NaJin e-mFire

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NaJin e-mFire
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Team Information
Location: South Korea South Korea
Region: News Label - Korea.png Korea
Sponsor(s): Razer
GIGABYTE
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Other Teams In Organization
Inactive LoL Teams NaJin Black Sword
NaJin White Shield
History
Created: 2012-02-14
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Current Roster
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Najin e-mFire was a professional gaming organization based in South Korea.

History

Season 2

NaJin e-mFire was formed in February of 2012 to participate in Azubu The Champions Spring 2012. The team, made up of MakNooN, MOKUZA, HooN, Hiro, and viNylCat, made it to the quarterfinals but they lost to MiG Frost 2-1. After the tournament was over, NaJin split into two teams, NaJin Shield and NaJin Sword. Sword was led by NaJin's star player, Maknoon. Sword managed to make the Season 2 World Championship but they lost in the quarterfinals 2-0 to the Taipei Assassins.

Season 3

Sword started off the new season by winning OLYMPUS Champions Winter 2012-2013 and bringing NaJin their first OGN victory. NaJin participated in OGN Club Masters but placed last overall. A few months later, Maknoon left Sword to join KT Rolster A and Sword and Shield were renamed to NaJin Black Sword and NaJin White Shield. Sword auto qualified for the Season 3 World Championship due to circuit points and made it to the semifinals but lost 3-2 to SK Telecom T1.

2014 Season

NaJin played in the SK Telecom LTE-A LoL Masters 2014 and placed fourth overall after losing in the first round of playoffs. Shield qualified for the 2014 Season World Championship by winning the 2014 Season Korea Regional Finals. They made it through groups but lost 3-0 to OMG in the quarterfinals.

2015 Season

Changes to the OGN rules forced Shield and Sword to merge, reforming NaJin e-mFire. The new mix team played in SBENU Champions Spring 2015 where they placed sixth out of eight teams and missed playoffs. They then played in SBENU Champions Summer 2015 where they placed fifth in both the regular season and playoffs.

2016 Preseason

In November 2015, NaJin played in the 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup where they lost 2-1 to Rebels Anarchy in the first round. Despite rumors that the team would disband, the team kept Duke and Peanut for the 2016 season, though the rest of the team's members departed along with head coach Reach.[1][2] Duke and Peanut ended up leaving and the team picked up a few players and became e-mFire.

Timeline

  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2012
To read about NaJin Black Sword history, click here.
To read about NaJin White Shield history, click here.

Player Roster

Former

C ID Name Role Next Team
South Korea Edge Lee Ho-seong (이호성) 03 Mid E-mFirelogo std.png e-mFire
South Korea SSol Seo Jin-sol (서진솔) 04 AD E-mFirelogo std.png e-mFire
South Korea GuGer Kim Do-yeop (김도엽) 05 Support E-mFirelogo std.png e-mFire
South Korea Roach Kim Kang-hui (김강희) 11 Sub E-mFirelogo std.png e-mFire
South Korea Duke Lee Ho-seong (이호성) 01 Top SKT1Logo std.png SK Telecom T1
South Korea Peanut Yoon Wang-ho (윤왕호) 02 Jungle ROX Tigerslogo std.png ROX Tigers
South Korea Watch Cho Jae-geol (조재걸) 02 Jungle ZTR Gaminglogo std.png ZTR Gaming
South Korea Ggoong Yu Byeong-jun (유병준) 03 Mid ZTR Gaminglogo std.png ZTR Gaming
South Korea TANK Park Dan-won (박단원) 03 Mid Snake Esportslogo std.png Snake Esports
South Korea Ohq Oh Gyu-min (오규민) 04 AD Team Dragon Knightslogo std.png Team Dragon Knights
South Korea Zefa Lee Jae-min (이재민) 04 AD Kongdoo Monsterlogo std.png Kongdoo Monster
South Korea Pure Kim Jin-sun (김진선) 05 Support Incredible Miraclelogo std.png Incredible Miracle
South Korea Cain Jang Nu-ri (장누리) 05 Support CJElogo std.png CJ Entus
South Korea FIFA Seong Je-gyeong (성제경) 06 Sub/Top
None
South Korea HooN Kim Nam-hoon (김남훈) 03 Mid NaJin Shieldlogo std.png NaJin Shield
South Korea MOKUZA Kim Dae-woong (김대웅) 02 Jungle NaJin Shieldlogo std.png NaJin Shield
South Korea viNylCat Chae Woo-cheol (채우철) 05 Support NaJin Shieldlogo std.png NaJin Shield
South Korea Hiro Lee Woo-suk (이우석) 04 AD NaJin Shieldlogo std.png NaJin Shield
South Korea MaKNooN Yoon Ha-woon (윤하운) 01 Top NaJin Swordlogo std.png NaJin Sword

Organization

Former

C ID Name Position Next Team
South Korea Micro Kim Mok-kyoung (김목경) Coach E-mFirelogo std.png e-mFire
South Korea ViNylCat Chae Woo-cheol (채우철) 11 Head Coach E-mFirelogo std.png e-mFire
South Korea MOKUZA Kim Dae-woong (김대웅) 11 Coach CJElogo std.png CJ Entus
South Korea Reach Park Jung-suk (박정석) 11 Head Coach CJElogo std.png CJ Entus
South Korea SSONG Kim Sang-soo (김상수) 11 Coach KOO Tigerslogo std.png KOO Tigers
South Korea 싱선생 Sim Sung-soo (심성수) 11 Coach Tpa std.png Taipei Assassins

Team Achievements

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2015-11-06 KeSPA logo small.png A99 - 14th 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup 1 : 2 Rebels Anarchylogo std.png Rebels Anarchy
2015-09-02 RpPoints.png A44th 2015 Season Korea Regional Finals 0 : 3 JAGlogo std.png Jin Air Green Wings
2015-08-16 Ogn logo.png A55th LCK 2015 Summer Playoffs 1 : 2 KOO Tigerslogo std.png KOO Tigers ₩ 15,000,000
2015-08-13 LCK logo small.png A55th LCK 2015 Summer Season 11 : 7 Blanklogo std.pngGroup Stage (W/L)
2015-04-11 Ogn logo.png A66th LCK 2015 Spring Season 5 : 9 Blanklogo std.pngGroup Stage (W/L) ₩ 10,000,000
2014-06-08 Masters logo small.png A44th SK Telecom LTE-A LoL Masters 2014 1 : 2 CJElogo std.png CJ Entus ₩ 5,000,000
2013-02-22 ClubMastersLogoSmall.png A55 - 6th OGN Club Masters 0-1-1 Blanklogo std.pngGroup Stage (W/L) ₩ 1,000,000
2012-05-19 LCK logo small.png A55 - 8th Azubu The Champions Spring 2012 1 : 2 MiGlogo std.png MiG Frost ₩ 4,500,000
In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2015-08-11 A33rd Challengers Korea Summer 2015 Playoffs 1 : 3 Incredible Miraclelogo std.png Incredible Miracle ₩ 2,000,000
In Minor Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2012-02-17 A33rd OnGameNet LoL Invitational 1 : 2 Blanklogo std.pngGroup Stage (W/L) ₩ 500,000

Gallery

Articles

  • 2015
  • 2014

References