Eurovision Prediction

This is the place to find all the latest information and results about our popular Eurovision Prediction game!

The history of Eurovision Prediction: 2014-2018!

This article is an updated version of Eurovision Prediction: A history posted in December 2017. Over the next few months, Eurovision Prediction will take place for the sixth time! We’re sure that many of our players in Eurovision Prediction won’t be playing for the first time. However, we’re also sure that we’ll get some of you joining us for their first attempt at everyone’s favourite Eurovision game! So here is a look at the history of the first five editions of Eurovision Prediction, just in time for the new edition to begin! 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, now part of our very own ESCXTRA team! Check out the full top 10 below: …

Be my guess: Welcome to Eurovision Prediction 2019!

Welcome, girl and boy! Take my hand, let’s enjoy! A very inventive pun we know. Yes, it is now September which means we have officially begun the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest season. Of course, with a new Eurovision Song Contest season comes a new edition of everyone’s favourite Eurovision-related game… Eurovision Prediction 2019! Breaking all records in 2018… thanks to you! Between 2014 and 2017, the fantastic Glen Bartlett created and hosted this fantastic online game but unfortunately stepped down from the game after the contest in Kyiv. Thankfully, he let us here at ESCXTRA.com become the new hosts of the game! Both regular players and brand new players joined us for Eurovision Prediction 2018 and we absolutely SMASHED the previous record number of participants. An unprecedented 218 of you took part in Eurovision Prediction 2018. This more than doubled our previous record of 82 players achieved back in 2016. In addition, we more than tripled the 58 players that took part in 2017. Once again, we thank everyone who has played in 2018. Now, we hope you’ll join us all over again for Eurovision Prediction 2019! What is Eurovision Prediction? For those of you who have never played Eurovision …

FINAL RESULTS: Who has won Eurovision Prediction 2018?

Over the weekend, you have been taking part in the twelfth and final round of Eurovision Prediction 2018. We’ve now witnessed the national finals in Norway, Sweden and Lithuania. Therefore, let’s see how the results of these shows have affected the scoreboard. Furthermore, it’s time to discover our winner! Calculating your points! As stated in the rules, our scoring system varies depending on what results are revealed during the broadcast. In Sweden and Lithuania, full rankings of the participating entries were revealed during the live broadcast. Therefore, predicting the winning entry would earn you 12 and 6 points respectively. Predicting the runner-up earns you 11 and 5 points respectively and so on. In Norway, we use a hybrid of our scoring system. Predicting Alexander earns you 10 points, and Rebecca earns you 9 points. With no clarification of who placed third and fourth, predicting either Aleksander or Stella & Alexandra earns you 7 points. Predicting any other finalist earns the minimum 1 point. Here are the final results! Over the past three months, an unprecedented 218 of you have taken part in Eurovision Prediction 2018. This more than doubled our previous record of 82 players achieved back in 2016. In addition, we’ve …

You have predicted Ieva Zasimauskaitė to win tonight’s national final in Lithuania!

Over the last few days, you have been submitting your predictions for the twelfth and final round of Eurovision Prediction 2018. The second part of your task was to choose who will win Eurovizijos. Therefore, let’s take a look at who you collectively expect to win the Lithuanian ticket to Lisbon tonight! Let’s look at the statistics During this twelfth round of Eurovision Prediction 2018, 103 of you have predicted who you think will take the win in Lithuania. Here are the entries that have been predicted to win in order of frequency, from most to least: 🇱🇹 LITHUANIA 🇱🇹 Ieva Zasimauskaitė “When We’re Old” – 80.6% (83 predictions to win) Paula “1 2 3” – 6.8% (7 predictions to win) Kotryna Juodzevičiūtė “That Girl” – 5.8% (6 predictions to win) Monika Marija “The Truth” – 3.9% (4 predictions to win) The Roop “Yes, I Do” – 1.9% (2 predictions to win) Jurgis Brūzga “4Love” – 1.0% (1 prediction to win) So, are you in the majority that expects Ieva to take the victory tonight? Or perhaps you are expecting an underdog to come through? So far, the majority of Eurovision Prediction players have predicted 18 out of 29 national final winners correctly. …

You have predicted Benjamin Ingrosso and Rebecca to win tonight’s national finals!

Over the last few days, you have been submitting your predictions for the twelfth and final round of Eurovision Prediction 2018. This time, the first part of your task was to choose who will win Melodifestivalen and Melodi Grand Prix. Therefore, let’s take a look at who you collectively expect to win the Swedish and Norwegian tickets to Lisbon tonight! Let’s look at the statistics During this twelfth round of Eurovision Prediction 2018, 103 of you have predicted who you think will take the win in both Norway and Sweden. Here are the entries that have been predicted to win in order of frequency, from most to least: 🇳🇴 NORWAY 🇳🇴 Rebecca “Who We Are” – 43.7% (45 predictions to win) Alexander Rybak “That’s How You Write A Song” – 29.1% (30 predictions to win) Aleksander Walmann “Talk To The Hand” – 9.7% (10 predictions to win) Ida Maria “Scandilove” – 9.7% (10 predictions to win) Alejandro Fuentes “Tengo Otra” – 3.9% (4 predictions to win) Charla K “Stop The Music” – 1.9% (2 predictions to win) Stella & Alexandra “You Got Me” – 1.0% (1 prediction to win) Vidar Villa “Moren din” – 1.0% (1 prediction to win) Nicoline “Light Me Up” – 0.0% (0 predictions to win) Tom Hugo “I Like …

FINAL ROUND: It’s time to make your predictions for Norway, Sweden and Lithuania!

