Eurovision Prediction

The history of Eurovision Prediction: 2014-2018!


For Eurovision Prediction 2018, the game had a brand new home here on An unprecedented 218 players took part which more than doubled the previous record of 82 players achieved back in 2016. In addition, it was more than triple the 58 players that took part last year.

In an extremely close competition in which the top 10 were separated by just seven points, it was’s Ryan that took victory but do not worry, my predictions were all validated by fellow team members! Nevertheless, it was all about the grand prize which went to the highest placed finisher not affiliated with 

Therefore it was Alex S. that won the 2018 grand prize, narrowly holding off Emily. A special well done to Johanna S. who secured a third consecutive top ten finish… surely a win is around the corner?

Have a look at the full top 10 and the full scoreboard via our results article below!

1stRyan C. (@RyanCobb__)269
2ndAlex S. (@Lasaxes)268
3rdEmily (@escupd8s)267
4thJeff T. (@lowkeyescfan)266
5thMike S. (@michael_sproutt)266
7thJohanna S. (@johanna7r)265
8thAnthony G. (@anthonygranger2)264
9thJoana (@joanaplucas)263
10thDennsh (@DennshR)262


So, the countdown is firmly on until Eurovision Prediction 2019 begins! What will be the first selection to take place? The final of X Factor Malta or Albania’s Festivali i Këngës? Tweet us your predictions @ESCXTRA and @escprediction… but there’s no points for this one!

Further details about Eurovision Prediction 2019 can be found below! We can’t wait to begin… can you?

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