Over the past few days, you have been taking part in round six of Eurovision Prediction 2018. Last night, Rasmussen and Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro took the victories in Denmark and Italy respectively. Therefore, let’s see how these results affects our scoreboard!
Calculating your points!
As stated in the rules, our scoring system varies depending on what results are revealed during the broadcast. In Denmark, exact placings were only revealed for the three superfinalists. Therefore, here we use a hybrid of our scoring systems. 10, 9 and 8 points were awarded to those who predicted Rasmussen, Anna Ritsmar and Albin Fredy respectively. Any other prediction earned the minimum single point.
Over in Italy, we received full rankings of all 20 competitors! Therefore, predicting Ermal & Fabrizio earned you the maximum 20 points. Lo Stato Sociale earned you 19 points and so on, all the way down to Nina Zilli earning you 4 points for 17th place. Indeed, of the entries that received at least one prediction to win, Nina placed the lowest.
Here is the scoreboard!
So what does this mean for the scoreboard? As we revealed yesterday, the majority of you predicted both Rasmussen and Ermal & Fabrizio to win! Therefore, for many of you, you scored the maximum 30 points on offer for round six. Joana achieved this to stay in the lead. Her only mistakes so far are her prediction of Alejandro Reyes to win in Switzerland as well as joining almost everyone in incorrectly predicting the UK winner.
After spending a number of rounds in an amongst the top three, Italy proves to be the undoing of Arionel. By predicting Nina, Arionel lost 16 points compared to our leading group. Nevertheless, there’s still plenty of points available to catch back up!
Aquila, Emily and Jack R now form our chasing pack, just one point behind Joana. Aside from the widespread incorrect predictions for the UK, Aquila’s perfect record is so far only tainted by round four, predicting the runners-up in both Malta and Switzerland instead. Emily and Jack’s only mistakes so far were to predict third-placed Brooke in Malta.
A special shout-out to Meg who joined us ahead of round three. Between rounds three and six, Meg has scored 70 points – more than anyone else. Her only incorrect prediction so far came in… you guessed it… the United Kingdom. Congratulations!
See how you rank amongst our 188 players below and let us know if you are moving up or down the table!
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Stay tuned for round seven!
Believe it or not, we are now halfway through Eurovision Prediction 2018 with six of the twelve rounds completed! As you can see a remarkable 188 of you have so far taken part in Eurovision Prediction 2018! Stay tuned for round seven, which will be launched following the semi-final of The Next Star for Eurovision taking place in Israel tonight. This time, you will be predicting who will represent Israel in Lisbon!