ES Sharks is a South Korean LoL team, created in January 2018, following I Gaming Star's rebranding. The team currently competes in Challengers Korea, South Korea secondary League of Legends tournament.
- January 12th, I Gaming Star rebrands to ES Sharks.
- May 31st, Parang, Bless, and Troy join.
- June 3rd, BroCColi leaves.
- June 11th, Park Soon-yong joins as a coach. Doran renames to Kuri. Holder and Zenit leave. Ko Gwang-pyo leaves coaching role.
- July 23rd, Naehyun joins.
- December 3rd, Parang leaves.
- December 11th, Troy leaves.
- December 13th, Jisu, Catch, Way, Light and Seng min join while Kim Seon-woong joins as a coach. Bless, Dasher, Hades, and Kuri leave, with Park Soon-yong leaving the coaching role.
- December 18th, SoulStrikes joins as head coach. 
- Kuzan, Mid.
- Seng min, Support.
- Way, Mid.
- Naehyun, Mid.
- Kuri, Support.
- Troy, Support.
- Hades, ADC.
- Dasher, Mid Laner.
- Catch, Jungler.
- Parang, Top Laner.
- Holder, Top Laner.
- Zenit, ADC.
- BroCColi, Jungler.
- Bear, Top Laner.
- Kim Seon-woong, Coach. Nationality: KR.
- Afreeca's Twitter Post twitter.com
- ES Sharks' Facebook Post facebook.com
- Kongdoo Monster's Twitter Post twitter.com
- All Knights' Twitter Post (in Spanish) twitter.com
- 2018 LoL KeSPA Cup 1st Round Roster (in Korean) e-sports.or.kr
- SoulStrikes' Twitlonger twitlonger.com
- ES Sharks' Facebook Post (in Korean) facebook.com
- Gen.G's Twitter Post twitter.com