[01/23/19 - 09:52 AM] Sony Crackle Secures Exclusive Streaming Rights to All-New Ubisoft(R) Esports Documentary, "To Win It All: The Road to the Six Invitational," Set to Debut Friday, January 25 The documentary follows three top players from around the globe as they try to balance their lives, relationships, and training all while chasing a chance to compete in the Six Invitational and win a life-changing over $1MM prize pool.
[via press release from Sony Crackle]
SONY CRACKLE SECURES EXCLUSIVE STREAMING RIGHTS TO ALL-NEW UBISOFT(R) ESPORTS DOCUMENTARY, "TO WIN IT ALL: THE ROAD TO THE SIX INVITATIONAL," SET TO DEBUT FRIDAY, JANUARY 25; OFFICAL TRAILER RELEASED
Culver City, CA, January 23, 2019 -- Sony Crackle today announced that it has secured exclusive streaming rights to Ubisoft(R) esports documentary, "To Win it All: The Road to The Six Invitational," which is set to debut on the free streaming network this Friday, January 25 leading up to the Saturday, February 16 Six Invitational in Montreal, Canada.
"To Win it All: The Road to The Six Invitational" takes a look into Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six(R) Siege, one of the world's fastest-growing esports. The documentary follows three top players from around the globe as they try to balance their lives, relationships, and training all while chasing a chance to compete in the Six Invitational and win a life-changing over $1MM prize pool.
Alongside a thriving professional esports scene and a community of over 40 million registered players, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege puts players in the middle of a fast-paced, ever-evolving multiplayer experience grounded in the selection of unique Operators. Using the right mix of tactics and destruction, Rainbow Six teams engage their enemies in sieges, where both sides have exclusive skills and gadgets at their disposal. Defenders prepare by transforming the environments around them into modern strongholds, while attackers use recon drones to gain intel for carefully planning their assault. With access to dozens of Operators inspired by real world counter-intelligence agents from around the globe, players can choose exactly how they want to approach each challenge they encounter. Through the constant addition of new Operators and maps that add to the depth of both strategy and combat, the unpredictability of each round of Rainbow Six Siege sets a new bar for intensity and competition in gaming.
"To Win it All: The Road to The Six Invitational" is directed by David Grabias. The documentary is executive produced by Gary Keith, Ryan Peterson and Anne Edgar with Jon Bailey, Katherine Bamford and Bryce Brentlinger serving as producers. "To Win it All: The Road to The Six Invitational" is produced by Artifact Nonfiction.
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