Season 87 - Tie-Break
Spotify’s Top Twenty Most Listened to Christmas Songs Globally
Name as many Christmas Songs as possible from Spotify’s global top 20 Christmas list and the artists behind them.
Rules for the Tie-breaker: List as many of the the Christmas songs on Spotify’s global top 20 Christmas list and the artists behind them as possible. Naming songs or artists that are not on the list will deduct a point. However, if more than one artist participated on track, naming one of the artists will result in a point, naming multiple artists will result in several points (maximum three points, though), but be careful, straying off the wrong way might leave you with a negative score. If a song or an artist is represented several times on the list, naming that song or artist will award you multiple points. You can answer several times until 7 o’clock CET tomorrow (23 December). There will be no continuous update of who has the most correct answers, nor will the quizmaster answer whether or not an answer is correct or incorrect when it has been submitted. Players are allowed to delete submitted answers, if they realise an answer given might be incorrect.
If two or more players finish with the same number of tie-break points, the player who has given the most correct answers (but also more incorrect answers) is the winner. If the players are still tied they will get a new question, where they will be asked for one answer to a question they will not know the exact answer to. The player who comes closest to the correct answer will then be declared the winner.
Everybody can play along of course, but it will not give anybody additional points - the-tie break is only meant to sort out the ranking of the top players.
Player one names the following songs and artists: A, B, C and D and X, Y and Z
Player two names the following songs and artists: A, B, and C and X
A, B, C and D are correct answers X, Y and Z are wrong answers
Therefore Player one has a score of 1 (4 correct minus 3 incorrect) and Player two has a score of 2 (3 correct minus 1 incorrect)
Thus Player two wins with a score of 2 even if player one had more correct answers overall.