Eurovision Prediction

RESULTS: Here’s the Eurovision Prediction 2020 leaderboard after round 6!

30 points were up for grabs this round!

Over the past few days, you have been taking part in round 6 of Eurovision Prediction 2020! This time, it was your task to predict who you thought would win the national finals in Armenia, Lithuania and Norway! 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, we use the full extent of our scoring system. This was the case in all of the countries above.

Predicting the winning entry in Armenia earned you 12 points, in Lithuania it earned you 8 points and in Norway it earned you 10 points. Predicting the second-placed entry earned you one point less than the maximum and so on. Note, we only received a ranking for those who reached the duel rounds of Melodi Grand Prix. Therefore, any act that was eliminated in the first round would earn you the minimum 1 point. For making the second round (the duels), Liza and Raylee’s predictors got 7 points each. Meanwhile, runner-up Kristin earned her voters 9 points.

Here is the scoreboard!

So what does this mean for the scoreboard? 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 7!

Thank you to all of you who have taken part so far! Stay tuned for round 7, which we expect to open imminently. Your task will be to predict the winners in Poland, Slovenia and Ukraine! 

If you missed this round but still want to participate, there is still plenty of time to take part and there is all to play for! You can learn more about Eurovision Prediction below:

ABOUT EUROVISION PREDICTION 2020

OFFICIAL RULES

HISTORY OF EUROVISION PREDICTION

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Costa Christou

Ever since I saw Helena Paparizou's triumph at Eurovision in 2005 (at the tender age of 6), I have been crazy about Eurovision. From the regional native language bops and shrieky female-led balladry to the sophisticated avant garde pop songs and chart-friendly EDM, I love everything about this cultural phenomenon. I'm currently studying a Bachelor of Science in Politics & International Relations at the University of Exeter.

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