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Euro-Asian Song Contest

Abbrev.

EASC

Founded

December,29,2012

Origin

El Salvador El Salvador /
USA United States

Editions

8

Specials

0

Countries

52

Songs

147

Channel

Link

Status

EASC 9 is underway

Euro-Asian Song Contest (abbreviated EASC), sometimes spelled Euro-Asian Song Contest, is a song contest on Youtube. The contest is hosted by selreyes.

RulesEdit

  1. You cannot participate with two countries at one edition
  2. The song you want to participate with it, it must be from the country you selected
  3. Songs from (J)ESC are not allowed
  4. To vote comment in the recap video and you are voting in ESC style (1-8,10,12)
  5. When one edition starts you are able to submit a song for next edition.

WinnersEdit

Edn. Country Artist Song Points Margin Runner-up Host city
#1 South Korea South Korea SPICA "Lonely" 116 7 Ireland Ireland Sweden Stockholm
#2 Poland Poland Sylwia Grzeszczak ‘’Karuzela‘’ 124 1 Sweden Sweden South Korea Seoul
#3 Armenia Armenia Sirusho "PreGomesh" 148 8 Georgia Georgia Poland Warsaw
#4 Netherlands Netherlands Armin van Buuren ft. Sharon den Adel "In and Out of Love" 186 16 Russia Russia Armenia Yerevan
#5 Sweden Sweden Alex Saidac "Stay In This Moment" 187 1 Norway Norway Netherlands Valkenburg
#6 Liechtenstein Liechtenstein Mia Diekow "Lieblingslied" 175 32 Denmark Denmark Sweden Malmö
#7 Australia Australia Dami Im "Alive" 130 20 Norway Norway Denmark Copenhagen
#8 Greece Greece Nicolas Costa & Freaky Fortune "In A World Without You" 102 4 Sweden Sweden Denmark Aalborg
#9 TBD TBD "TBD" TBD TBD TBD Greece Athens

Winner LanguageEdit

Wins Language Editions Countries
4 English 4, 5, 7, 8 Netherlands Netherlands, Sweden Sweden , Australia Australia, Greece Greece
1 Armenian 3 Armenia Armenia
German 6 Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
Korean 1 South Korea South Korea
Polish 2 Poland Poland

List Of Host Cities Of Euro-Asian Song ContestEdit

Country City Venue Edition
Sweden Sweden Stockholm Friends Arena #1
Malmö Malmö Arena #6
Denmark Denmark Copenhagen Parken Stadium #7
Aalborg Gigantium #8
South Korea South Korea Seoul Seoul Olympic Stadium #2
Poland Poland Warsaw National Stadium, Warsaw #3
Armenia Armenia Yerevan Hrazdan Stadium #4
Netherlands Netherlands Valkenburg Sport- en Recreatiecentrum De Polfermolen #5
Greece Greece Athens Athens Olympic Stadium #9

AwardsEdit

Edition Award Country Artist Song
#1 Most 12 Points Award United Kingdom United Kingdom Paloma Faith "New York"
#1 Country That Received Points From Most Countries Russia Russia Serebro "Gun"
#2 Most 12 Points Award Poland Poland Sylwia Grzeszczak "Karuzela"
#2 Country That Received Points From Most Countries Sweden Sweden September "Cry For You"
#2 Jury Award Greece Greece Nikos Ganos "This love is killing me"
#2 Heart Award Russia Russia Julia Volkova "Didn't Want To Do It"
#2 Underrated Award Iraq Iraq Soma Manuchar "Janie"
#2 Artistic Award United Kingdom United Kingdom Elton John "Can You Feel The Love Tonight"
#3 Jury Award Romania Romania (Semi 1) Inna "Crazy Sexy Wild"
#3 Sweden Sweden (Semi 2) Amanda Jenssen "Amarula Tree"
#3 South Korea South Korea (Final) Andamiro "Hypnotize"
#3 Most 12 Points Award South Korea South Korea Andamiro "Hypnotize"
#3 Country That Received Points From Most Countries Armenia Armenia Sirusho "PreGomesh"
#3 Heart Award Iceland Iceland Greta Salóme "In the Silence"
#3 Underrated Award Ireland Ireland Girls Aloud vs Sugababes Walk This Way
#3 Artistic Award Georgia Georgia Katie Melua "The Flood"
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