Unfortunately, I've poured so much time on making that list that I've given up on remembering what its contents were like. All I could remember was its title:
One Hundred Milestones in eSports and some of the more tongue-in-cheek lines there:
BoxeR getting ling-rushed 4 times by CheckPrime in the GSL 5 Finals marking the establishment of "Holy Check!" as the definitive SC2 statement.
HDH Invitational 2 finally gets underway; the 64 player tournament featuring 60,000 USD in prizes ends up with the unimaginable event of having no Koreans after the first round, and pioneers the use of non-Blizzard maps in tournament play.
Fantasy edges out Leta in a closely fought Afreeca MSL, setting the record for the longest Starleague final in history at seven hours and seven minutes of total play. Both players are reported to have been rushed to the hospital the next day from exhaustion and dehydration.
Hyuk redeems himself from his failure at the SPL 2010 Grand Finals by outsmarting Calm in a completely out-of-textbook ZvZ, clinching the first Bo9 finals in SPL history 5-2 for SKT T1 vs STX.
The controversial decision of the GSL to cut from 3 a year to 2, but with a much deeper qualifying cycle starting 2012.
Players in the Starcraft 2 Players association demand non-Blizzard maps for GSL 7 onwards after the rise of non-ladder tournaments.
MLG replaces Halo: Reach with Call of Duty 7: Modern Warfare 3 as its flagship console game and starts a concurrent PC-based tournament off the same game.
Bisu retires in March 2012 after winning the LG Cyon OSL against Jaedong 3-1 after defeating Flash 3-2 in a controversial semi-final match that featured equipment failure on both sides at game 5; Flash with a non-responsive keyboard, and Bisu losing all sound in the last five minutes of the game.
The Blizzard IP case ends on December 21, 2012 with a hollow victory for Blizzard, with Korean courts ruling that Blizzard does have ownership of the SC IP, but has waived control of it to "the public domain" by not asserting it from the very start; OGN and MBC being asked to pay token 1 Won fines and sign an agreement with Blizzard waiving all rights to BW tournaments to the TV stations.
Park Jae Hyuk does a complete shut-out on his path to the GSL 9 championship, coincidentally defeating oGs players in all his matches.
MLG New York 2014 in Madison Square Garden marks the beginning of the stabilization of the SC2 metagame, with the final major patches involving Hydraroaches, Battlecruisers and Archon upgrades becoming controversial topics that would plague the game for a long time.
So, what do you expect of eSports in the future?
Edit: Formatting. :p