harrowing journey to Evo Japan | ESPN Esports - YouTube
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