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13 February: Rounding up the latest My Eurovision Scoreboard community rankings!

13 February: Rounding up the latest My Eurovision Scoreboard community rankings!

Last year, we were thrilled to bring to you a brand new feature by teaming up with the team at the My Eurovision Scoreboard smartphone applications to bring you a regular look at the views of their community members. This year we’re back! 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. 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 national final and every contest this 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 🇳🇴 Norway: Raylee and Ulrikke Brandstorp are neck and neck in first and second place, with 8929 and 8901 points respectively. Following that tight race is Rein Alexander with 6624 points and Kristin Husøy with 6495. Luckily we’ll have our answer who will represent the country pretty soon!🇱🇹 Lithuania: Moniqué looks like …
ROUND 6: It’s time to make your 2020 Eurovision Prediction for Armenia, Lithuania and Norway!

ROUND 6: It’s time to make your 2020 Eurovision Prediction for Armenia, Lithuania and Norway!

Welcome to ROUND SIX of Eurovision Prediction 2020. This weekend, the finals of Depi Evratesil in Armenia, Pabandom iš naujo in Lithuania and Melodi Grand Prix in Norway will all take place. Therefore, it’s time for you to predict who will win these three selections! 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 2020 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 prize to the winner. Click here for a full explanation of the rules and our scoring system. This round, there is expected to be a maximum of 30 points available to win! For a full explanation of the rules and our scoring system, please read here! Here is a breakdown of the national finals in this round: Armenia – 12 points available (Click here for more information)Lithuania – 8 points available (Click here for more information)Norway – 10 points available (Click here for more information) Round five …
RESULTS: Here’s the Eurovision Prediction 2020 leaderboard after round 5!

RESULTS: Here’s the Eurovision Prediction 2020 leaderboard after round 5!

Over the past few days, you have been taking part in round 5 of Eurovision Prediction 2020! This time, it was your task to predict who you thought would win the national finals in Australia, Italy, Latvia and Malta! 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 Italy earned you 23 points following the disqualification of one entry, in Malta it earned you 4 points, in Australia it earned you 10 points and in Latvia it earned you 9 points. Predicting the second-placed entry earned you one point less than the maximum and so on. 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 6! Thank you to all 325 of you who have taken part so far! Stay …
🇮🇹 YOU have predicted Elodie to win Festival di Sanremo in Italy!

🇮🇹 YOU have predicted Elodie to win Festival di Sanremo in Italy!

Over the last past few days, you have been submitting your predictions for the round 5 of Eurovision Prediction 2020. For this round, your task was to predict the winner of Eurovision – Australia Decides in Australia, Festival di Sanremo in Italy, Supernova in Latvia and The X Factor in Malta. Now, let’s take a look at who you collectively expect to win the Italian ticket to Rotterdam (should they accept!) During this fifth round of Eurovision Prediction 2020, 200 of you have predicted who you think will take victory in Italy. Without further ado, here are the entries that YOU have predicted to win in order of frequency, from most to least: RankArtistSongNumber of predictionsPercentage1Elodie“Andromeda” 9447.00%2Francesco Gabbani“Viceversa” 4522.50%3Pinguini Tattici Nucleari “Ringo Starr” 2814.00%4Diodato“Fai rumore” 115.50%5Achille Lauro“Me ne frego” 42.00%6Alberto Urso“Il sole ad est” 42.00%7Le Vibrazioni“Dov’è” 42.00%8Levante“Tiki Bom Bom”21.00%9Piero Pelù“Gigante”21.00% 10Rancore“Eden”21.00% 11Anastasio“Rosso di rabbia”10.50%12Elettra Lamborghini“Musica (E il resto scompare)”10.50% 13Raphael Gualazzi“Carioca”10.50% 14Tosco“Ho amato tutto”10.50% We will publish the official round 5 results shortly after the conclusion of tonight’s national finals. Stay tuned to see how you fare against the rest of the competition! Last year, our Eurovision Prediction 2019 players collectively predicted 16 out of 29 national final winners correctly. In 2018, your record …
🇲🇹 YOU have predicted Destiny Chukunyere to win X Factor Malta 2020

🇲🇹 YOU have predicted Destiny Chukunyere to win X Factor Malta 2020

Over the last past week, you have been submitting your predictions for the Round 5 of Eurovision Prediction 2020. For this round, your task was to predict the winner Latvia’s Supernova, X Factor Malta, Australia Decides and San Remo. Airing Saturday night (CET), let’s look at the results of the X Factor Malta prediction. Despite another ridiculously fast round, 202 of you voted in the fifth round of Eurovision Prediction 2020. Without further ado, here are the contestants that YOU have predicted to win in order of frequency, from most to least: RankArtistNumber of predictionsPercentage1Destiny Chukunyere18993.60%2Justine Shorfid84.00%3F.A.I.T.H.42%4Kyle Cutajar10.5% We’ve seen plenty of convincing leads over the year, but 94% of the vote is a whole new level. Ryan, Nathan and Costa all seemed to agree in our prediction video for X Factor Malta. Although, as none of the four finalists have ever been in the bottom, it may not be as straight forward as we all expect… We will publish the official Round 5 leaderboard on Sunday (9th February). Stay tuned to see how you fare against the rest of the competition! In the meantime, you can see the current leaderboard below: Click here to take a look at the latest Eurovision Prediction 2020 scoreboard! This year, …
🇱🇻 YOU have predicted Samanta Tīna to win Supernova 2020!

