Eurovision Prediction

RESULTS: Who is leading after rounds 2 and 3 of Eurovision Prediction 2019?

Only two players have 100% records after five national finals!

Over the past couple of weeks, you have been taking part in rounds two and three of Eurovision Prediction 2019! This time, it was your task to predict who you thought would win the national finals in Czech Republic, France, Malta and Spain. Let’s see how the results have affected our leaderboard!

Calculating your points!

As stated in the rules, when full rankings of the participating entries are revealed during the live broadcast, we use the full extent of our scoring system. This was the case in all four of the national finals over these two rounds.

Therefore, predicting the winning entries in Czech Republic, France, Malta and Spain earns you 8, 8, 4 and 10 points respectively due to the number of finalists in each selection. Predicting the runner-up earns you 1 point less than the maximum and so on!

Here is the scoreboard!

So what does this mean for the scoreboard? Well, surprising results in Czech Republic and Spain in particular have wiped out the majority of our perfect records. Now, just two players can claim 5 correct answers out of 5: Elad P from Israel and ESCXTRA’s Natalie W. A further five players are just one point short of the maximum 44 available thus far.

So, see where you stand and have a look at the scoreboard below in all of its glory!

If you are using a mobile device, the spreadsheet below may not render properly. Therefore, please use this direct link to the Google Spreadsheet!

Stay tuned for round 4!

Thank you to the record-breaking 265 players that have taken part in this year’s competition so far. Stay tuned for round 4, which will open in the next few days. This time, you will need to predict the winners of the national finals in Australia, Italy, Montenegro and United Kingdom!

If you are new to Eurovision Prediction, find out all about it below.

Ryan Cobb

My first memory of watching the Eurovision Song Contest was back in 2001 and, over the years, my passion and enthusiasm for the contest has very much turned into an obsession. I adore music and I love geography, so this contest is a natural fit for me. If la la loving Eurovision was a crime, I'd certainly be a criminal!

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