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Deal or no Deal Online Casino Review
Deal or no Deal managed to turn a very basic idea into one of the most popular gameshows in the world, and from there it even managed to become a popular theme with slot developers, bingo games and more.
Who knew that 22 people opening 22 boxes could be such a big deal (pun definitely intended)?
One of the strangest ways this theme has been used is in the creation of an online casino. Deal or no Deal Casino was launched in 2017 and while it flew under the radar of most gambling review sites, it caught our attention a few months after its release and after speeding some time on the site we completed this Deal or no Deal Casino review.
Plus and minus casino
Some Fun Games
Yggdrasil and NetEnt
No Withdrawal Limit
Deal or no Deal Casino Basics
There are a few big named developers providing slots for Deal or no Deal Casino. The biggest of these is Microgaming, but they also work closely with NetEnt, Yggdrasil, WMS and Leander, while Evolution Gaming provide the occasional Live Casino game.
This all looks great on the surface, but the truth is that there are very few games available. We’re all for casinos that cherry-pick titles and go for quality over quantity, but only when those titles are big 3D games, new games and exclusive games, and not when they have simply chosen the games with the highest payouts and longest history. The result is a lot of classic titles and nothing to excite the interests of hardcore slot fans.
Deal or no Deal Casino Games and Promotions
The first time we heard mention of the Deal or no Deal Casino we assumed that they were just playing on the words of the famous gameshow and that the casino would really be about making and taking deals in some form or another. But that’s not the case—the box-themed gameshow is at the heart of this casino and it’s a theme that runs all the way through.
The only problem with this is that the theme stops making sense as soon as you go beyond the aesthetic and the advertising. Sure, they have Deal or no Deal games, but so does every other casino out there. The only unique thing we can find here that relates to the Deal or no Deal gameshow are the promotions, which are few and far between, and the fact that they advertise their Deal or no Deal slot at every opportunity.
Deal or no Deal Casino Banking Options
As far as we can tell, there are no withdrawal limits on Deal or no Deal Casino, which is a big plus, and they also have relatively fast withdrawals. They also allow a few popular payment methods, including Neteller, credit cards, debit cards, Trustly, and Skrill, but there is no PayPal.
Deal or no Deal Casino Review: 72/100
We’re not sure if the owners of Deal or no Deal Casino paid a lot of money for this brand or if they took it as part of a wider deal, but it seems a little redundant. Sure, it makes sense to create a slot using this name, but an entire casino? It is not as crazy as the Aunty Acid Casino we reviewed, but it’s still a little odd.
Those issues aside, however, Deal or no Deal Casino is not that bad. The promotions and games could be improved and we’d also like to see a cleaner and more attractive aesthetic, but if we focus on banking options and other basics, they do really well. They are far from one of our top online casinos, but as a casino to join for a short session, they are okay.
jacob8 January 2019
Most of all I love the name of this casino! Deal or no deal is my favourite TV-show! I am not satisfued with the appearance of the site, it's rather typical. Wanna something new and funny. Btw, games are truely decent. Amazing casino but a lack of promotions and poor design spoiled my impression