After a bumper of national final season and brand new voting platform, Eurovision Prediction 2022 was our biggest yet – both in terms of players and the number of points up for grabs. With the first national final of the 2023 season a mere weeks away, it’s almost time to launch our first round!
With Ukraine’s Vidbir taking place on December 17th and Albania’s Festivali i Këngës concluding on December 22nd, Eurovision Prediction is just DAYS away. Therefore, it’s time to prepare your prediction skills once again for a new edition of everyone’s favourite Eurovision game…Eurovision Prediction 2023!
What is Eurovision Prediction?
For those of you who have never played Eurovision Prediction before, it is a game where Eurovision fans from all over the world battle it out to become the champion! All players need to do is predict which entry (or artist) will win each national final that takes place during the 2023 Eurovision season.
At the end of the season, the player with the most points takes the victory and becomes Eurovision Prediction Champion! We will once again award a special prize to our 2023 winner.
Looking back at Eurovision Prediction 2022
After a significantly reduced national selection schedule in 2021, the Eurovision 2022 pre-season contained a substantial increase in national selections. This meant that Eurovision Prediction 2022 was bigger and better than ever!
After a record-smashing 911 players took part, Erika from Italy took home the gold, beating out fellow countryman Antonio S. by a mere 2 points. As you can see, it was a photo finish:
Other previous prize winners
Since 2018, we’ve awarded prizes to our winners. Check out what James M. from Australia (winner 2020, runner-up 2019) and Alex S. from Portugal (winner 2018) won below!
If you want to remind yourself of the final results of Eurovision Prediction 2022, click here! Furthermore, a history of the game can be found right here. We shall update the history article over the coming weeks so keep an eye out for that!
Stay tuned for Eurovision Prediction 2023!
The official rules for the 2023 edition will be unchanged from last year, so you can review the rules here. They will definitely be worth a read even if you are familiar with our game. Next week, we will launch round one in which you will predict the winner of Ukraine’s Vidbir and Albania’s Festivali i Këngës.