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Deal or No Deal Live

Taking the action from the TV straight to thou devices, Evolution Deal or No Deal is an impressive tiered game combining RNG-based qualifying and prize top-up rounds, assigned with a live host game show, staying true to the TV game show.

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£1.00

Min Bet

£50.00

Max Bet

95.42%

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About Deal or No Deal Live

Evolution brings to Castle Jackpot for their jousters - Deal or No Deal Live! This is a live online game based on the popular TV game show, accompanied by the feel of the quirky prize multipliers. Deal or No Deal Live is jousted by many online players for the chance of the top cash prize in an intense contest of luck for the chance to land the 16 sealed briefcases full of different amounts of cash. When each of the briefcases have been opened Castle Jackpot jousters will get the option to take the mysterious cash offered by the ‘Banker’ instead of what is in the briefcase. The real question is here - Deal or No Deal?

How to Play Deal or No Deal Live

The Qualifying and Top Up Rounds

In order for jousters to qualify for Deal or No Deal Live they must spin the three-reel bank vault wheel and align gold segments in the upper central sector of the wheel, unlocking the bank vault door and giving access into the Deal or No Deal Live game show. To enhance the possibility of qualifying the players are able to purchase 1 or 2 rings by choosing ‘EASY’ or ‘VERY EASY’.

The gold segments on the bought rings will be arranged automatically on top. This will enhance the amount of the jousters chosen bet by 3 times for 1 ring (EASY) and 9 times for 2 rings (VERY EASY). It is crucial that jousters conduct this within the qualifying time that is shown in the countdown timer at the centre of the wheel. If the jouster doesn’t qualify in the time they will be offered qualification for the next round automatically.

Jousters have the choice to decide how many times they wish to spin the wheel in the time provided, every spin costs their chosen bet amount and the higher the bet value the bigger the value that will be in the briefcase to qualify with for the game show. Every spin sets the amount of money that will be in the biggest-prize briefcase by 75x-500x the amount the bet.

During the qualification round, jousters have the choice of any briefcase to become the biggest prized briefcase, in order to do this they must click on 1 of the prize values listed down the left and right side of the game screen - this is possible as many times as they would like within the available time. The higher the bet value of the jousters during the qualifying round - the bigger the value will be in the briefcase for the actual live game.

Top Up Wheel

After qualifying jousters will be shown the Top-Up wheel, now the jousters have the choice to top up the money in the briefcase they want to be the biggest prize briefcase by 5x - 50x their bet. Jousters are able to spin the Top-Up wheel unlimited amount of times in the time given. Every spin costs the same as the bet amount.

The Main Game Show

When the jousters have entered the main game show their briefcase will be on the table at the front of the studio with the host and a hotline to the Banker. The rest of the 15 cases are set in 2 rows and the host’s assistant are behind. Every 1 of the 16 briefcases has a number ranging from 1 to 16 and they are set randomly around the studio. The amounts of money in all 16 briefcases are shown on the left and right side of the screen. Throughout the course of the game, the assistant will open the cases unveiling the numbers and the amount of money in the cases. Once opened the case can’t be a part of the show any longer.

Deal or No Deal Live Special Features

First opening and offer

3 of the 16 randomly arranged briefcases are opened and the Banker makes the Deal or No Deal offer and the choice is up to the jousters:

If the contestant chooses ‘DEAL’, then the amount of money that has been won by that jouster will be shown in the winning message and added to the balance they have. Simultaneously, the jouster is offered the chance to return to the qualifying round.

If the contestant chooses ‘NO DEAL’ they will continue the game.

If there is no decision made within the time they will automatically be in for the next round of the game.

Second and third opening and offer

4 more randomly arranged briefcases will be opened and the Banker will present the jouster with the same offer again -’Deal or no deal?’

Fourth opening and final offer

3 more randomly arranged cases will be opened with only 1 contestants case and the other remaining case. The Banker will make the final offer with 3 offers being presented: ‘DEAL’, ‘SWITCH BRIEFCASE’ or ‘NO DEAL’:

If the contestant chooses ‘DEAL’ they take the offer and collect the winnings.

If ‘SWITCH BRIEFCASE’ is chosen they may end up with more or less money than the original case.

If ‘NO DEAL’ is chosen the contestant will keep their assigned case.

The final opening

Whilst jousting in the final opening there will be the remaining 2 briefcases opened.

If ‘NO DEAL’ is chosen for the Bankers last offer, the amount in the briefcase will be won.

If ‘SWITCH BRIEFCASES’ is chosen, they will win the prize of the other briefcase.

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