DragonX is a Korean League of Legends team previously known as Kingzone DragonX. The team entered the competitive scene in 2018 through the acquisition of Longzhu Gaming’s former roster. The roster included Kim "Rascal" Kwang-hee, Kim "Khan" Dong-ha, Han "Peanut" Wang-ho, Moon "Cuzz" Woo-chan, Gwak "Bdd" Bo-seong, Kim "PraY" Jong-in, and Kang "Gorilla" Beom-hyun.
Due to Khan’s suspension, the team struggled in the earliest stages of the 2018 LCK Spring Split. But as soon as Khan was back, it started dominating. DragonX became the best team in the region, taking the split with a 16-2 score.
The performance continued in the playoffs. DragonX defeated SK Telecom T1 in the second round, then proceeded to take down Afreeca Freecs for another first-place finish and a seed to the 2018 Mid-Season Invitational.
Keeping Khan, Peanut, Cuzz, Bdd, Pray, and GorillA as the starting roster, DragonX was in for another strong run. The team made it to the playoffs at MSI. A 3-1 win against Flash Wolves in the semifinal pit the team against Royal Never Give Up in the final. DragonX couldn’t win against the LPL team, and finished MSI 2018 in second place.
There were no roster changes ahead of the 2018 LCK Summer Split. DragonX was failing to perform as well as it had in the spring, but still continued as one of the best Korean teams. The split finished with a 13-5 record and a four-way tie at the top of the table, but lack of championship points placed DragonX in third place.
The situation in the 2018 LCK Summer Playoffs worsened. DragonX challenged Afreeca Freecs in the second round, but Freecs took revenge. DragonX finished fourth with the loss, with its last opportunity to go to the 2018 World Championship depending on the Regional Finals. There, the team couldn’t keep up with Gen.G in the final, and the Worlds seed was lost.
A disappointing finish to the season resulted in most of the roster leaving for new opportunities, with only Rascal and Cuzz sticking with the team. DragonX signed Heo "PawN" Won-seok, Kim "Deft" Hyuk-kyu, and Park "TusiN" Jong-ik for the new season of the LCK.
The start of the 2019 LCK Spring Split wasn’t the best for DragonX, but the new roster managed to find its footing soon after and started going on winning streaks. A 13-5 record pushed the team to the playoffs, but Damwon Gaming dominated their second round match. With a third-place finish, DragonX failed to qualify for MSI 2019 but secured a spot in the 2019 Rift Rivals, where LCK won.
Due to PawN’s wrist injury, Yoo "Naehyun" Nae-hyun was promoted to the starting roster as a new mid laner. The new roster started the 2019 LCK Summer Split with confidence, but its performance gradually became worse. By the end of the split, the team had a 9-9 record and finished the regular season in a disappointing seventh place. In the Regional Finals, DragonX couldn’t win against Damwon, losing the chance to perform at Worlds 2019.
The team then rebranded as DragonX and headed into the 2020 LCK Spring Split with a new roster, bringing in Jeong "Chovy" Ji-hoon and Choi "Doran" Hyeon-joon from Griffin as its star players. The new roster first performed at the 2019 KeSPA Cup, where it finished in third place.