|Team has Renamed.|
|Affiliated Teams (Former):||NaJin Black Sword|
NaJin White Shield
Najin e-mFire was a professional gaming organization based in South Korea.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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. Duke and Peanut ended up leaving and the team picked up a few players and became e-mFire.
- February 14th, NaJin Industries acquires the roster of Extreme Dive Gaming and forms NaJin e-mFire. MakNooN, MOKUZA, HooN, Hiro, and viNylCat join.
- May 30th, NaJin reforms to 2 teams,NaJin Shield and NaJin Sword, which is led by MaKNooN.
- November, NaJin Black Sword and NaJin White Shield merge as 1 team, watch, Ggoong, Zefa, Pure, Duke, Ohq and Cain join.
- September 2nd, 4th Place in the 2015 Season Korea Regional Finals.
- November 30th, Watch, Ggoong, TANK, Ohq, Zefa, Pure, Cain, SoL and FIFA leave. Reach leaves as head coach.
- December 1st, Duke and Peanut leave. MOKUZA and ViNylCat leave as coaches.
- December 24th, Edge, Lupin (now GuGer), and Roach join.
- January 5th, team renames to e-mFire and announces their search for a new title sponsor. Edge, SSol, GuGer, and Roach leave.
- Edge, Mid.
- SSol, AD.
- GuGer, Support.
- Roach, Sub.
- Duke, Top.
- Peanut, Jungle.
- Watch, Jungle.
- Ggoong, Mid.
- TANK, Mid.
- Ohq, AD.
- Zefa, AD.
- Pure, Support.
- Cain, Support.
- FIFA, Sub/Top. Nationality: kr.
- HooN, Mid.
- MOKUZA, Jungle.
- viNylCat, Support. Nationality: kr.
- Hiro, AD.
- MaKNooN, Top. Nationality: kr.
|- | | Micro |Kim Mok-kyoung (김목경) |Coach | e-mFire
- ViNylCat, Head Coach.
- MOKUZA, Coach.
- Reach, Head Coach. Nationality: kr.
- SSONG, Coach.
- 싱선생, Coach. Nationality: kr.
|In Premier Tournaments|
|2015-11-06||9 - 14th||2015 LoL KeSPA Cup||1 : 2||Rebels Anarchy|
|2015-09-02||4th||2015 Season Korea Regional Finals||0 : 3||Jin Air Green Wings|
|2015-08-16||5th||LCK 2015 Summer Playoffs||1 : 2||KOO Tigers||₩ 15,000,000|
|2015-08-13||5th||LCK 2015 Summer Season||11 : 7||Group Stage (W/L)|
|2015-04-11||5 - 8th||LCK 2015 Spring Season||5 : 9||Group Stage (W/L)||₩ 10,000,000|
|2014-06-08||4th||SK Telecom LTE-A LoL Masters 2014||1 : 2||CJ Entus||₩ 5,000,000|
|2013-02-22||5 - 6th||OGN Club Masters||0-1-1||Group Stage (W/L)||₩ 1,000,000|
|2012-05-19||5 - 8th||Azubu The Champions Spring 2012||1 : 2||MiG Frost||₩ 4,500,000|
- December 24th - Understanding and Analyzing Korea 2.0; the Good. from Esports Heaven
- May 4th, CJ Entus - NaJin e-mFire Rivalry from LiquidLegends
- September 5th, NaJin is Dead, Long Live NaJin from Follow eSports