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Eurovision Battle Royale 2028
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Dates
Semi-Final 1 31 May - 4 June
Semi-Final 2 1 June - 8 June
Semi-Final 3 2 June - 6 June
Grand Final 16 June - 24 June
Host
Host Country Flag of Malta.svg Malta
Arena Kemmuna Island
Participants
Participating Countries 55
Debuting None
Returning None
Withdrawing None
Result
Winning Citizen Charles van Eijl
Country Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium
Kills 4
Eurovision Battle Royale
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The Eurovision Battle Royale 2028, also known as the Eurovision 2028, or the EBR 2028, or more simply Malta 2028, was the 13th annual edition of the Battle Royale contest that took place in Malta. A total of 55 countries announced their intent to participate in the event. The Battle Royale consisted of three semi-finals, with each starting 24 hours after the one that preceded it.

The host country, Malta, was the winning nation of the 12th edition the year before, which gave them automatic hosting responsibilities for this edition, as well as automatically qualifying them to the Grand Final. The other countries were obliged to compete in three semi-finals, with each being distributed randomly through a random draw. During the semi-finals, 36 citizens participated in a fight to the death until only between 11 and 12 citizens remained, with the remaining qualifying for the Grand Final in which another fight to the death would take place, this time until only one remained.

The winner of this edition of the Eurovision Battle Royale was Charles van Eijl of Belgium. He defeated dark horse Rory Dyason of Northern Ireland, who finished as the runner-up. Malta's very own Jackson Padovani finished 3rd with no kills while Norway and Ireland completed the Top 5. The host country's other citizen, Leah Ondini finished in 17th place.

This edition was notable for having the shortest-lasting Grand Final, which lasted only 9 days, as well as having the smallest Arena.

Arena Edit

The Arena for this edition was decided on the 15th of November, 2027.

EBR 2028 Arena

Format and Rules Edit

The draw to determine in which semi-final each country would participate, as well as the podium numbers on which the host country's citizens would start, took place in Valetta, on the 2nd of December, 2027. Each country had until December 1st to announce their intent to participate in the Eurovision, and each country had until March 1, 2028 to submit their citizens.

The majority of countries chose their citizen through an internal selection, by means of a "Reaping". The reaping occurs when the governments of Europe, each organizes a televised lottery of their citizens where every single one, aged between 13 and 50, are obliged to have their names placed into a big pot of sorts, and after randomizing the names like a true lottery, one male and one female name are read out live on national television by government officials. These citizens are the reaped citizens to represent their country in the Eurovision. It's notable that each year the majority of citizens see this as an exciting honor, and many volunteer to be picked. To profit from this, it's necessary for each hopeful volunteer to pay money in order for their name to be entered more than once. This process could cost from as little as £50 in poorer countries, to £500 in more wealthy ones. The maximum number of times that a volunteer can have their name in a pot is 100. One would think that there wouldn't be that many volunteers for such a violent and life-ending event, but in this universe, the citizens of Europe look extremely positively on the event and see it as rebirth of the Golden Age of Ancient Greece and Rome; therefore, there are thousands of citizens each year who try to volunteer to bring glory and honor to their country.

In the build-up to the actual event, each reaped citizen is invited to many locations all throughout Europe to promote themselves, forge alliances with the other citizens, and talk with potential sponsors. These official parties are announced by the Event Organizers (EOs) usually around the start of the new year. These are televised and watched by millions as well, similar to how millions each year watch the red carpet for award shows.

The list of Official Parties for this year:

  • 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany: Berlin (4 March)
  • Flag of Russia.svg Russia: St. Petersburg (18 March)
  • Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco: Monte Carlo (31 March)
  • Flag of Italy.svg Italy: Roma (8 April)

These parties aren't obligatory however, and some alternatives to this include immediately moving into the Citizen's Village (usually a high-tec tower or complex located in or near the city center of the most populous city in the host country). In any case, citizens are obliged to move into the Citizen's Village before the 1 of May, 2028. This is because each citizen needs time to get their fitness up and competitive to put on an entertaining TV show, as well as acclimate to the host country. The EOs provide each country and citizen with their own team of trainers, cooks, stylists, and other specialists free of charge to ensure that each citizen can become fit and competitive enough so the Battle Royale will be as entertaining as ever. For the month that the citizens live there, they are encouraged to learn survival techniques and work out so their chances of survival in the harsh Arena increases.

