Over the weekend, you have been taking part in round eleven of Eurovision Prediction 2018. We’ve now witnessed the national finals in Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Poland, San Marino and Portugal. Therefore, let’s see how the results of these shows affect our scoreboard as we approach the final round of the game!
Calculating your points!
As stated in the rules, our scoring system varies depending on what results are revealed during the broadcast. In almost all of these national finals, full rankings of the competing acts were broadcast during the show. Therefore, predicting first place earns you maximum points, second place earns you one point less than maximum and so on.
The only exception was the national final in San Marino. In 1in360, we received rankings for only the top 5 finishers during the live broadcast. Therefore, predicting the acts that placed 1st through to equal 5th (Jessika, Sara, Jenifer, Giovanni and Camilla & Franklin) will earn you 11 through to 7 points respectively. Predicting any of the remaining acts earns you the minimum 1 point.
Here is the scoreboard!
So what does this mean for the scoreboard? For the second weekend in a row, there was LOTS of points available. Arguably the most important national final took place in Poland, where Gromee and Isabell Otrebus were the most popular answers. With the former gaining the maximum 10 points but Isabell earning you only 2 points, this certainly wiped out a few of the leading pack.
With the points added up, we have another new leader! This is actually me (Ryan C.) but do not worry, all members affiliated with ESCXTRA.com are ineligible to win the grand prize and are greyed out in the scoreboard below. Therefore, we have a three-way tie for second place who are all in pole position for the prize. These are Alex S., Emily and Pascal, all of which remain inside the top 4 for a second consecutive week.
With 28 points still available, more than forty of you remain in contention to win the prize as well as win the overall leaderboard. Have a look where you stand below! Your previous position is indicated by the smaller number so you can see if you have moved up or down.
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Stay tuned for the final round!
As we approach the twelfth and final round, more than 200 of you have so far taken part in Eurovision Prediction 2018. Round twelve will be launched shortly. This time, you will be predicting who will represent Norway, Sweden and Lithuania in Lisbon!