EUROVISION.TV REPORTS / SPOTIFY – Universal Music wants to celebrate the artists & songs of 2020 with their fans: compete with others to represent your country, collect points and be entered to win Eurovision Song Contest prizes. This is the Eurovision Heatmap!
The Eurovision Heatmap, a competition of listeners between countries, is here! Universal Music Group invites you to stream your favourite songs of 2020 and be entered to win Eurovision 2020 merchandise by collecting points for listening.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
To enter, you can go to the official website of the Eurovision Heatmap, log in via your Spotify account and choose one of the 41 countries participating in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. From then on, you’ll be collecting points for them in the competition. You’ll be prompted to choose a nickname in the sign-up process, but choose wisely, you’ll see it associated with your points and country in the Player Leader Board.
Once you are with connected, the integrated player on the contest website will show you a Eurovision Song Contest 2020 playlist; you can stream the playlist with your own Spotify account. It doesn’t matter whether you participate with your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer.
From there, every song you listen to counts! The more you play them, the more points you collect for you and the country you’re representing. And it doesn’t matter which songs from the playlist you listen to either: you can skip or listen to specific songs again and again. With every song, you and your country earn a point.
The Country Leader Board will show the points for all 41 countries.
The competition will close on 16 May at 23:59 CEST.
Read the terms & conditions here.