You may have seen or heard of the hugely successful worldwide show, Deal or No Deal. There are 22 sealed boxes each containing a cash value of between 1 penny and 250,000. No one knows what each one contains. The contestant chooses one of the 22 sealed boxes to hold and then opens all the other boxes one-by-one, revealing the amounts inside.
Playable on any device, the Deal or No Deal: The Banker’s Call slot comes with bet levels varying from 0.1 to 10 per spin, so there aren’t many options for high-roller punters. The volatility is in the medium-to-high range, and there are several different possible RTP settings, with 93.06% being the default one. The maximum win value isn’t overly impressive as well, since all you can hope for is only 2,000x the stake.
Low value symbols are represented by the high end of a deck of cards, from 10 through to Ace. These symbols can offer between x0.5 and x10 the player’s stake, depending on the number of winning combinations that land on a single spin.
Banker envelope stamps, mugs, notebooks and banker letters depict the medium value symbols, offering between x1 and x100 the player’s preferred wager.
Meanwhile, high value symbols come in the form of Deal or No Deal host Noel Edmonds. If the right number of winning combinations appear at once, these symbols can offer between x0.5 and x20
Bonus telephone scatters can appear on reels one, three and five, triggering the banker’s call bonus game mode if three land on the same spin.
Finally, closed Deal or No Deal boxes can land on the middle reel, opening to reveal a random paytable symbol that will become enhanced for that spin as all versions of the symbol turn into wilds.