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Deal or No Deal Jackpot

Deal or No Deal Slot is a progressive slots jackpot that may be won at online casinos that have games from Playtech. We have been tracking this jackpot since August 2015 and on average it has paid $196,956 €177,485 £132,942 per win and is won every 20 weeks.

$116,582 €107,069 £95,271
Current jackpot value

Progressive jackpot history

Since it first debuted in November 2000, Deal or No Deal has grown to become a game show phenomenon throughout the world. The game originally debuted in The Netherlands, and was so popular that it has been franchised out to most of the countries throughout the world. The game is perhaps the most popular in the United Kingdom, where the show has had millions of viewers and awarded prizes of up to £250,000. In addition to the television show, Deal or No Deal has spawned video games, mobile games, lottery tickets, and a particularly unique game that is offered on cruise ships throughout the world. Playtech has capitalised on the craze by offering the very large Deal or No Deal Jackpot.

The show was originally created by production company Endemol, which has produced several games based on the show including Deal or No Deal: The Banker's Riches, which is one of the slots that can be played to win the Playtech Deal or No Deal jackpot. The other game that is tied to this jackpot is the Deal or No Deal World Slot, which is developed by GTech Interactive. While the games are tied to the same jackpots, The Banker's Riches is exclusively offered to players in the United Kingdom, while the other game is offered to players throughout the rest of the world.

No matter the slot you're playing the goal of the game is to win the game's progressive jackpot, which is done through the briefcase game, wherein players select briefcases, trying to get the case that holds the progressive jackpot. To start there are 26 cases, and players will select one. Players will then go through and select more cases, eliminating those prizes from the table. A banker will call after a certain amount of cases are opened to offer you a cash amount to stop playing. You then select to take the deal or reject it and keep playing. If you end up with the progressive jackpot in your briefcase at the end of the round, you win!

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