Pakistan is Proud of you Arslan!
Pakistani gamer Arslan Ash Siddique won the ESPN’s Esports player of the year award in both the fan’s poll and ESPN’s choice.
— ESPN Esports (@ESPN_Esports) December 21, 2019
24-years-old Arslan Ash from Lahore got 60% votes and won ESPN’s Esports player of the year Award.
Who’s your pick for the best #esports player of 2019?
Read more about our finalists: https://t.co/LA7GflZjdb
And cast your vote:
— ESPN Esports (@ESPN_Esports) December 20, 2019
This Pakistani Champ was the only player to have won in the EVO Championship Japan as well as its American counterpart in the same year.
On the occasion Arslan shared his views “Since I started my international career last year, I was a fan of the 2018 ESPN Player of the year ‘SonicFox”.
“So it’s unbelievable that I followed up and became the 2019 ESPN e-sports Player of the Year,” he added.
He also thanked his fans and said “Yet my fans fully supported me and I am so thankful to all of them.”
Arslan better Siddique known as “Arslan Ash” Siddique is a Pakistani Fighting Games player currently representing vSlash eSports and Red Bull eSports.
In Pakistan, 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.
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