Deal or No Deal Live

Deal or No Deal Live


Deal Or No Deal Live Video Game and Game Show

We like to describe Deal or No Deal Live as both a video game and a game show. Why? Because this unique gaming experience actually combines both. You start with a pure video experience as you attempt to qualify for the main game – which just happens to be a live format game modelled after the TV game show.

Make it to the main game and you become a contestant on your very own edition of Deal or No Deal. You will interact with your host or hostess to play each successive round. And don't forget the mysterious Banker whose silhouette is all you get to see.

Everything You Need To Know About Deal Or No Deal Live

Format: Deal Or No Deal Gameshow

Game Provider: Evolution Casino Games

Multiplayer?: Yes.

Themed?: Gameshow

Maximum Win: Varies due to qualification round

Volatility: Medium

Casino Bonuses?: No.

Playing Deal or No Deal Live

This Deal or No Deal game is a live game being played out in the studio with real hosts and hostesses. It starts with the qualifying round that requires you to spin a wheel and align gold segments. Each spin will cost the selected bet amount. As gold segments are aligned, the money you wager is added to a series of briefcases. At any point during the qualifying round, you can choose a briefcase to be the biggest prize briefcase for the main event.

You only have a certain amount of time to qualify. However, you can spin as many times as you want during that time. If you fail to qualify during the allotted time, you will still be invited to enter the next round using default values. Each spin determines the amount of money in the biggest briefcase prize from 75x-500x your bet.

The second round is the main event round that puts you in a situation of going through up to 16 briefcases with prize amounts relating to values established during qualifying. Briefcases are opened in a series of four rounds. In the first opening offer, the dealer will open three briefcases, followed by the dealer making the deal or no deal offer. This will leave behind 13 briefcases for the following rounds.

At the conclusion of each round, you will be offered a deal by the Banker. You can choose to take it and go back to the qualifying round or refuse it and keep playing. The final offer will include the choice of switching briefcases with the Banker.

Deal or No Deal Live Features

Top-Up Wheel

After unlocking the bank vault door, the Top-Up Wheel feature will be introduced, providing players with the option to increase the total amount in the briefcases up to 50x the stake.

Banker's Offer

During the game, the banker will provide players with offers as they open the briefcases. From this option, the player has the option to make a deal or no deal. When only two briefcases are remaining, players will be presented with the banker's final offer, or they will have the choice to swap the cases. Once this stage has been reached, you can accept the offer or choose to open the briefcase and reveal the prize that is contained.

Deal or No Deal Live - A One-Of-A-Kind Game

Deal or No Deal Live is truly a one-of-a-kind casino experience. You might want to see if you can find a few TV show videos to watch online before you actually play.

When you play Deal or No Deal Live, one of the biggest aspects is your ability to make bets against the banker in real time. Nobody knows the value of each briefcase in the main event as they are assigned randomly based on the results of your qualifying. So the results of every 'deal' or 'no deal' choice you make are truly random chance.

If you're looking for an alternative choice of live dealer games, 21.co.uk has a range of other live casino games available that you can try.

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