|Org Location|| South Korea|
|Head Coach||Luchio "SoulStrikes" Park|
|Social Media & Links|
ES Sharks (Korean: ES 샤크스) is a Korean team. The team is based in Incheon.
- January 12, I Gaming Star rebrands to ES Sharks.
- January 17, Holder, BroCColi, Dasher, Hades, Zenit, and Doran join.
- January 19, Ko Gwang-pyo joins as a coach.
- May 31, Parang, Bless, and Troy join.
- June 3, BroCColi leaves.
- June 11, Park Soon-yong joins as a coach. Doran renames to Kuri. Holder and Zenit leave. Ko Gwang-pyo leaves coaching role.
- July 23, Naehyun joins.
- December 3, Parang leaves.
- December 11, Troy leaves.
- December 13, Jisu, Catch, Way, Light (previously Kano), and Seng min join. Kim Seon-woong joins as a coach. Bless, Dasher, Hades, and Kuri leave. Park Soon-yong leaves coaching role.
- December 18, SoulStrikes joins as head coach.
||Park Jin-cheol (박진철)
||Yun Sang-ho (윤상호)
||Lee Seong-hyeok (이성혁)
||Kwon Sun-ho (권순호)
||Kim Do-yeop (김도엽)
||Kim Hyeon-cheol (김현철)
||Luchio Park (박희근)
||Kim Seon-woong (김선웅)
- This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
|ES Sharks Tournament Results - Show Prize as (Local • USD • Euros)|
|2019-04-01||1||₩20,000,000|| CK 2019 Spring|12 - 2RR
|2018-12-21||13 - 19|| KeSPA Cup 2018|
|2018-08-31||3 - 4|| CK 2018 Summer Playoffs|
|2018-08-27||5|| CK 2018 Summer|6 - 8RR
|2018-03-30||6|| CK 2018 Spring|5 - 9RR
|Total Prize: KRW 20,000,000|