Welcome to ScoreWIZ 2.1
What is Scorewiz?
Scorewiz is a tool with which you can create scoreboard presentations in the Eurovision style, that is with 'juries' or 'voters' giving points from 1 to 12, omitting 9 and 11 to their favourite .... whatever: songs, ice cream flavours, hotties, pets and so on.
As scoreboard adminstrator you can choose to collect the votes yourself and fill them in, or generate voting links so everyone can vote secretly. Ideal for your online competition.
What do I need to see Scorewiz scoreboards?
Why was Scorewiz down for some time?
Because the former hosting company messed things up and 'lost' the Scorewiz account! That's why Scorewiz was moved on 4 April 2012. Fingers crossed that it will be more stable and in safer hands this time.
Do my pre-crash scoreboads still work?
When moving the database to the new server, we had to leave behind some of the older scoreboards. Most scoreboards from before summer 2011 (with ID's lower than 20000) - except the ones that had a significant number of visitors - have been deleted.
Who is behind Scorewiz and who will help me when it breaks again?
Scorewiz was added as a feature to the former Eurovision Record Book site, and became part of ESC Nation (formerly Eurovision Nation) when that site merged with the former Doteurovision Message Board.
It was developed by Ben Tumminaro from the Netherlands in about 2006 and was totally revamped, with new features (version 2.0) in 2010. Now this may sound rude, but Scorewiz is a fre tool, and comes as it is. It is still up by popular demand but the developer doesn't always have the time to fix issues quickly.
Please do NOT complain at the ESC Nation Message Board if this site seems to be down or not working for some reason. Simply because the mods at ESC Nation cannot do anything about it. Scorewiz is on another server, it's another website.
ScoreWIZ withholds the right to delete scoreboards that for example
- have not been visited, or set visible for over 60 days
- are obviously registered only for testing purposes
- have no votes set within a reasonable amount of time
- have a vague description, like a title consisting of only random characters
- are regarded inappropriate for any other reason