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Deal or No Deal Live

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Deal or No Deal Live Introduction

Evolution Gaming’s popular live casino game - inspired by the equally popular TV show of the same name - comes to town in stunning HD! Are you ready to make a deal with the Banker? Or will you take your chances going your own way?

Deal or No Deal Live Game Details

RTP (Return to Player):
95.42%
Min / Max Bet:
£0.25 / £295.00
Hit Rate:
1 in 2.0
Volatility:
Low
Auto Play:
No
Diamonds per £:
Min. 400
Features Game Show, Multiplayer, Qualifier

Deal or No Deal Live Game Background

Deal or No Deal Live – advertised as the world’s first 24-hour online live game show - was first unleashed on the public by Evolution Gaming in May 2019. The objective is simple enough: predict whether the amount of money in the last in a series of 16 briefcases will be higher than the Banker’s offer. The concept had already been explored in slot games (for example, in Blueprint Gaming’s series of games based on the licence and of course the original TV show itself) but Evolution has upped the ante with its own online live version, with features such as live presenters decked out to the nines, prize multipliers, live chat, and the capacity for an unlimited number of players around the world to join in and play for some top prizes. Adding to the appeal is the game’s stunning HD presentation. And with new games starting regularly, you won’t be missing out on playing any time soon.

Crazy Time Live Game Design

Evolution Gaming’s iteration of Deal or No Deal Live has two initial phases before players can even get to the third and final phase, the game show portion itself. The first phase is the qualification phase, where as the name implies, players will first need to qualify for the show within a certain amount of time. This is done on a large RNG wheel consisting of three rings (more on this later on). Next comes the top up phase, which is also played on a wheel. Here players can top up the amount of money in the briefcase of their choice. The third and final phase is the game show, and just like the TV program of the same name, the idea is set around opening different numbered briefcases. The room's primary colours are red and silver; the former on the bannisters, steps and walls; the latter covers the floor, table and the 16 briefcases themselves; these are arranged in rows along the back of the room. Each has a hidden number, and watching over them is one of the game's two presenters. One briefcase is selected at random to be the lucky case, and this is placed at the front of the room with the main presenter who handles the mic and answers any queries the players in the chat might have. The room itself may not be the most eye-catching, but it’s functional and works for this particular setting. And that’s the game in a nutshell, although we’ll be going over the rules in more detail below.

Deal or No Deal Live Mobile

Deal or No Deal Live is available across a whole host of mobile and tablet devices, as well as desktop PC, so you can play at home or on the go! All that’s required is a stable internet connection.

Deal or No Deal Live Rules

Let’s examine the rules in more detail, then.

Qualification Phase

Before any actual gaming can happen, players need to qualify for the game show. This happens on a big wheel consisting of three rings (it’s the first thing you’ll see when you load up the game). Some segments on the wheel are coloured green, others in gold. To qualify, players place their bet and spin the wheel. Each spin costs the selected bet amount; it also sets the amount of money in the biggest-prized briefcase by 75x - 500x the total bet. Players also choose which briefcase is the lucky one to house the highest prize. Players qualify for the second round should the gold segments align with the wheel. To make it easier to qualify, it’s possible to buy one of three rings right at the start of the qualifying round. These are basically difficulty settings called Easy, Very Easy and Instant. There’s a trade-off in that while it’s technically easier to qualify for the next round with a lower difficulty setting, spins cost more.

Top Up Phase

Not much happens in this phase except that players can choose to increase the amount in the briefcase of your choice by 5x - 50x the bet size, just spin the wheel! It’s worth noting as well that players can repeat this time as many times as they want within the time limit.

Game Show Phase

On to the live game show phase, and this is where things really get interesting! During proceedings, the Banker will gradually open all but two briefcases, revealing the number of the briefcases that are no longer in play. As the Banker opens the predetermined number of briefcases, he/she will then make offers to you - a total of four offers are made during the course of the game. Along the way you can choose to deal or not.

First, three random briefcases are opened. The Banker will then make the player a deal. If they choose to accept it, the amount of money won is added to their account. They can then decide if they want to return to the qualification round or not. If the player decides not to deal, the game continues. The game also continues automatically if the player does nothing within the decision time.

This happens three more times. In the second opening, four random briefcases are opened. Same with the third opening. In the fourth opening, three random briefcases are opened, leaving just two last ones. The Banker tries to make a final deal with the following three options:

  • Deal = take the offer and collect your winnings
  • No deal = win the prize in the assigned briefcase
  • Switch briefcase = players can choose to switch between the two final briefcases in the event they believe the other one has the bigger prize

Once players have made their choice, they then move back to the qualifying round to start the process all over again.

Deal or No Deal Live Bonus Features

There are no bonus features in Deal or No Deal Live.

Deal or No Deal Live Summary

So why not go head to head with the enigmatic Banker in Deal or No Deal Live to see who comes out on top? If you enjoyed this online live game from Evolution Gaming, we of course recommend other titles from the same developer, including the Wheel of Fortune-based games such as Dream Catcher and its manic follow-up, Crazy Time Live, featuring multipliers, bonus rounds, and more! Still not enough game show action? Try Cash or Crash, the exciting ball drawing live game inspired by Bingo! Moving beyond Evolution, why not take a spin with Sweet Bonanza Candyland and Mega Wheel Live, both from Pragmatic Play and both featuring similar Wheel of Fortune mechanics? We have a thrilling selection of live games based on TV shows, board games, table games, and more! So, whatever you’re looking for, we’re sure to have it here at Lottomart!

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Deal or No Deal Live at Lottomart Games

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