GRE

19th July 2015, 17:14

Hi there :)

This is maybe the most difficult game i attend to do.

We will try to find the best entry of 21st century (2000-2015).

The procedure is the following:

From each year we will vote for our favorite entries with the Eurovision system (12-10-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1).

Then, the most awarded entries will qualify to the next round.

For example, from 2000 the first 3 entries with the most points will qualify . From 2008 the first 6 entries the most points will qualify (it depends on the number of entries each year). So we will have 81 qualifiers overall.

These 81 songs will be splited into 3 Semifinals (27 entries each one).

9 songs from each Semi will go to the Grand Final.

So, we will have a Grand Final of 27 entries.

1st round=>Voting for each year our favorite songs (12-10-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1)

Semifinals=>81 qualified entries will be splited into 3 Semifinals of 27 songs each one.

Grand Final=>First 9 songs of each Semifinal will qualify to the Final.

Who wants to be a juror?

You can apply here. :)

This is maybe the most difficult game i attend to do.

We will try to find the best entry of 21st century (2000-2015).

The procedure is the following:

From each year we will vote for our favorite entries with the Eurovision system (12-10-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1).

Then, the most awarded entries will qualify to the next round.

For example, from 2000 the first 3 entries with the most points will qualify . From 2008 the first 6 entries the most points will qualify (it depends on the number of entries each year). So we will have 81 qualifiers overall.

These 81 songs will be splited into 3 Semifinals (27 entries each one).

9 songs from each Semi will go to the Grand Final.

So, we will have a Grand Final of 27 entries.

1st round=>Voting for each year our favorite songs (12-10-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1)

Semifinals=>81 qualified entries will be splited into 3 Semifinals of 27 songs each one.

Grand Final=>First 9 songs of each Semifinal will qualify to the Final.

Who wants to be a juror?

You can apply here. :)