Blog > 16 April, 2023
Step-by-step instructions for creating your own scoreboard, including how to let others vote on the winner.
Greetings, Eurovision enthusiasts! What if we told you that you could take your Eurovision experience to the next level by creating your very own scoreboard and hosting Eurovision-themed games or competitions? 🤩
In this post, we'll guide you through the process of setting up a custom scoreboard that you can share and use with your friends. Whether you're looking to host a Eurovision party, engage in friendly rivalry, or simply enjoy the competition from the comfort of your couch, our DIY scoreboard will add a fun, interactive twist to your Eurovision experience. One simple idea is that you create your own alternative voting system and let your friends vote on the winner.
So, grab your country flags and get ready to dive into a world of music and glitter! 🪄
We are going to be using Keepthescore.com to create a scoreboard like the one shown above. Keepthescore is a free tool that allows you to create and share scoreboards, leaderboards, and widgets. It's easy to use, and you can create a scoreboard in just a few minutes. Your scoreboard will be a stand-alone webpage that you can share with your friends and family or embed on a website or blog.
The great thing is that your friends can vote on the scoreboard directly and everybody will automtically see the updated scores.
The basic functionality is free and supported by ads. If you want to remove the ads, you can upgrade to a premium account for 12 USD per month.
The whole process takes less than 2 minutes.
You can change the scores using the screen you are now on.
Now that you have created your leaderboard, you can share it with your friends and let them vote on the winner. The best way is to give them "restricted access" to your leaderboard. This means they can change the scores, but cannot reset the scores, add or delete players, or change the theme.
Proceed as follows:
Do you have a question, feedback, or a feature request? Please comment below.