Eurovision Prediction

RESULTS: Take a look at the leaderboard after round 4 of Eurovision Prediction 2019!

After an unpredictable weekend, it's all change at the top!

Over the past few days, you have been taking part in round four of Eurovision Prediction 2019! This time, it was your task to predict who you thought would win the national finals in United Kingdom, Australia, italy and Montenegro. 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 three of the four national finals in this round.

Therefore, predicting the winning entries in Australia, Italy and Montenegro earns you 10, 24 and 5 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!

In the United Kingdom, a hybrid of our scoring systems are used. If you predicted the three acts eliminated in round one, it’s 1 point for you. Or, if you opted for the two losing superfinalists, it’s 4 points. Of course, predicting winner Michael Rice earned you the full 6!

Here is the scoreboard!

So what does this mean for the scoreboard? All our perfect records have been wiped out. Indeed, no-one correctly predicted the 4 winners in this round! Only Michael Rice was correctly predicted by the majority of players. Indeed, just 2 players believed that Mahmood would take victory in Sanremo. Congratulations to Spain’s Marc and Serbia’s D!

As a result of dropping just a single point in round 4, Danyal and James M rise to the top of our leaderboard. Ryan C leaps into the top 5 to make it five ESCXTRA team members inside the top 10! Of course, none of us are eligible for the prize, so do ignore our current lucky streaks!

Unfortunately, Samantha R suffers one of our biggest drops after failing to correctly predict any of this weekend’s winners! Of those inside the top 100, Samantha’s fall is only beaten by Cassidy C, fading from #40 to #99.

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 5!

Thank you to the record-breaking 282 players that have taken part in this year’s competition so far. Stay tuned for round 5, which will open later today. This time, you will need to predict the winners of the national final in Israel!

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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