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Rainbow Six Siege movie will document the road to The Six Invitational

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Ubisoft has announced the premiere of an upcoming film about their roof-raising, wall-breaking, window-smashing shooter Rainbow Six Siege. The documentary about Siege's esports scene is set to launch at a series of special screenings in January.

To Win it All: The Road to the Six Invitational - which is not a particularly catchy title - follows the lives of three of Siege's top players: G2's Pengu, Evil Geniuses' Canadian (Evil Geniuses), and Team Liquid's Zig, as they work their way through a year of intense competitive action. The trio will strive to not only the greatest Siege players on the planet, but to bag themselves a spot at the year's finale: The Six Invitational and its one million dollar prize pool.

To Win it All will debut on January 24 at Cinemark events in Los Angeles and San Francisco. There will be treats and goodies for those in attendance. There will also be the opportunity to win tickets to next year's Six Invitational, to be held once again in Montreal, Canada. For more information, visit Cinemark right here.

Rainbow Six Siege is available now on PS4, PC and Xbox One.

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