The night before the first semi-final, the Opening Ceremony takes place. Comparable to Olympic ceremonies, this ceremony celebrates the history and culture of the host country, and further includes multiple shows of firework, music, and other cultural and ethnic performances, as well as high-tec displays and other pyrotechnics. Following the cultural show is the Parade of Nations. Each citizen from the participating countries were brought into the main complex (usually the widest and biggest street in the Capitol of the host country) on high-tec self-driving chariots and shown to billions worldwide. More so, each chariot was decorated with symbols from the country each citizen is from, and followed their national flag. As soon as the pomp and celebration finished, the EOs and government officials of the host country gave speeches, the Eurovision Battle Royale flag was raised with the host country's flag, and the citizen's oath. The final event of the ceremony is the lighting of the cauldron, performed by the winner of the previous edition in every edition so far except the first.

Following the Opening Ceremony, the citizens are forced into lockdown in the Citizen's Village until their semi-final. It is forbidden for a citizen to have prior knowledge to results in a semi-final or access to anything that could give them an advantage in their semi-final. In fact, the citizens are forced to go with television and internet until their semi-final. This is to assure that the suspense is retained and each citizen participates fairly.

Tie-Break rules for the Semi-Finals Edit

  1. Top 11 or 12 remaining citizens in each semi-final all live to compete in the Grand Final
  2. Of those, they are firstly ranked by number of kills they have committed.
  3. If the citizens have the same number of kills, then the tie-break favors the one that reached that number of kills the earliest.
  4. If all is still tied, then the Degrees of Separation Rule is enforced.
ex. Jan of Germany kills only Teo of Belgium. Teo of Belgium had killed 2 other citizens beforehand. Erik of Sweden only kills Andriy of Russia. Andriy of Russia had killed 1 citizen beforehand. Jan of Germany will be ranked higher than Erik of Sweden in the semi-finals.
5. This Degree of Separation Rule will continue until necessary.
6. If all is still tied, the tie-break favors those who are furthest away from pod number 18.
7. If all is still tied, then the citizens will share the position.

Qualification for the Grand Final Edit

Thirty-six citizens participated in each semi-final. Fifty-five countries participated in the Eurovision Battle Royale this year.

Semi-Final 1 Edit

The first semi-final took place between May 31st and June 4th.

# Country Citizen Gender Age Place Kills
01 Flag of Spain.svg Spain Guisla Ermengol female 34 29 0
02 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia & Herzegovina Dina Sidran female 14 25 0
03 1280px-Flag of England.svg England Rowan Calderon male 18 28 0
04 Flag of Albania.svg Albania Përgëzime Alia female 36 24 0
05 Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra Narcís Gayón male 15 15 0
06 Flag of France.svg France Olivie Coudert female 19 5 1
07 Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan Hafiz Seyidov male 42 27 0
08 Flag of Hungary.svg Hungary Gergő Pintér male 42 13 0
09 Flag of Poland.svg Poland Ginter Kapela male 36 16 2
10 Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus Serafima Petrovna female 42 10 0
11 Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia Velizar Savićević male 17 32 0
12 Flag of Greece.svg Greece Leonidas Vlahakis male 41 18 3
13 Flag of Italy.svg Italy Fedele Milani male 17 21 0
14 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia & Herzegovina Sakib Fazlic male 36 26 0
15 Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg Adrien Veilleux male 21 8 1
16 Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova Constantin Lahovarich male 31 35 0
17 Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia Zorica Filipović female 32 19 1
18 Flag of Finland.svg Finland Elsi Mattila female 19 17 1
19 Flag of Greece.svg Greece Martha Paraskevoula female 39 2 2
20 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Faroe Islands Óli Dahl male 38 12 0
21 Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium Charles van Eijl male 39 6 1
22 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Faroe Islands Ulla Glerfoss female 16 36 0
23 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic Ambrož Horák male 19 14 0
24 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein Mylene Beck female 33 3 2
25 Flag of Poland.svg Poland Joanna Pasinska female 18 30 0
26 Flag of Israel.svg Israel Levia Abramson female 31 23 0
27 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Theodora Brilman female 46 33 0
28 Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey Erbay Akkoyun male 43 4 1
29 Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia Vilijem Strnad male 37 1 3
30 Flag of Estonia.svg Estonia Kajar Oja female 16 22 1
31 Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland Rory Dyason male 34 7 1
32 Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland Adam Leuthert male 15 20 0
33 Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan Simaya Abulhasanova female 21 34 0
34 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany Denis Aumann male 45 8 1
35 Flag of San Marino.svg San Marino Romano Padovano male 14 31 0
36 Flag of Montenegro.svg Montenegro Atanasije Obradović male 24 9 0

Semi-Final 2 Edit

The second semi-final took place between June 1st and June 8th.

