- March 8th - Following a disappointing performance at The Shanghai Major, EHOME's coach Tang "71" Wenyi announces that iceiceice and Fenrir from Vici Gaming have replaced Cty and KaKa. 
- May 9th - eLeVeN moves to sub. He decides to be inactive for a period of time for personal reasons. 
- June 12th - FaN is officially announced as the team's new carry player. 
- June 17th - FaN moves to sub for personal reasons. eLeVeN returns to the offlane position on the main roster and iceiceice takes on the carry role. 
- August 29th - iceiceice leaves the team.
- September 7th - Sylar registers with the team for the fall season.
- September 17th - Garder joins to complete the roster for the Fall Season.
- On January 7, 2015, EHOME was officially revived by legendary EHOME player and coach Tang "71" Wenyi, with Malaysian stars Mushi and Ohaiyo together with Inflame, DDC, and Zyf of LV Gaming.
- March 1st - After a disapointing performance at the Dota 2 Asia Championships, Mushi announced that him and Ohaiyo were returning to Malaysia to create a new EHOME team with Kecik Imba, kYxY, and JoHnNy.
- March 15th - EHOME acquires LaNm and rOtK to replace Mushi and Ohaiyo, who were previously transferred to the Malaysian division.
- May 1st - EHOME acquires Cty on loan from Team DK to replace inflame.
- May 10th - Inflame lent to Dream Gaming.
- August 25th - rOtK leaves to join LGD.
- August 26th - DDC leaves to join LGD.
- September 1st - The team registers for the majors, revealing that Zyf has left and KaKa, old chicken, and eLeVeN have joined.
In December of 2014, 71, the team's former coach, revealed in an interview that he would be re-forming the EHOME team with Malaysian stars Mushi and Ohaiyo, along with Inflame, DDC, and a yet-to-be-announced player. He also revealed that the team was considering sponsoring the Malaysian club Invasion e-Sports at the suggestion of Mushi, and that he was also debating starting a small training club for up and coming Chinese Dota players.
Following Nirvana.cn's disbandment in January 2012, KingJ, 357 (aka QQQ) and Dai (aka X!!) joined EHOME in April.
In May 2012, former TongFu player LaNm joins the ranks of EHOME because he wanted to focus on Dota 2 and felt like his old team could not provide what he asked for. However the player was still under contract. EHOME, after long negotiation with ACE, had to pay 50,000 RMB ($6,300) on behalf of LaNm for contract violations. The Runner-Up of 2011's International, who was seen at the strongest Chinese team at that time, was the seventh team to be invited to the The International 2012 in late May, even before Chinese powerhouses like LGD and TongFu(who had to fight their way through the East Qualifiers) were invited. ACE did not approve of Valve's decision and this arguably was the reason why they chose the original DotA over Dota 2 for their upcoming season of ACE Professional League. On the 13th September 2012 it was announced that PCT left the team, citing him being unable to play at his fullest potential amongst other reasons. Part of this roster change will be rethinking X!!'s and LaNm's current positions. PCT was formerly taking up position 2. On October 10, 357 and Dai left the team and joined up with their former teammates on DK. Shortly after, on October 11, it was revealed that KingJ had also left the team. EHOME disbanded on the 23rd of November.
EHOME's Dynasty came to an end during early 2011 when Burning and KingJ left the team for DK in the Great China Shuffle. With its lineup shattered and the remaining veterans lacking in motivation, EHOME posted lackluster results, failing to reach any major finals. Despite its seemingly moribund form, EHOME had a last flash of brilliance when the veterans, along with LaNm and Crystal, fought its way through the loser's bracket of the International 2011 to fall to Na'vi 3-1 in the finals. Despite this performance, EHOME was no longer able to remain competitive in the Chinese DotA scene; 820 soon announced his retirement, and the team disbanded shortly thereafter.
After a period of instability, EHOME reformed in 2010 with the all-star lineup of 820, Burning, Dai, KingJ, and 357. With 820 opting to play support for the team, it became armed with arguably the best individual talent for each position as well as the veteran experience of DC, who became the team's coach. With stunning form and complete mastery over the trilane 4-1 metagame that became the mark of the era, EHOME claimed 10 consecutive championships over the second half of 2010. Notable among this series of stunning victories lie a number of epic clashes between Burning and LGD's ZSMJ, as well as the complete dismantling of the International Scene at ESWC 2010, where EHOME strode undefeated through some of the best teams in the world, including the pre-cursors to EG, Na'vi, and Zenith, cementing the Chinese Hegemony over the DotA scene.