This is the live and exclusive version of the world-famous TV game show, and your chance to take to the stage and win big! Online 24-hours a day, this is non-stop fun, thrills, and the opportunity to potentially win massive cash prizes. In this live Deal or No Deal casino game show, pick one from 16 sealed briefcases containing varying amounts of cash, with the Banker’s offers adding to the suspense. What will your answer be to the famous question: “Deal or No Deal?”
Learn how to play Deal or No Deal Live, available for you to enjoy virtually anywhere on desktop, tablet or smartphone.
The first objective of Deal or No Deal Live is to qualify for the game show. To do this you must spin the wheel to try to align a sequence of golden segments in the upper sector of the wheel.
Each spin sets the amount of money in the biggest prize briefcase by 75x–500x the amount of your bet. Select any of the briefcases to be the briefcase containing the biggest prize.
To increase your chance of qualification, you can lock gold panels in place by adjusting the difficulty level. ‘Normal’ is a standard bet, ‘Easy’ locks one ring in place, ‘Very Easy’ locks two. Alternatively, select ‘Instant’ and be awarded instant qualification for this exclusive Deal or No Deal online game show. Difficulty levels come at different costs. ‘Instant’ will increase the amount for the bet by 18x.
When you have filled the locked zone with gold segments, you gain entry into the game show, but you must still wait for the previous game show to finish before you can enter. You therefore move into the Top Up stage.
After qualification, you can top up the blue and red briefcases at the sides of your screen while waiting for the timer to count down to the start of the next game show.
Having briefcases that contain high amounts of money increases your chances of winning big in the game show stage. Simply select the numbered briefcase/s you wish to top up and spin the wheel. The wheel offers a number of amounts proportional to your bet, so you hope to land the highest amount! Increasing your bet increases the amounts of cash the wheel offers.
These briefcases and their contents are then carried into the game show stage. You can top up as many briefcases as you want before the next game show begins, right up until the timer runs out.
The game presenter takes centre stage when the game show begins and you’ll see all 16 briefcases arranged behind the game presenter.
One briefcase is in the foreground, on a table beside the game presenter. This is the final and most significant briefcase. The briefcases in the background are opened in batches, displaying numbers that correspond to your numbered briefcases (shown on the side of the screen).
Once the game presenter reveals a number in a briefcase, your corresponding briefcase disappears from the side of the screen.
Each time a batch of briefcases is opened, you are offered a sum of money and given a chance to cash out. Do you risk not taking the money and carrying on with the game until the final briefcase is revealed? Will the final briefcase be more profitable than the Banker’s offer? You’ll be offered a deal each time a new batch of briefcases is opened (there are four offers in total).
When only two briefcases remain, you are given the chance to switch the two briefcases before the final briefcases are opened. The final briefcase represents the sum of money that you keep (assuming that you didn’t accept the Banker’s deal at any point).
Just like in the world-famous Deal or No Deal TV game show, the player hopes that the number of the final briefcase corresponds with a briefcase that contains a large amount of money!
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