Having steered G2 Esports to it’s first Six Siege Invitational crown in 2019 at Montreal, Coach X Analyst Kevin “Sua” Stahnke has surprisingly shown some hype on ESL India’s latest tweet by showing his desire to fan the flame which could help the growth of Six Siege community in India.

Lately, Ubisoft’s famous FPS Title Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege has attracted a formidable fan base towards itself but not entirely successfully due to which LAN event hosts such as Indian Lan Gaming Cup Organizers had decided to bring in Six Siege in their Season 3 event’s playlist with a whopping prize pool of 1 Lakh INR. This opportunity provided by ILG has proved to be a success with players across the nation coming forward to compete against each other in a Title which is yet to have its roots laid in the Indian esports scene.