Eurovision logoUK internet voting provider Mi-Voice is helping Eurovision fans to have their say on the 41 songs that should have been taking part in this year’s cancelled Eurovision Song Contest.

APRIL 2020 – The cancellation of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, scheduled to take place in Rotterdam from 12-16 May, was an inevitable consequence of the Coronavirus pandemic. However, Southampton based voting provider Mi-Voice has partnered with the largest international network of Eurovision Fan clubs OGAE (Organisation Générale des Amateurs de l’Eurovision) to provide Eurovision fans across the globe with the chance to decide which of the 41 entries should have won.

Registration to vote open until 23.59 CET on 3 May 2020

Fans can register to vote until 23.59 CET on Sunday 3 May by going to and entering their name, email address and country. They will then be sent a secure link to cast their vote during May and can view all the participating entries by visiting the Eurovision home page. You can find full details about the OGAE Eurovision Fan Contest powered by Mi-Voice by visiting the OGAE International website.

Mi-Voice Delivery Director, Tony Slater said: “The Eurovision Song Contest is one of the great annual events that brings nations together and has become a much-loved institution since its inception in 1956. For decades, Eurovision fans, families and friends have come together to hold parties and vote for their favourite songs. We may not be able to be together this year, but we can still give everyone the chance to have their say about their favourite songs and have a little fun at this uniquely challenging time. It is also a great way to honour the artists who won’t have the chance to perform live in Rotterdam. Thousands of people from across Europe and beyond have already registered to vote and there is still plenty of time to join in as registration is open until 23.59 CET on Sunday 3 May 2020.”

Mi-Voice is a leading provider of online voting services, including nominations, elections, annual general meetings and referendums. Based in Southampton, the company supports professional bodies, trade unions, staff associations, membership bodies, NHS Trusts and social housing providers with a wide range of online and postal voting services.

OGAE International is the network of Eurovision Fan Clubs around the world, with 45 member clubs in Europe and beyond.

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