First Person Deal Or No Deal

First Person Deal Or No Deal

This exciting first person feature offers a live experience of the popular gameshow Deal or No Deal.

See what prizes the banker has in store!

    First Person Deal or No Deal Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in this game range from 10p to £900.

    How to Play

    First Person is an exciting live hosted game show inspired by the popular TV game show Deal or No Deal.

    In this game, your goal is to correctly guess whether the total concealed inside the last of 16 briefcases will be higher than the Banker's offer.

    The values in the briefcases will increase in line with the value of your wager - essentially, the higher you bet, the higher the prizes you could win.

    Qualification Round

    A qualifying round starts the game. 

    A bank vault wheel will appear on-screen which features three reels.

    Spin the bank vault wheel for your chance to gain access to the game show round.

    In order to gain access, the gold segments on the screen must align with the wheel's upper-central segment.

    You will be given an allotted amount of time to successfully do this. You can spin the wheel more than once during this time.

    Each spin costs the selected bet amount, and sets the amount of money in the biggest-prize briefcase by 75x–500x the amount of the player’s bet.

    To increase your chances of getting through to the game show, you can select 'Easy' which buys you one ring, or 'Very Easy' which buys two.

    Any gold rings you buy automatically align with the wheel, increasing your chance of getting through.

    If you do not qualify within the qualification time, you will automatically be offered qualification for the next round.

    At any point in the qualification round, you can select any of the briefcases to contain the highest prize by simply clicking on one of the prize values listed down the left and right-hand sides of the game window.

    The Top Up Wheel

    The Top Up Wheel appears on-screen when you qualify for the game show.

    You can opt to adjust your bet to increase the value of the highest prize.

    To do this, select your Top Up bet value (you can top up by 5-50x your total bet) and spin the wheel.

    You can spin the wheel as many times as you like within the given time.

    Each spin will cost the selected bet value. 

    The Main Game

    At the start of the game show, a briefcase will be shown on the table at the front of the studio alongside the game show host and a hotline to The Banker. 

    The other 15 briefcases are located in rows behind, as well as the host’s assistant.

    All 16 briefcases contain have been randomly allocated a number between one and 16.

    The prize contained in each briefcase will be revealed when the host's assistant opens each one.

    Once a briefcase has been opened, it gets taken out of the game.


    Each briefcase contains one of the following prize values: 0.10x, 0.20x, 0.50x, 0.70x, 1x, 2x, 3x, 5x, 8x, 10x, 12x, 15x, 20x, 25x, 50x, 65-100x your total wager.

    First opening and Offer

    Three out of the 16 randomly distributed briefcases will open and The Banker will make a ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer.

    To accept the banker's offer, select 'Deal', and the amount promised by the banker will be paid to your account. You will also be able to return to the qualifying round if you so choose.

    If you don't want to accept the banker's offer, select 'No Deal', and the game will continue.

    If you fail to make a decision within the time given, 'No Deal' will automatically be selected for you.

    Second opening and offer

    In the second round, four more randomly selected briefcases will open.

    The Banker will make you another offer and you must make your decision.

    Third opening and offer

    In round three, four more briefcases will again open at random. 

    The Banker will again make an offer and you must make your decision.

    Fourth opening and final offer

    In the fourth round, three further randomly distributed briefcases will open, seeing only your briefcase and one other left unopened.

    The Banker will make his last offer, this time displaying three options: 

    1. 'Deal'
    2. 'No Deal'
    3. 'Switch Briefcases'

    Choosing 'Switch Briefcases' will decline the Banker's offer, and see your briefcase swapped with the last remaining briefcase.


    The final opening

    At this point, the final two briefcases will open.

    If you chose 'No Deal', you will be awarded the prize value contained in your briefcase.

    If you swapped briefcases, you'll be awarded the prize that was in the other briefcase.

    You will be able to see your total winnings on the screen, before being returned to the qualification round.

    Return To Player

    The expected return to player is 95.42%.

    The Return to Player is the amount we expect to pay to players in relation to the amount wagered on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £95.42 of wins.