Congratulations to our User bostondbag for getting the highest score of 86.96% when predicting the Primetime Emmys 2020 winners on Sunday. He is just ahead of two people — GBSingh and Halo_Insider — at 82.61% and has a high score by using his 500 point bets to achieve 29,724 total.
Over 3,700 people worldwide predicted these 2020 Emmy Awards champs in 23 television categories for the ceremony hosted virtually by Jimmy Kimmel in downtown Los Angeles. Our top scorer got 20 of these TV categories correct, including the surprise win by Zendaya for “Euphoria” (Best Drama Actress) plus the series victories by “Succession,” “Schitt’s Creek” and “Watchmen.” His only three misses were Julia Garner for “Ozark” (Best Drama Supporting Actress), Uzo Aduba for “Mrs. America” (Best Movie/Limited Supporting Actress) and “Unorthodox” (Best Movie/Limited Directing).
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For our 11 Editors predicting, Rob Licuria is in first place with 73.91%. We then have a three-way tie at 69.59% for Marcus Dixon, Zach Laws and Paul Sheehan. Joyce Eng and Matt Noble are next with 65.22%. Riley Chow and Daniel Montgomery are tied at 60.87%. I am then tied with Tom O’Neil at 56.52%. The final slot at 52.17% is held by Susan Wloszczyna. See Editors’ scores.
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