# Country Citizen Gender Age Place Kills
01 Flag of Latvia.svg Latvia Jans Cienits male 38 35 0
02 Flag of Kosovo.svg Kosovo Mirena Nesimi female 15 7 0
03 Flag of France.svg France Alain Boutot male 48 21 1
04 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan Aidos Nurzhanov male 43 20 1
05 Flag of Norway.svg Norway Anders Osland male 43 3 1
06 1280px-Flag of Austria.svg Austria Ladina Graff female 47 25 0
07 Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra Bernada Guillen female 13 22 0
08 Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco Élodie Desnoyers female 35 2 1
09 Flag of Iceland.svg Iceland Rosinkara Petersdottir female 41 27 2
10 Flag of Georgia.svg Georgia Lizzi Abkhazi female 23 28 0
11 Flag of Kosovo.svg Kosovo Caran Dzaferi male 50 16 0
12 Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland Nicole Henderson female 14 4 1
13 Flag of Macedonia.svg Macedonia Daniela Glavcheva female 22 33 0
14 Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia Lucija Gavran female 23 30 0
15 Flag of Spain.svg Spain Zipiro Sasiain male 25 11 0
16 Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Margaret Sutherland female 31 5 1
17 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria Lyoben Miroslavov male 18 31 0
18 Flag of Montenegro.svg Montenegro Stanislava Vasiljević female 14 13 1
19 Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg Clarice Provencher female 31 32 0
20 Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium Hélène Sauriol female 48 34 0
21 Flag of Latvia.svg Latvia Dace Numurs female 50 24 1
22 Flag of Cyprus.svg Cyprus Zoe Kosta female 34 23 0
23 Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark Nils Ludvigsen male 40 29 0
24 Flag of Cyprus.svg Cyprus Andrew Mavros male 35 17 1
25 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Jeroen Luuks male 29 1 2
26 Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania Audrone Kemeziene female 26 10 0
27 Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus Kirill Tsedlits male 22 6 1
28 Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Jordan Lane male 26 9 0
29 Flag of Russia.svg Russia Maksim Ozerov male 25 8 0
30 Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco Chandler Nadeau male 29 19 0
31 Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Keiran Wright male 16 12 1
32 Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Ismael Góes male 45 18 0
33 Flag of Norway.svg Norway Natalie Olden female 44 15 1
34 Flag of Romania.svg Romania Romanitza Barbulescu female 21 36 0
35 Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia Oliver Král male 17 14 0
36 Flag of Israel.svg Israel Azaryahu Loewe male 46 26 1

Semi-Final 3Edit

The third semi-final took place between June 2nd and June 6th.

# Country Citizen Gender Age Place Kills
01 Flag of Finland.svg Finland Raino Väisänen male 16 26 2
02 Flag of Russia.svg Russia Anya Aleksiyevna female 45 15 1
03 Flag of Romania.svg Romania Laurensiu Mircea male 50 31 0
04 Flag of Italy.svg Italy Lucia Marcelo female 47 4 1
05 Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia Katka Pekár female 44 19 0
06 Flag of Wales.svg Wales Riley Holmes male 38 27 0
07 Flag of San Marino.svg San Marino Ada Russo female 23 20 0
08 Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal Alice Mendes female 42 14 1
09 1280px-Flag of England.svg England Alexandra Brown female 37 16 1
10 1280px-Flag of Austria.svg Austria Luca Wexler male 34 12 1
11 Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia Mirko Katalenić male 49 8 1
12 Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden Isaac Hellström male 39 36 0
13 Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine Olesya Danylivna female 33 24 1
14 Flag of Armenia.svg Armenia Pouragn Tateossian female 32 9 1
15 Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark Marianne Bendtsen female 22 6 1
16 Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia Cvijeta Demšar female 44 3 1
17 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein Torsten Meier male 39 5 1
18 Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova Vasilica Laskarova female 30 34 0
19 Flag of Albania.svg Albania Bujet Cacaj male 50 18 0
20 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan Mahabbat Tairev female 36 17 1
21 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic Iva Koubová female 13 35 0
22 Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey Beren Saygi female 18 21 0
23 Flag of Georgia.svg Georgia Zaal Nikoladze male 38 29 0
24 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany Marina Waechter female 34 1 2
25 Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania Virginijus Paliakas male 37 11 0
26 Flag of Macedonia.svg Macedonia Gavril Yoanov male 19 2 2
27 Flag of Wales.svg Wales Katie Mitchell female 13 30 0
28 Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland Karolin Abend female 25 25 0
29 Flag of Hungary.svg Hungary Krisztina Szalai female 17 28 0
30 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria Desislava Gavrilova female 20 10 0
31 Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden Emily Jonsson female 33 22 0
32 Flag of Estonia.svg Estonia Martin Sisask male 28 23 1
33 Flag of Iceland.svg Iceland Luter Bjørgmundursson male 23 13 3
34 Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Nina Bourne female 18 7 1
35 Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine Leontiy Glazkov male 48 32 0
36 Flag of Armenia.svg Armenia Hovasap Deukmejian male 13 33 0