🇱🇻 YOU have predicted Samanta Tīna to win Supernova 2020!

Over the last past week, you have been submitting your predictions for the Round 5 of Eurovision Prediction 2020. For this round, your task was to predict the winner Latvia’s Supernova, X Factor Malta, Australia Decides and San Remo. Let’s take a look at who you lot predicted will win Latvia’s Supernova tomorrow morning! Despite another ridiculously fast round, 202 of you voted in the fifth round of Eurovision Prediction 2020. Without further ado, here are the contestants that YOU have predicted to win in order of frequency, from most to least: RankArtistSong Number of predictionsPercentage1Samanta TīnaStill Breathing16581.70%2Edgars KreilisTridymite115.40%3ANNNAPolyester84%4Katrīna DimantaHeart Beats73.50%5Miks DukursI’m Falling for You63%6Katrīna BindereI Will Break Your Heart21.00%7Bad HabitsSail with You21.00%8DRIKSNAStay10.50%9SelesteLike Me00.00% Once again, we see a HUGE majority for Samanta, who we also unanimously backed in our Prediction video, which included insight from Aivis, an actual Latvian. And with Supernova going 100% televote this year, will the most popular song win? We will find out tomorrow night… We will publish the official Round 5 leaderboard on Sunday (9th February). Stay tuned to see how you fare against the rest of the competition! In the meantime, you can see the current leaderboard below: Click here to take a look at the latest Eurovision Prediction 2020 scoreboard! …
🇦🇺 YOU have predicted Montaigne to win Australia Decides!

🇦🇺 YOU have predicted Montaigne to win Australia Decides!

Over the last past week, you have been submitting your predictions for the Round 5 of Eurovision Prediction 2020. For this round, your task was to predict the winner Latvia’s Supernova, X Factor Malta, Australia Decides and San Remo. Airing Saturday morning (CET), we first visit the results of Australia Decides! Despite another ridiculously fast round, 202 of you voted in the fifth round of Eurovision Prediction 2020. Without further ado, here are the contestants that YOU have predicted to win in order of frequency, from most to least: RankArtistSong Number of predictionsPercentage1Montaigne“Don’t Break Me”11657.40%2Vanessa Amorosi“Lessons of Love”4220.80%3Jack Vidgen“I Am King I Am Queen”146.90%4Jaguar Jonze“Rabbit Hole”125.90%5Mitch Tambo“Together”94.50%6Didirri“Raw Stuff“63%7Jordan-Ravi“Pushing Stars”21%8Casey Donovan“Proud”10.50%9iOTA “Life”00%10Diana Rouvas“Can We Make Heaven”00% Once again, a pretty convincing lead for Montaigne, who we also unanimously backed in our Prediction video, which included insight from special guest Laura from Aussievision. We also noted that Vanessa is still very much a contender, and you seemed to agree, ranking her second. Note, the latter won a convincing lead in the audience poll after rehearsals today. Could we be in for yet another round of Prediction selecting the wrong winner? We will publish the official Round 5 leaderboard on Sunday (9th February). Stay tuned to see how you fare against …
ROUND 5: It’s time to make your 2020 Eurovision Prediction for Australia, Italy, Latvia and Malta!

ROUND 5: It’s time to make your 2020 Eurovision Prediction for Australia, Italy, Latvia and Malta!

Welcome to ROUND FIVE of Eurovision Prediction 2020. This weekend, the finals of Eurovision – Australia Decides in Australia, Sanremo Music Festival in Italy, Supernova in Latvia and The X Factor in Malta will all take place. Therefore, it’s time for you to predict who will win these four selections! 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 2020 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 prize to the winner. Click here for a full explanation of the rules and our scoring system. This round, there is expected to be a maximum of 47 points available to win! For a full explanation of the rules and our scoring system, please read here! Here is a breakdown of the national finals in this round: Australia – 10 points available (Click here for more information)Italy – 24 points available (Click here for more information)Latvia – 9 points available (Click here …
RESULTS: Here’s the Eurovision Prediction 2020 leaderboard after round 4!

RESULTS: Here’s the Eurovision Prediction 2020 leaderboard after round 4!

Over the past couple of weeks, you have been taking part in rounds 3 and 4 of Eurovision Prediction 2020! This time, it was your task to predict who you thought would win the national finals in Czech Republic and Israel. 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 both the Czech Republic and Israel. Correctly redicting Benny Cristo to win in the Czech Republic will have earned you the maximum 7 points. Second-placed Elis Mraz feat. Čis T earned you 6 points and so on. Likewise, in Israel, predicting Eden Alene as the winner earned you the maximum 4 points. Runner-up Ella-Lee Lahav earned you 3 points and so on. 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 5! Thank you to all …
05 February: Rounding up the latest My Eurovision Scoreboard community rankings!

05 February: Rounding up the latest My Eurovision Scoreboard community rankings!

Last year, we were thrilled to bring to you a brand new feature by teaming up with the team at the My Eurovision Scoreboard smartphone applications to bring you a regular look at the views of their community members. This year we’re back! 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. 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 national final and every contest this 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 🇳🇴 Norway: It’s quite tight in this week’s fifth heat of Melodi Grand Prix. Elin & The Woods is just edging ahead of Liza Vassilieva in second, with Kevin Boine not too far behind in third. Jenny Jenssen is a little way behind in fourth.🇱🇹 Lithuania: Ahead …
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