No game show library would be complete without the 2019 release, Deal or No Deal Live. Exclusive to Evolution and created in collaboration with Endemol Shine, the live game show is based on the smash-hit TV show Deal or No Deal.
The game show is hosted by two live presenters in a vibrant studio. This is enhanced by dynamic sound effects and immersive multi-camera angles. The Banker’s telephone takes center stage amidst the rows of briefcases that hide mystery values up to 500x bet.
Deal or No Deal Live is a unique, multi-layered live game offering an RNG-based qualifying round and a prize top-up feature. For the main event, players are prompted to compete with the ominous shadowy figure known only as the ‘Banker’ to win a top cash prize.
The Deal or No Deal Live RTP is an average 95.42% with a betting range of 0.10 to 20. This provides new players with low-stake options, but high rollers may feel that the stakes are not high enough. However, the potential max win sits at 500x bet, a considerable sum not to be dismissed.
How to play Deal or No Deal Live
There are three elements to the Deal or No Deal Live casino game: the qualification process, the briefcase top-up and the main event, where briefcases are selected, and prize offers made.
The RNG-based qualifying round involves players spinning a three-reel bank vault wheel to line up the gold segments. Players can select any of the 16 briefcases to be their high-value briefcase. Each spin sets the amount of money in the high-value briefcase by 75x-500x bet.
Players can choose from three spinning modes:
Normal – each spin costs its face value and all three segments need to be collected
Easy – locks one gold segment in place but each spin costs 3x bet
Very Easy – locks two gold segments in place but each spin costs 9x bet
It’s worth noting that for each non-qualifying spin, the player forfeits their bet.
Top Up Round
Once the vault is opened, there is an opportunity to top up the prize money in one or all of the briefcases by spinning the wheel consisting of multiplier values ranging from 5x to 50x bet. However, players need to be quick as they only have two minutes to complete both the qualifying and top-up rounds.
In the main round, players are faced with 16 sealed briefcases containing the numbers 1 to 16 which correspond to the prize amounts displayed on screen. All the briefcases appear identical and have been distributed at random.
During each of the four rounds, a pre-determined number of briefcases are opened to reveal their numbers. At the end of each round, the telephone rings and players will receive the Banker’s cash offer in exchange for the player’s briefcase.
Players then decide whether to ‘Deal or No Deal’. When the last two briefcases remain, the Banker will make his final nail-biting offer and players will be given the choice to switch their briefcase with the other. Finally, the player chooses to Deal or No Deal and receives either the Banker’s offer or the value in the briefcase.
Deal or No Deal Live VIP Rating
The Deal or No Deal Live casino game invites both new and seasoned players to take the chair and pit their wits against the Banker. Betting options are flexible and range from 0.10 to 200 with a max win potential of 500x bet. This is definitely a firm favorite amongst live casino game show players.