Summary of the Semi-Finals Edit

Preparation for the Grand Final
Edit

EBR Map 2028

Light blue countries represent those whose female qualified, the dark blue for those whose male qualified, and the medium blue for those who had both citizens qualify for the Grand Final. Countries in red failed to qualify either citizen.

The Grand Final Edit

Welcome to the start of the Eurovision Battle Royale 2028. In just under 5 minutes, thirty-six of Europe's finest and bravest citizens will be raised onto their pods going into the Arena. We are expecting this year's Grand Final to be the fastest one yet, as it takes place on a tiny island, so be prepared to see plenty of action in only a few moments of time! In the end, only one will emerge as the sole victor and Champion of Europe. We can only imagine how nervous and anxious the fans from the finalist nations must be, and how even more nervous their citizens must be!

Day 1 (June 16)Edit

  • Lucia Marcel of Flag of Italy.svg Italy is killed by Martha Paraskevoula of Flag of Greece.svg Greece.
  • Maksim Ozerov of Flag of Russia.svg Russia is killed by Martha Paraskevoula of Flag of Greece.svg Greece.
  • Adrien Veilleux of Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg is killed by Zipiro Sasiain of Flag of Spain.svg Spain.
  • Jeroen Luuks of Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands is killed by Óli Dahl of Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Faroe Islands.
  • Mirena Nesimi of Flag of Kosovo.svg Kosovo is killed by Élodie Desnoyers of Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco.
  • Vilijem Strnad of Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia is mercy-killed by his ally Élodie Desnoyers of Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco.
  • Audrone Kemeziene of Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania is killed by Nicole Henderson of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland.
  • Serafima Petrovna of Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus is killed by Anders Osland of Flag of Norway.svg Norway.
  • Torsten Meier of Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein is killed by Jordan Lane of Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland.
  • Marina Waechter of 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany is killed by Jordan Lane of Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland.
  • Pouragn Tateossian of Flag of Armenia.svg Armenia is killed by Kirill Tsedlits of Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus.
  • Margaret Sutherland of Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland is killed by Kirill Tsedlits of Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus.
  • Virginijus Paliakas of Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania is killed by Gavril Yoanov of Flag of Macedonia.svg Macedonia.
  • Mirko Katalenić of Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia is killed by Denis Aumann of 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany.

    Summary Edit

    Wow! That was a record-breaker. This opening bloodbath was perhaps the bloodiest and most violent yet! Many favorites were surprisingly killed, such as Vilijem of Slovenia, Marina of Germany, Torsten of Liechtenstein, and Adrien of Luxembourg! They were heavy favorites before the Grand Final but now they're dead. Four standout citizens today were Martha of Greece, Élodie of Monaco, Jordan of Ireland, and Kirill of Belarus. They each received two kills. Will they be our top 4? With nearly half the citizens already gone, this will certainly be the quickest Eurovision yet.

    Fourteen citizens died, 22 remain.

    Day 2 (June 17)Edit

  • Cvijeta Demšar of Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia is killed by Anders Osland of Flag of Norway.svg Norway.
  • Élodie Desnoyers of Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco is killed in a trap set by Rory Dyason of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland.
  • Desislava Gavrilova of Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria dies of wounds sustained in a battle during the Cornucopia Bloodbath.

