In 2015, South Korean footwear company SBENU acquired the roster of Prime Clan, renaming it SBENU Sonicboom before the start of SBENU Champions Summer 2015. The roster consisted of Soul, Catch, do it, SaSin, dan, Nuclear, Secret, and viviD. SBENU performed extremely poorly, only winning one series out of eighteen and placing dead last in their first season. They were forced to play a best of five against Ever in the LCK 2016 Season Spring Promotion to try and keep their spot in the LCK. SBENU played in the 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup where they lost 2-1 in the quarterfinals to SK Telecom T1.
- January 6th, Catch leaves.
- May 12th, Rem joins. SaSin moves to the coaching position.
- May 23rd, Part (now known as Firetrap) and Lehends join. Team renames to SBENU Korea.
- May 25th, SoaR leaves.
- July 19th, Mimic joins. SaSin moves back to starting mid laner.
- October 7th, Team disbands. Mimic, Soul, reM, Flawless, Nuclear, and lehends leave.
- May 19, SBENU sponsors Prime Clan.  Soul, Catch, do it, SaSin, dan, Nuclear, Secret, and viviD join.
- October 18th, Head Coach Gerrard is to be banned by KeSPA for life due to match-fixing in StarCraft II. The ban is planned to take effect after trial.
- December 27th, viviD leaves.
- December 29th, do it leaves.
||Park Jae-seok (박재석)
||Oh Seung-ju (오승주)
||Wi Dae-yun (위대윤)
||Park Oi-sik (박외식)
||Head Coach & Operator
- ↑ Official Roster List program.interest.me
- ↑ 스베누, '사신' 오승주를 코치로 선택한 이유는? (Korean) fomos.kr
- ↑ 스베누, ‘리헨즈’ 손시우-‘파이어트랩’ 진재승 영입으로 전력 보강 (Korean) fomos.kr
- ↑ 챌린저스 코리아 서머 대회 안내 (Korean) nicegame.tv
- ↑ 2016 LOL 챌린저스 코리아 서머 로스터 (Korean) nicegame.tv
- ↑ SBENU KOREA's facebook post facebook.com
- ↑ http://www.thescoreesports.com/lol/news/1865
- ↑ Official Statement e-sports.or.kr
- ↑ YoDa, Gerrard banned for life in match-fixing scandal (Translation of official ruling) teamliquid.net
- ↑ viviD's Facebook Post (Korean) facebook.com
- ↑ “do it” Joins TDK to Sub for Ninja Following Suspension blog.arenaonline.com