Deal Or No Deal Live

Deal Or No Deal Live

Take on the Banker in real-time in Deal Or No Deal Live.

    Deal Or No Deal Live Game Overview

    Spin the three-reel bank vault reel and successfully align the gold segments in the upper central sector to qualify for the game show.

    You can improve your chances of qualification by selecting 'Easy' or 'Very Easy', which will buy you one or two rings.

    The gold segments on the bought rings will be automatically aligned on top.

    One ring (Easy) will increase your selected bet by three, while two rings (Very Easy) will increase your bet by nine.

    You will need to do this within the qualification time shown in the countdown timer.

    If you do not qualify in time, you will automatically be offered qualification for the next round.

    There is no limit on the number of times you spin the wheel in the time provided. 

    Each spin will cost you the selected bet amount. 

    The bigger your bet, the bigger the value in the briefcases to qualify with for the game show.

    Each spin sets the amount of money in the biggest-prize briefcase by 75x–500x the amount of your bet.

    You have the option to select any of the briefcases to be the biggest-prized briefcase at any point in the qualification round. 

    This can be done an unlimited amount of times in the time allocated.

    The value in the briefcases for the game show will be bigger if you play with larger stakes throughout the qualification round. 

    The Top Up Wheel

    Once you have qualified, you will have the opportunity to boost the amount of money in the briefcase you selected as the biggest-prize briefcase by 5x–50x your bet.

    This can be done by choosing your Top Up bet amount before spinning the wheel.

    A countdown timer is displayed at the centre of the Top Up Wheel, which can be spun as many times as you like in the provided time, with each spin being charged at your chosen bet amount. 


    The Main Game

    In the main game, your briefcase is on the table at the front of the studio alongside the game show host and a hotline to the Banker. 

    The other 15 briefcases are laid out randomly in two rows, with the assistant to the host just behind them.

    A number between 1 and 16 is contained to each of the boxes.

    You can see the sums of money in the briefcases displayed on the left and right sides of the screen.

    Throughout the game show, the host’s assistant will open the briefcases one-by-one, unveiling the amount of money consisted inside.

    Opening a briefcase will make it inactive.



    First Opening and Offer

    Three briefcases are opened in the first round and you are then given a ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer from the Banker, who then awaits your decision:

    Should you elect to ‘Deal’, you win the amount of money that us shown in the winning message, which is then added to your balance. 

    When accepting an offer, you are simultaneously offered the chance to return to the qualification round.

    Play continues if you select ‘No Deal’.

    If you fail to accept or reject the offer in the decision time, the ‘No Deal’ outcome is assumed and play continues.

    Second Opening and Offer

    Four more randomly distributed briefcases are opened in the second round.

    The Banker once more makes a ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer, before waiting for your decision.

    Third Opening and Offer

    A further four randomly distributed briefcases are opened, which is again followed by the Banker’s ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer.


    Fourth Opening and Final Offer

    Another three randomly distributed briefcases are opened, leaving only your briefcase and one other unopened.

    The Banker then makes a final offer with three options: ‘Deal’, ‘Switch Briefcases’ or ‘No Deal’, before once again waiting for your decision.

    If you choose to ‘Deal’ then you collect your winnings.

    The option to ‘Switch Briefcases’ is also given to you, which enables you to switch boxes if you think the figure in the other remaining briefcase is greater than yours.

    Selecting ‘No Deal’ means you keep the briefcase you were initially assigned.


    Return to Player 

    Return To Player (RTP): 95.42%

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players in relation to the amount of wagers placed on the game.

    If we take £100 of wagers for example, we will on average pay out £95.42 of wins.