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Source:  Variety

Sony Crackle has acquired the exclusive streaming rights to Ubisoft’s esports documentary “To Win it All: The Road to the Six Invitational,” that follows three professional players of “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege” shooter as they head to the title’s biggest tournament of the year.

The free streaming network is slated to premiere the film tomorrow, ahead of the Feb. 16 Six Invitational in Montreal, Canada.

The documentary will screen today in 20 Cinemark theaters, one day before it arrives on Sony Crackle.

“To Win it All: The Road to the Six Invitational” follows three top “Rainbow Six Siege” players from around the world: Pengu (a member of the G2 Esports team), Canadian (Evil Geniuses), and ziGueira (Team Liquid) as they try to balance their lives, relationships, and training — all while chasing the chance to compete in the Six Invitational and win a share of the $1 million prize pool.

Read the story at Variety.

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