In December 2013, the original Dadslammers roster was formed, consisting of former LCS players Nk Inc and Evaniskus, and new comers Jezie, Goldenglue and Impactful. The teams first competitive tournament was the Mobafire Cup, which they placed 1st in in late 2013. With the announcement of Riot's North American Challenger Series, the team quickly ascended the Ranked 5's ladder, finishing 16th and qualifying for the 1st NA Spring Series Play-In. During their ranked 5's ladder grind, they became the first team in North America to take a game off of LMQ. In the first Play-In, the team changed their name to "Skyline" due to a ruling by Riot, which forced the team to change their name. Playing under the Skyline name, the team was able to defeat Team LoLPro and Tint Gaming to advance to the quarter-finals, where they shockingly 2-0'd Cloud 9 Tempest to advance to a Semi-Final showdown with LMQ. Before their match vs. LMQ, the team was picked up by compLexity Gaming, becoming compLexity Red and ending the first era of the Dadslammers.
Original roster member Impactful alongside former Coach Kublai "Kubz" Barlas resurrected the team, beginning tryouts a the start of the month. Mabrey eventually left, citing burn out as his main cause, leaving the new team with 0 active players from their original run. After several weeks of scrimming, the team officially announced their revival publicly on March 4th on twitter, revealing their current active roster, consisting of Akaadian, ShorterACE, DezX, xPecake and Lohpally.
On April 10th the team announced it would disband after playing the grand finals in League One Powered by D!ngIt whether they won or lost.