DEAL OR NO DEAL LIVE – THE WORLD’S FIRST 24-HOUR ONLINE LIVE GAME SHOW

Created in partnership with Endemol Shine, Deal or No Deal Live is a world-first that’s available exclusively from Evolution. This is non-stop 24-hour fun, suspense and the opportunity to win big cash prizes — a live online version of the world-famous TV game show with the added excitement of unique prize multipliers. It's another ground-breaking game show title from Evolution, and another unique game that redefines Live Casino entertainment.

DEAL OR NO DEAL LIVE

 

Deal or No Deal Live is a unique, multi-layered live game that allows an unlimited number of online players to play and deal for a top cash prize.

First up, players spin a three-reel bank vault through the RNG-based qualifying round, each spin sets the amount of money in the biggest prize briefcase by 75x-500x. Once qualified, players enter the prize top-up round in which random multipliers between 5x- 50x increase the prize money in their one or more of the 16 briefcases of their choice.

Then it’s straight into the live hosted Deal or No Deal game show — a high energy contest of nerves, luck and raw intuition with the familiar, globally recognisable look and feel of the hit TV game show. The objective is simple yet totally engaging: to predict whether the amount of money in the remaining briefcases will be higher than the Banker’s offer.

QUALIFICATION AND TOP UP ROUNDS

 

To qualify for the main game show, players spin the three-reel bank vault wheel to align gold segments in the time allowed. Each spin sets the amount of money in the biggest-prize briefcase by 75x–500x the amount of the player’s bet. To guarantee transparency, players may select any of the 16 briefcases to be the biggest-prized briefcase.

Once players have unlocked the bank vault door it's onto the Top Up wheel, where once again the clock is ticking. Players may now choose to top up the amount of money in any of the briefcases by 5x–50x their bet.

THE MAIN DEAL OR NO DEAL GAME SHOW

 

In the thrilling game show itself, the contestant is confronted with 16 sealed briefcases containing varying amounts of cash. The 16 briefcases are outwardly identical and have been distributed randomly. Inside each briefcase is a number between 1 and 16.

The excitement mounts in each phase of the game as a pre-determined number of briefcases are opened and their numbers revealed. After each set of briefcase openings the mysterious entity known only as “the Banker” offers a cash amount in exchange for what might be contained in the contestant’s briefcase — prompting the host to ask the all-important question: “Deal or No Deal?”