Cinema Audio Society Awards 2017 winners: Best prediction scores by our Experts, Editors and Users

Congratulations to our User Tony Randall for an excellent score of 80% when predicting the 2017 Cinema Audio Society Awards winners on Saturday. He was actually tied with 11 others with that great percentage but has the best point total of 15,385 by using the 500 super bets wisely.

CAS Awards 2017: Complete list of winners

Over 600 people worldwide predicted these sound mixing winners for five CAS categories (two in film, three in television). Our top scorer got four of those correct: “La La Land” (film live action), “The People v. O.J. Simpson” (TV movie/miniseries), “Game of Thrones” (TV one-hour), and “Modern Family” (TV half-hour). His only miss was choosing “Zootopia” over the actual winner “Finding Dory” for film animation.

You can see how your score compares to all others in our leaderboard rankings of all contestants, which also includes links to see each participant’s predictions. to see your own scores, go to the user menu in the top right corner of every page of Gold Derby when you’re signed in to the site. Use drop down menu to go to “View Profile,” then look for the links to your “Award Show Scores.” Gold Derby must evaluate each potential winner’s eligibility as per our contest rules. If eligible, the first-place finisher gets a $100 Amazon gift card.

Six Experts predicted these CAS winners, with four of them tied with 60% accuracy: Edward Douglas (Weekend Warrior), Joyce Eng (TV Guide), Tom O’Neil (Gold Derby), and Anne Thompson (Indiewire). Tariq Khan (Fox News) and Paul Sheehan (Gold Derby) have 40% right. See Experts’ leaderboard.

For Gold Derby’s Editors, three of us are at 60% correct: Marcus Dixon, Tom O’Neil, and myself. Daniel Montgomery and Paul Sheehan have 40% correct. Rob Licuria has 20% accuracy. See Editors’ leaderboard.

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