IGN shared an exclusive overview of the documentary on the top R6S player

Jan 24 2019 2 min read

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IGN recently presented a sneak peek at a documentary called To Win it All: The Road to the Six Invitational. The film is focused on three hyper-successful players:

Troy "Canadian" Jaroslawski from Evil Geniuses.

Leo "ziG" Duarte from Team Liquid.

Niclas "Pengu" Mouritzen from G2 Esports.

In this film, each player is the narrator of his individual success story. Here are some notable lines from the piece, shared by IGN.


There is something I've learned from baseball. My dad used to say, "On every single play when you are out on the field, think. What happens if a fly ball heads to me, or a ground ball heads to me, or no ball heads to me." So, it's just assessing every possible scenario.


I've bought my house, I've bought my car, I'm going to get married. Everything that I've got today is because of Rainbow Six.


It scares me to look at how much I achieved because, in the same way, you can ask, "how much can I lose." It's my family; it's my income; it's my life; it's what I wake up for; it's when I go to bed in it's what I sleep in.

To Win it All premiers today at Cinemark theaters in Los Angeles. Tomorrow it will become available for free on Sony Crackle streaming service. The service operates only in the US, and hopefully, Sony will extend movie to its international services.

Each of the featured players will participate in The Six Invitational, the biggest R6S tournament of the year with $1 million prize pool.


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