Welcome to ROUND TWELVE of Eurovision Prediction 2018. This is the final round of the competition and your final chance to make a bid for victory! This weekend, the national finals in Norway, Sweden and Lithuania will take place. Now, it is up to you to predict who will be the winners! Key information A total of 28 points are on offer in this round. The breakdown of points can be seen below. Norway’s Melodi Grand Prix – up to 10 points available Sweden’s Melodifestivalen – up to 12 points available Lithuania’s Eurovizijos – up to 6 points available For a full explanation of the rules, please read here! The deadline for predicting in this final round is 6pm CET on Saturday 10th March 2018, prior to the Norwegian and Swedish national selections taking place later that evening. Of course, you can edit your predictions by revisiting this form up until our deadline. The results of this twelfth and final round will be announced following Sunday’s Lithuanian final. Here is the current scoreboard following the conclusion of round eleven! It’s time to predict! You will require a Google Account to register your votes. The email address you use to login to the form and to submit your …

RESULTS: Look at the latest Eurovision Prediction 2018 scoreboard with just one round to go!

Over the weekend, you have been taking part in round eleven of Eurovision Prediction 2018. We’ve now witnessed the national finals in Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Poland, San Marino and Portugal. Therefore, let’s see how the results of these shows affect our scoreboard as we approach the final round of the game! Calculating your points! As stated in the rules, our scoring system varies depending on what results are revealed during the broadcast. In almost all of these national finals, full rankings of the competing acts were broadcast during the show. Therefore, predicting first place earns you maximum points, second place earns you one point less than maximum and so on. The only exception was the national final in San Marino. In 1in360, we received rankings for only the top 5 finishers during the live broadcast. Therefore, predicting the acts that placed 1st through to equal 5th (Jessika, Sara, Jenifer, Giovanni and Camilla & Franklin) will earn you 11 through to 7 points respectively. Predicting any of the remaining acts earns you the minimum 1 point. Here is the scoreboard! So what does this mean for the scoreboard? For the second weekend in a row, there was LOTS of points available. Arguably the …

Who have you predicted to win this weekend’s six shows? Find out here!

Over the last few days, you have been submitting your predictions for round eleven of Eurovision Prediction 2018. This time, your task was to choose who will win a whole bunch of different national finals! So without wasting any time further, let’s take a look at who you collectively expect to win the Estonian, Finnish, Sammarinese, Polish, Icelandic and Portuguese tickets to Lisbon this weekend! Six shows A grand total of 102 people have sent in their predictions for this week’s national finals. One more even for Saara Aalto’s UMK, where 103 people predicted the winning song. Luckily, 88 of you were right in that one already! Check out below who you’ve predicted for each show. Any act not mentioned received zero predictions. UMK – Saara Aalto Saara Aalto – Monsters: 85.44% (88 predictions to win) Saara Aalto – Queens: 10.68% (11 predictions to win) Saara Aalto – Domino: 3.88% (4 predictions to win) Eesti Laul Elina Nechayeva – La Forza: 94.12% (96 predictions to win) Stig Rästa – Home: 1.96% (2 predictions to win) Karl Kristjan & Karl Killing ft. Wateva – Young: 1.96% (2 predictions to win) Nika – Knock Knock: 0.98% (1 prediction to win) Sibyl Vane – Thousand Words: 0.98% (1 …

ROUND ELEVEN: It’s time to make your predictions for 6 more national finals!

Welcome to ROUND ELEVEN of Eurovision Prediction 2018. This may be the penultimate round of the competition, but there’s still a LOT of points on offer! This weekend, the national finals in Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Poland, San Marino and Portugal will take place. Now, it is up to you to predict who will be the winners! Key information A total of 54 points are on offer in this round. The breakdown of points can be seen below. Estonia’s Eesti Laul – up to 10 points available Finland’s UMK – up to 3 points available Iceland’s Söngvakeppnin – up to 6 points available Poland’s Krajowe Eliminacje – up to 10 points available San Marino’s 1in360 – up to 11 points available Portugal’s Festival da Canção – up to 14 points available For a full explanation of the rules, please read here! The deadline for predicting round eleven is 6pm CET on Saturday 3rd March 2018, prior to five national finals taking place later that evening. Of course, you can edit your prediction by revisiting this form up until our deadline. The results of round eleven will be announced early next week. Here is the current scoreboard following the conclusion of round ten! It’s time to predict! You will require a Google …

RESULTS: Who is leading after round ten of Eurovision Prediction 2018?

Over the past week, you have been taking part in rounds nine and ten of Eurovision Prediction 2018. We’ve now witnessed national finals in Serbia, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Moldova, Slovenia, Ukraine, Armenia and Romania. Therefore, let’s see how the results of these shows affect our scoreboard! Calculating your points! As stated in the rules, our scoring system varies depending on what results are revealed during the broadcast. In almost all of these national finals, full rankings of the competing acts were broadcast during the show. Therefore, predicting first place earns you maximum points, second place earns you one point less than maximum and so on. The only exception was the national final in Hungary. In A Dal, we received rankings for 5th to 8th place. Therefore, predicting 5th earns you 4 points, predicting 6th earns 3 points and so on. However, amongst the top 4, only the winner was revealed. Therefore, the other superfinalists will receive 5 points as if they all placed fourth. Here is the scoreboard! So what does this mean for the scoreboard? With SO many points on offer, it is impossible to round up all of the key changes. Therefore, we’ve added a little statistic onto our scoreboard …