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Evolution Releases New Deal or No Deal Game

Evolution Releases New Deal or No Deal Game

Last week, one of the world’s leading casino software developers revealed its latest online casino game. It’s inspired by one of the UK’s former favourite TV shows, Deal or No Deal, and it offers players the chance to win as much as 500 times their bet. Find out more about Deal or No Deal First Person by Evolution Gaming, as well as how the online bingo industry has adopted the popular DOND format.

More about Deal or No Deal First Person

Deal or No Deal First Person falls somewhere between a live casino game and an RNG (Random Number Generator) game that is played solo.

It uses high-definition graphics and impressive animations to give it an authentic game show feel.

Like its live counterpart (which you can also enjoy courtesy of Evolution Gaming), the format consists of three different stages, the qualifying round, top-up, and the main game show. It also gives players the potential to win up to 500 times their stake.

To pass the qualifying stage, you need to unlock 3 golden segments before topping up as many briefcases as you want. In the main game show, you go head-to-head with the Banker where you could find yourself having to decide whether to Deal or No Deal.

The game offers two speed modes – normal and fast – so that you can play along at a pace that suits.

Where to play Deal or No Deal First Person

You can find Deal or No Deal First Person at many popular online bingo sites and casinos including Foxy Bingo and Ladbrokes Bingo. Both brands also feature the Live version.

Deal or No Deal in the online bingo world

Software developers have also seen the benefit of introducing the DOND format into online bingo games.

Virtue Fusion (which is owned by Playtech) was the first company to release a DOND bingo game back in 2012. It currently has two versions that players can choose between – 90-ball and 75-ball. Entain brands like Gala Bingo also boast their own version of Deal or No Deal Bingo after changing from the Virtue Fusion bingo software platform to their in-house solution in 2021. As the bingo balls are randomly drawn, the game checks to see if they match one of the numbered boxes. Each full house winner gets to choose whether to accept or reject the Banker’s offer and offering the chance of an extra prize to the game winners.

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