Deal or No Deal The Big Draw Facts & Stats
|Release date:||1st Sep 2020||Provider:||Playtech|
|Game type:||TV Game Shows||Game category:||Game Shows|
|Min bet:||1||Max bet:||100|
|Special bets:||Yes||Devices:||Desktop, Tablet, Mobile|
What is Deal or No Deal The Big Draw?
Deal or No Deal The Big Draw is a live casino game show game developed by Playtech that's a hybrid unique between bingo, lottery and the iconic television game show Deal or No Deal.
The main objective of this presenter-led game is the collect as many numbered balls as possible that match up with the numbered cases on the player's unique ticket, the more balls that match, the closer players are to receiving an offer from the mysterious banker.
Much like the original television show, the player can choose to reject the banker's offer and carry on playing in the hopes of winning a massive sum of money.
Deal or No Deal The Big Draw - Getting Started
Before getting into the main game, players must first purchase a ticket, the cost of the ticket is connected to the potential prizes players can win... The higher the value of the ticket, the higher the value of the overall prize.
After purchasing a ticket players can boost any of the individual prizes within a certain time limit, this is done by selecting a prize and opening up one of five golden cases to reveal a random prize amount. Once the timer runs out the main Deal or No Deal game begins.
The optimal RTP for those playing Deal or No Deal The Big Draw is 95.28%. A full breakdown of the prizes that can be won based on the initial cost of the tickets players choose to play with can be found in the table below:
|Prize Number||Ticket Price Multiplier||£1 Ticket Prize||£5 Ticket Prize
||£10 Ticket Prize
||£25 Ticket Prize
||£100 Ticket Prize|
Deal or No Deal The Big Draw - The Main Game
There are 16 prizes in total, these are connected to 16 iconic Deal or no Deal suitcases. 15 of the cases are numbered randomly and one of the prizes is in the player's specific suitcase that's placed at the bottom of the game screen.
Numbered balls are then drawn from a lottery machine one by one, when one of these balls corresponds with one of the numbers on the Deal or no Deal suitcases then they'll be taken out of the game along with the prize it contained.
The player must remove 7 numbered suitcases from the game screen to receive the bankers first offer which is based on the remaining prizes players have left in the game, you can see how far you from receiving an offer by following the banker's bar at the top of the game screen.
Deal or No Deal The Big Draw - Winning Prizes
Players can choose to either take the bankers offer, turn down the bankers offer and take what's in their special suitcase or continue playing by buying extra balls.
Every matching ball that's drawn after the seventh will see the overall win multiplied by between 2x and 25x, so it's well worth forking out a little bit more sometimes to take additional balls, especially if there's a lot of money still left in the game.
After the first 20 balls have been drawn and players haven't reached a deal with the banker, players can opt to purchase an additional 5 balls.
At the very end of the game when all 35 balls have been drawn (provided you purchased all 35) players can either take the bankers final offer, take no deal and take whatever is in their suitcase or switch cases in hope of winning a bigger prize.
Playing the Mini-Draw Side Game
After buying into the game players can choose to participate in a mini-draw side game. This allows players to buy up to 20 mini cards, players win prizes based on the number of lines they have marked off as a result of the first 20 balls that Were drawn from the lottery machine. This is essentially a game of bingo that takes place alongside the main Deal or No Deal The Big Draw game.
The RTP for those playing the Mini-Draw Side Game is 95.38%.Play now