Congratulations to our reader Jangus Brownstone for an outstanding score of 71.67% accuracy and 281,114 points when predicting the entire season of “Survivor: Game Changers.” Following Wednesday’s finale “No Good Deed Goes Unpunished” (read our recap here), Brownstone finishes the season-long event at the #1 position on our Season 34 leaderboard.
Our top scorer got 44 questions correct this season, including the order in which the Final 6 would place: Sarah Lacina in first, Brad Culpepper in second, Troyzan Robertson in third, Tai Trang in fourth, Aubry Bracco in fifth and Cirie Fields in sixth. Brownstone initially picked Sarah as his winner prediction back in Episode 7 and stuck with her throughout the final seven episodes.
Worldwide, 417 people predicted this season of “Survivor.” Rounding out the Top 5 on our Season 34 leaderboard, AayaanUpadhyaya also earns 71.67% accuracy but has less points (162,466) than Brownstone, Cam Grivas comes in third with 68.89% (21,515 points), Ryan Lapierre comes in fourth with 68.33% (61,239 points) and Max comes in fifth with 65.00% (36,887 points).
How did YOU score “Survivor: Game Changers”? You can see how your score compares to all others in our leaderboard rankings of all readers. To view your past scores for each individual “Survivor” episode, simply go to the user menu in the top-right corner of every page of Gold Derby when you’re signed in. Use the drop-down menu to go to “Profile” and “View,” and then scroll down to see the links to your “TV Show Scores.”
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