National Broadcaster: Scotatrovian Television
and Radio Company (STRC)
-Scotatrovian Song Selection (WV74-)
First Appearance: WV72
Best Result: 6th: WV73
Worst Result: 18th: WV75
Scotatrova has participated in the WorldVision Song Contest four times since its debut in WorldVision 72 in Lipa, Besen. The country's best result in the contest is a 6th place finish for boyband Daydream in WorldVision 73. Scotatrova would again place within the top 10 in its next appearance, at 8th place, and its worst result is its most recent, 18th place in WorldVision 75. The contest has attracted a strong viewing audience in Scotatrova, primarily because a significant proportion of the population already keeps up with the yearly Scotatrovian Song Festival, which follows a similar format to WorldVision but with Scotatrovian states and territories.
The STRC made the country's debut at the 72th WorldVision with the song "Comon T'emá", a song written and performed by Andre Valerio. The song placecd 13th out of 18th participants, with 48 points. Although Scotatrova's performance in WV72 wasn't the best, it was confirmed that Scotatrova would return and participate in WV73. The Scotatrovian candidates for the WV73 contest were well known boyband Daydream with their song What We Both Know, which would end up placing 6th, Scotatrova's highest placing to date. Scotatrova continued its participation at the 74th contest following their success the previous year.
It was announced that for the first time, WV74 will provide Scotatrovians the opportunity to choose their WorldVision representative. The Scotatrovian Song Selection national final composes of a 50/50 say between a Scotatrovian jury and a televote to determine who will represent Scotatrova at WorldVision. The inaugural edition of the Scotatrovian Song Selection was hosted in Agon, Cortana. The winner was Lila Cruz with the song "Tude Saluthí Súe Reign". Lila finished 8th in the contest, marking the second time in a row where Scotatrova placed in the top 10. Once again Scotatrova competed in the 75th contest. The winners of the Scotatrovian Song Selection, Mateo Garcia and Andrea Montreal were chosen as the artists to represent the country. This was the first instance of Scotatrova not placing within the top 15, in which they placed 18th.
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Mateo Garcia and Andrea Montreal