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21st November: Rounding up the latest My Eurovision Scoreboard community rankings!

21st November: Rounding up the latest My Eurovision Scoreboard community rankings!

Welcome to our annual feature where we team up with the My Eurovision Scoreboard smartphone applications to bring you a regular look at the views of their community members. Trust us, this is the ranking to keep track of… the app has been downloaded over 100,000 times! What is My Eurovision Scoreboard? For those who are newcomers to the app, My Eurovision Scoreboard is the ultimate rankings app for the Eurovision Song Contest and its junior counterpart with over 100,000 users. Listen to the songs, interactively rank them via the app and share your results with your friends and with the My Eurovision Scoreboard community. The fun doesn’t stop there, as you can also rank every Eurovision national final and every Eurovision Song Contest from the last decade! Click below to download the app for free right now from the Apple iOS store or the Google Play store! Analysing this week’s statistics With just over a week until the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Warsaw. It has been a week since the line-up was complete. Now we can see how the users have reacted to the lineup. Junior Eurovision 2020 rankings Now that the line-up is complete, about 898 users have …
WARM UP ROUND: It’s time to make your Eurovision Prediction the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest!

WARM UP ROUND: It’s time to make your Eurovision Prediction the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest!

Welcome to the extra special warm-up round of Eurovision Prediction! Remember, points from this round is not included in the final tally of Eurovision Prediction 2021. This is purely to allow new players to get accustomed to the game ahead of the national final season, and returning players to get back into the swing of the game. In less than two weeks, the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Warsaw, Poland. And now, for the first time, it’s time for you to predict who will be the winner! 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 will win each national final that takes place during the 2021 Eurovision season. At the end of the season, the player with the most points takes the victory and becomes Eurovision Prediction Champion! In addition, we will once again award a special Eurovision-themed prize to the winner. But remember, once again we would like to reiterate that the points from this Junior round will not count towards your final score at the end …
OFFICIAL RULES: How to play Eurovision Prediction 2021!

OFFICIAL RULES: How to play Eurovision Prediction 2021!

Welcome to the official rules of Eurovision Prediction 2021! Now, to make things as easy as possible, we’ve outlined exactly what the game entails. The game is extremely easy to play and will take just take up a few minutes of your time here and there…unless you’re really indecisive! Once again, with a sPeCiAL pRiZe up for grabs for our Eurovision Prediction 2021 winner, what are you waiting for? Overview Interested? Of course you are. The rules are VERY simple and easy to understand: 1. When each prediction round begins, you will be notified via our official Eurovision Prediction Facebook page, our official Eurovision Prediction Twitter page, our official Eurovision Prediction Instagram page and here on the ESCXTRA website. 2. All you need to do is select which entry you think will win each national final via the Google form we provide. 3. The player with the most points at the end of the 2021 national final season will become our champion and will win a sPEciAL PriZE. Eurovision Prediction 2021 – The picture so far Eurovision Prediction 2021 will consist of several rounds in which you predict which entry will win each country’s national final. Each round will consist of one or more national finals for you to predict. The number …
14th November: Rounding up the latest My Eurovision Scoreboard community rankings!

14th November: Rounding up the latest My Eurovision Scoreboard community rankings!

Welcome to our annual feature where we team up with the My Eurovision Scoreboard smartphone applications to bring you a regular look at the views of their community members. Trust us, this is the ranking to keep track of… the app has been downloaded over 100,000 times! What is My Eurovision Scoreboard? For those who are newcomers to the app, My Eurovision Scoreboard is the ultimate rankings app for the Eurovision Song Contest and its junior counterpart with over 100,000 users. Listen to the songs, interactively rank them via the app and share your results with your friends and with the My Eurovision Scoreboard community. The fun doesn’t stop there, as you can also rank every Eurovision national final and every Eurovision Song Contest from the last decade! Click below to download the app for free right now from the Apple iOS store or the Google Play store! Analysing this week’s statistics With just over two weeks, the 2020 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Warsaw. The official line-up for this year’s contest is now complete, as Georgia finished the latest edition of Ranina. Junior Eurovision 2020 rankings Now that the line-up is complete, about 754 users have already allocated their points in …
XTRA VOTE 2020: Vote for your Junior Eurovision favourites now!

XTRA VOTE 2020: Vote for your Junior Eurovision favourites now!

Welcome to XTRA VOTE: Junior Eurovision 2020! For the third time, we are running our popular XTRA VOTE poll for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Who will follow in the footsteps Kazakhstan’s Daneliya Tuleshova and France’s Carla, our previous two winners? It’s time to discover who you, our ESCXTRA readers, want to win this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest! Voting closes at 7pm GMT/8pm CET on Saturday 28th November 2020. You may edit your votes up until the deadline by revisiting the form below. We will then reveal who your favourite entries are shortly after the close of the vote right here at ESCXTRA.com! Previous winners of XTRA VOTE include the following: ContestCountryArtistSongVienna 2015🇸🇪 SwedenMåns ZelmerlöwHeroesStockholm 2016🇫🇷 FranceAmirJ’ai cherchéLisbon 2018🇫🇷 FranceMadame MonsieurMercyMinsk 2018🇰🇿 KazakhstanDaneliya TuleshovaÓzińe senTel Aviv 2019🇳🇱 The NetherlandsDuncan LaurenceArcadeGliwice-Silesia 2019🇫🇷 FranceCarlaBim bam toiRotterdam 2020🇮🇸 IcelandDaði og GagnamagniðThink About Things Make your vote count! It’s super easy to make your voice heard! Simply fill out the form below, giving 12 points to your favourite country, 10 points to your second favourite country and so on. Make sure you select a country no more than once otherwise your votes will be voided and not be counted. So what are you waiting for, cast your votes below! Vote here! If …
The history of Eurovision Prediction: 2014-2020