    Summary Edit

    More shock today, as the top favorite Cvijeta of Slovenia has been surprisingly killed off by the dark horse, Anders of Norway. He bashed her head with a rock as she slept. Later in the day, sudden favorite Élodie of Monaco was tracked down and drowned on the Mediterranean seashore by silent yet brutal Rory of Northern Ireland.

    Three citizens died, 19 remain.

    Day 3 (June 18)Edit

  • Olivie Coudert of Flag of France.svg France is killed by Leah Ondini of Flag of Malta.svg Malta.

    Summary Edit

    There was less action today but plenty to cheer about if you're rooting for the Maltese. The host nation secured their first kill today when Leah and Jackson chased and cornered Olivie of France onto a cliff, where Leah stabbed her and pushed her to her death into the sea.

    One citizen died, 18 remain.

    Day 4 (June 19)Edit

  • Kirill Tsedlits of Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus is killed by Gavril Yoanov of Flag of Macedonia.svg Macedonia.
  • Leah Ondini of Flag of Malta.svg Malta is killed by Charles van Eijl of Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium.
  • Mylene Beck of Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein is killed by Nicole Henderson of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland.
  • Atanasije Obradović of Flag of Montenegro.svg Montenegro is bitten by a rattlesnake and dies hours later.

    Summary Edit

    Just a day after the host nation was given confidence that they could get back-to-back victories, Charles of Belgium came and hurt those dreams when he killed Leah. Kirill of Belarus was a heavy favorite but he was killed by one of the pre-Grand Final favorites that didn't die: Gavril of Macedonia, who is looking to secure his country's second Eurovision victory. Mylene of Liechtenstein was also tipped to do well, but fell short when she was strangled to death by Nicole of Northern Ireland.

    Four citizens died, 14 remain.

    Day 5 (June 20)Edit

  • Martha Paraskevoula of Flag of Greece.svg Greece is killed by Óli Dahl of Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Faroe Islands.

    Summary Edit

    Well she had a great start, becoming a citizen to watch on the first day, but Martha of Greece wasn't able to keep up the momentum and today she was picked off by Óli of Faroe Islands, who is firmly rising in the ranks and becoming a real contender to win.

    One citizen died, 13 remain.

    Day 6 (June 21)Edit

  • Jordan Lane of Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland is killed by Zipiro Sasiain of Flag of Spain.svg Spain.
  • Marianne Bendtsen of Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark is killed by Anders Osland of Flag of Norway.svg Norway.

    Summary Edit

    Jordan also had a great start to the Eurovision, but like Martha yesterday, he wasn't able to keep up the momentum. Zipiro, on the other hand, has had a great Eurovision so far and records his second kill after killing Jordan from Ireland. No one expected him to do well since he had an uneventful semi-final, but he is really becoming the dark horse and could potentially win now. Anders of Norway, though, remains the firm favorite after getting his third kill against his former ally Marianne of Denmark. She attacked him out of nowhere earlier this afternoon, causing him to flip her over his back onto the rocks and choke her to death.

    Two citizens died, 11 remain.

    Day 7 (June 22)Edit

    Attention Citizens! A huge earthquake was just recorded off the coast of Malta, and a tsunami warning is now in effect for the Arena. Find shelter if you wish to live!

  • Erbay Akkoyun of Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey is swept out to see by the tsunami.
  • Óli Dahl of Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Faroe Islands drowns in the tsunami after being pushed into it by Charles van Eijl of Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium.
  • Nicole Henderson of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland slips down some rocks and drowns int the tsunami.
  • Gavril Yoanov of Flag of Macedonia.svg Macedonia dies in the tsunami after being knocked unconscious by Nina Bourne of Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland.
  • Zipiro Sasiain of Flag of Spain.svg Spain is swept up by the tsunami and forcibly crashed into the rocky cliff walls, dying of blunt force trauma.

    Summary Edit

    Things are getting really exciting now! We are now in our top 6, which includes Jackson of Malta! Who will win? It's anyone's call now!

    Five citizens died, 6 remain.

    Day 8 (June 23)Edit

  • Denis Aumann of 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany is killed by Rory Dyason of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland.
  • Nina Bourne of Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland is killed by Rory Dyason of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland.
  • Anders Osland of Flag of Norway.svg Norway is killed by Charles van Eijl of Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium.

