Pakistani gamer Awais Honey successes his first worldwide Tekken competition

Pakistani gamer named Awais Honey wins his first international Tekken game competition on Play station 4, making the country proud, internationally.

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Pakistani gamer named Awais Honey wins his first international Tekken game competition on Play station 4, making the country proud, internationally.

We have seen a progression of weighty triumphs verified by eager Pakistani gamers on the universal stage, including youngster Sumail Hassan’s fortunes in Dota 2 and Arsalan Ash’s accomplishment in the EVO World 2019 title. This has caused us to acknowledge not just what our enthusiastic gamers are able to do, yet of the sweet fruits borne out of the gaming society in our country. This has been exhibited by one more accomplishment of gaming brilliance by Pakistani Awais Honey, who simply won the FV Cup 2019 for Tekken.

The FV Cup is a settled and lofty Tekken World Tour Challenger event that has become well known by bringing probably the best Tekken players in the world’s spotlight. The competition’s 2019 release commenced this end of the week in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and highlighted a large group of amazing names like Knee, Jeondding, Nobi, Book and numerous different players of international notoriety.

Regardless of being a debutant at this competition, Honey had the option to affirm his predominance, despite the fact that it wasn’t obvious during the underlying stages on the off chance that he would really have the option to make it. Perhaps it was the way this was his first real gaming competition outside Pakistan, yet he began in precarious design, starting very smoothly, defeating termination several times.

Nevertheless, he kept on concentrating on what he excels at, and was in the end ready to make it to the great finals against worldwide Tekken player on the planet, Knee. honey proceeded to get victories in the majority of the three rounds that hollowed him against his opponent in the game, making him the EVO champion. Initially, he was sent to the loser bracket by Chikurin, and from there, Awais had a tough time, often nearing the edge of elimination, facing off against players like Book and Nobi. However, he didn’t lose hope and tried again with full heart and hard work.

There were also two other Pakistani competitors in the Top 8 including Khan and Bilal. The international Tekken scene will definitely need to keep an eye out for Pakistani talent, especially with Arsalan Ash winning two consecutive Evo tournaments. However, the other Pakistani players couldn’t make to the grand finale.

The gaming culture has taken over Pakistan’s youth. Previously, it was only used as means of entertainment. However, now, a lot of young Pakistani’s have made Pakistan proud by defeating international gaming players. This is almost for the third time; a Pakistani individual has won the international competition by defeating already title holder champions. Honey, reached this stage with a lot of difficulties since the opponent was really good at it. He gave Honey a tough challenge, said Honey. However, with the grace of Allah Almighty he reached to finals, escaping defeat at every stage, and becoming champion of world’s gaming competition.

The next Tekken World Tour event will be the Summer Jam in Essington, Pennsylvania, which will happen from August 30 to September 1.