The history of Eurovision Prediction: 2014-2020

This article is an updated version of The history of Eurovision Prediction posted in November 2019. Over the next few months, Eurovision Prediction will take place for the EIGHTH time! That’s right, unlike the contest itself, we have an unbroken run (too soon?). Although we’re potentially facing an…um…leaner national final season, there will still be plenty to predict in the coming months. Although we have our reliable regulars who play each year, here’s a condensed history of the past seven editions, in time for the new edition! Starting with our humble beginnings… 2014 The first edition of Eurovision Prediction took place in the run-up to the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. A total of 36 players took part in the game, five of which were involved in the organisation of the competition. Therefore, 31 of you were eligible to be present on the main leaderboard and it was Arianna Brooke who was the game’s first-ever winner! Samantha Ross finished as runner-up, which was to be the first of four consecutive top 11 finishes – will it be a fifth this time around? Taking the bronze medal was Jack Cuffe! Check out the full top 10 below: PositionPlayerScore1stArianna Brooke1792ndSamantha Ross1703rdJack Cuffe1664thJoana Patricia1615thJessica Cambridge1606thCallum Nowacki1527thMila Kovalj1508thDennis & …
🇵🇱 Rate Junior Eurovision 2020 on the My Eurovision Scoreboard app now!

🇵🇱 Rate Junior Eurovision 2020 on the My Eurovision Scoreboard app now!

After an influx of entries last month, we are now able to listen to 11 of the 12 entries of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the Georgian entry expected to be released next weekend. Now, with the contest less than a month away, the team at the My Eurovision Scoreboard smartphone app have launched their Junior Eurovision 2020 rate! What is My Eurovision Scoreboard? For those who are newcomers to the app, My Eurovision Scoreboard is the ultimate rankings app for the Eurovision Song Contest and its junior counterpart with over 100,000 users. Listen to the songs, interactively rank them via the app and share your results with your friends and with the My Eurovision Scoreboard community. The fun doesn’t stop there, as you can also rank every Eurovision national final and every Eurovision Song Contest from the last decade! Click below to download the app for free right now from the Apple iOS store or the Google Play store! So why not take a look at the entries below via the official Junior Eurovision 2020 playlist and cast your ratings via the app! Over the coming weeks, we’ll have a look at how the My Eurovision Scoreboard community are rating this …
Welcome to Eurovision Prediction 2021!

Welcome to Eurovision Prediction 2021!

2020 has been a tough year for everyone. For the first time in its 64 year history, the Eurovision Song Contest was not held, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the EBU has assured that the competition will take place in 2021, no matter what. Although the exact dates are yet to be confirmed, Albania’s Festivali i Këngës is right around the corner, thus kicking off the 2021 season. And with a new Eurovision season comes a new edition of everyone’s favourite Eurovision-related game…Eurovision Prediction 2021! 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 will win each national final that takes place during the 2021 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 2021 winner. We shall reveal the official rules in the coming weeks… Looking back at Eurovision Prediction 2020 After an unbelievably close competition this year, in which the top …
Eurojury 2020: Grand Final takes place tonight

Eurojury 2020: Grand Final takes place tonight

After two strong semifinals have taken place, and twenty qualifiers have been picked, tonight is time for the Grand Final of Eurojury 2020. At 21:00 CET, we will discover who will walk away with the title. A combination of 180 jurors and the televote will decide the champion – and this may well be the best representative of how the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 would have ended as the last two editions of Eurojury have forecast the actual Eurovision winner. The show will be broadcast on the Showcase website. Netta, Duncan… who next? Thousands of votes have been cast by the fans at home, which will make up the televote in tonight’s final. Adding the scores from 180 professional jurors across 42 Eurovision nations, we will find out which one of the 26 finalists will win the Eurojury 2020 trophy. The first semifinal saw our first ten qualifiers be confirmed by a combination of public and jury vote. These ten were: Russia, Lithuania, Romania, Azerbaijan, Norway, Ukraine, Sweden, Malta, Australia, Israel. In the second semifinal, another ten qualifiers were confirmed. As with the first semifinal, these were also selected by a combination of the public and jury votes. The second …
Eurojury 2020: Semifinal 1 tonight!

Eurojury 2020: Semifinal 1 tonight!

Tonight, Eurojury week will begin with our first semifinal taking place at 21:00 CEST / 20:00 BST. Clips from all the competing entries will air, plus some chat and discussion about the acts too to give the show a real Eurovision feel. The show will be broadcast on the Showcase website. The running order for the first semifinal of Eurojury 2020. © Eurovoix Three shows, one big result Voting is underway on the Eurojury website and will continue to remain open during the show too, so you can have your say on your favourite entries. Voting will close after all the competing entries have been broadcast, the results will be calculated and verified before the 10 qualifiers will be announced during the show. Voting will re-open after each semifinal and close the day before the grand final. The public vote will be combined with the 180 jurors from across 42 different nations to decide who will qualify through the semifinals and who will win the Eurojury 2020 trophy. Semifinal 1 will also feature a performance by Lucía Pérez who represented Spain back at the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 with the song “Que me quiten lo bailao” In the last two …
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