    Summary Edit

    That was a shock! Anders against Charles was a battle we'd thought we would see as a final, not for 4th place! Anders of Norway had been the odds on favorite, but he fell at the last hurdle and now only finished fourth after having his throat slit by Charles van Eijl, who is now joint-second favorite to win alongside Jackson of Malta, trailing Rory Dyason of Northern Ireland who is odds-on favorite to win. There was huge controversy that overshadowed the jubilation though. The killing of the Irish citizen by the Northern Irish citizen has apparently sparked indignation and protests in Ireland. Considering the bloody history between those two countries, this might get political which is a real shame. This is reminiscent to Eurovision 2022, the most dramatic and politicized battle royale where the Kosovar citizen killed the Serbian citizen in the final showdown and won, causing an intense political rift between the two nations. We hope this doesn't reach those levels in the likely event that Rory wins!

    Three citizens died, 3 remain.

    Day 9 (June 24)Edit

  • Jackson Padovani of Flag of Malta.svg Malta is killed by Rory Dyason of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland.
  • Rory Dyason of Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland is killed by Charles van Eijl of Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium.

    Summary Edit

    And that's it! Ladies and Gentlemen, the winner of the 13th Eurovision Battle Royale is Charles van Eijl of Belgium! Congratulations!

    What an exciting final that was. Rory of Northern Ireland was so close to being the true dark horse, coming out of nowhere at the very end to dominate the competition. He killed Jackson of Malta - ruining the host nation's own chances to get a back-to-back victory. The final battle between Rory and Charles was an epic and picturesque one: taking place at sunset, with the setting sun on the Mediterranean on a backdrop above the Blue Lagoon, as the two men fought each other with all their might. In the end, the older citizen Charles pinned Rory down and choked him with his own uniform collar. Rory struggled against the Belgian, but nothing was going to break Charles' grip. A minute or two later, Rory stopped struggling and the firework went off in the background to signal his death. Charles left his body at the edge of the cliff and walked away without looking back.

    Final Results Edit

    # Country Citizen Gender Age Place Kills
    01 Flag of Malta.svg Malta Leah Ondini female 49 17 1
    02 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein Torsten Meier male 39 28 0
    03 Flag of Italy.svg Italy Lucia Marcel female 47 36 0
    04 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany Denis Aumann male 45 6 1
    05 Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey Erbay Akkoyun male 43 11 0
    06 1280px-Flag of Germany.svg Germany Marina Waechter female 34 27 0
    07 Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland Nicole Henderson female 14 9 2
    08 Flag of Russia.svg Russia Maksim Ozerov male 25 35 0
    09 Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania Audrone Kemeziene female 26 30 0
    10 Flag of Macedonia.svg Macedonia Gavril Yoanov male 19 8 2
    11 Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus Serafima Petrovna female 42 29 0
    12 Flag of Malta.svg Malta Jackson Padovani male 41 3 0
    13 Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Nina Bourne female 18 5 1
    14 Flag of Greece.svg Greece Martha Paraskevoula female 39 14 2
    15 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria Desislava Gavrilova female 20 20 0
    16 Flag of France.svg France Olivie Coudert female 19 19 0
    17 Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania Virginijus Paliakas male 37 24 0
    18 Flag of Montenegro.svg Montenegro Atanasije Obradović male 24 15 0
    19 Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia Vilijem Strnad male 37 31 0
    20 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein Mylene Beck female 33 16 0
    21 Flag of Northern Ireland.svg Northern Ireland Rory Dyason male 34 2 4
    22 Flag of Armenia.svg Armenia Pouragn Tateossian female 32 26 0
    23 Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco Élodie Desnoyers female 35 21 2
    24 Flag of Spain.svg Spain Zipiro Sasiain male 25 7 2
    25 Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg Adrien Veilleux male 21 34 0
    26 Flag of Kosovo.svg Kosovo Mirena Nesimi female 15 32 0
    27 Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia Mirko Katalenić male 49 23 0
    28 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Jeroen Luuks male 29 33 0
    29 Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus Kirill Tsedlits male 22 18 2
    30 Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark Marianne Bendtsen female 22 12 0
    31 Flag of Norway.svg Norway Anders Osland male 43 4 3
    32 Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Faroe Islands Óli Dahl male 38 10 2
    33 Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia Cvijeta Demšar female 44 22 0
    34 Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium Charles van Eijl male 39 1 4
    35 Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland Jordan Lane male 26 13 2
    36 Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland Margaret Sutherland female 31 25 0
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