The problem with raising them in a brooder is that they will try their darndest to kill each other at regular intervals without a hen present to keep the peace and peck whoever is getting too serious. It can be done, but you might end up with some that might be permanently injured. Other than that they are hardy, your single chick should be fine.
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Edited by JRNash - 10/3/15 at 11:44pm
If your asil are really asil and they start fighting, they won't quit until someone is dead, or at least eyes swelled shut. Any breed of chicken will have pecking order battles from an early age they usually end with "ok your badder than me. I'll stay over here" . The difference is that asil don't quit. The hen will keep them in line and recognize when things are getting too serious. They will have another few skirmishes when you take the hen out. Whenever you decide to separate, they need to be separated from then on. When they fully mature, they will go to any rooster they hear crowing or see a red comb on, and try to kill that rooster, or die trying fence or no fence. You need sight barriers around your pens unless they are away from each other and nothing runs loose. Pen fights are more damaging than any other fight you could have.
If they are real OE games, or American games, No. OE game bantams, yes, for the most part they don't contain a drop of game blood in them, maybe just enough crossed in to fix color years and years ago.