To Win It All: The Road to the Six Invitational documentary out now

The Rainbow Six Siege-centric documentary is now available to view on your favorite streaming service.

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege esports documentary To Win It All: The Road to the Six Invitational is available to check out in its entirety on YouTube and other streaming platforms.

After the conclusion of Rainbow Six Siege's Six Invitational in 2019, which found G2 Esports taking the title of World Champions, you can find the exciting journey across the globe available at places like YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, and Crackle.

The documentary follows three top Rainbow Six Siege Pro League players working to compete for the title of World Champion, including G2 Esports's Pengu, Evil Geniuses' Canadian, and Team Liquid's Zig. They're working long hours around the clock to train and compete for the Six Invitational 2019 and its $2,000,000 prize pool while working to ensure they keep relationships with friends and family afloat. As you can imagine, it's not always an easy job.

“I was really struck by the persistence and courage of the players and more so their families and loved ones. Our players pull so much strength from the people surrounding them, and I found the heart of these connections to be one of the most compelling aspects of their individual stories, win or lose.” said director David Grabias.“In many ways their real-life journeys embody all the themes we can’t help but love about sports movies... the personal sacrifices, professional defeats, and elusive triumphs which are all universally relatable. I consider it an honor I got to play a part in telling their stories.”

For anyone deeply entrenched within the world of esports or simply looking to jump in one day, the documentary should present an interesting and harrowing look at the lives of prominent players. It's a decent watch, even if you're not too big into the scene. Besides, it's free!

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