Eurovision Prediction 2016 was the biggest edition of the game to date at the time. An astonishing 82 of you played. 2016 also saw the closest battle for the victory that the game had seen thus far. @jacqueslecube became the third Eurovision Prediction champion by the narrowest of margins possible, short of an exact tie of course…
Unfortunately, @Sandruschkaa was the unlucky player to miss out on victory. Nevertheless, 2nd place in a field of 82 is certainly an impressive achievement! @Johanna7r and @kyliewilson tied for third, breaking the 200 points barrier. Meanwhile, 2014 champion @Arianna483 made a return to the top 10.
For the full 2016 leaderboard, see below:
Eurovision Prediction 2017 was a battle between 58 players, matching the participation rate in 2015. @einselm was our fourth champion, scoring the highest number of points of any winner to date. Mila (@LoreenatorDK) was our runner-up after already securing two top 10 finishes in 2014 and 2015. Furthermore, @SagheerC93 finished in the bronze medal position!
2015 champion Anthony made a return to the top 10 while 2014 runner-up Samantha (@escinsider) maintains her impressive finishing record.
For the full 2017 leaderboard, see below:
Go to the next page to see what happened when our player numbers quadrupled…
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