Blueprint Gaming has dialled up a number of features as the classic game show slot series has returned in the studio’s latest release, Deal or No Deal: The Banker’s Call


Out now


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Deal or No Deal: The Banker’s Call is a 5×3 reel slot with 10-paylines and a maximum win of up to x1,200 the player’s stake.




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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 x200. 

Wild text symbols are also available, substituting for all symbols other than the telephone scatters. Landing a certain number of wilds in a winning combination can offer between x0.5 and x200 the player’s bet. 

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. 


In the banker’s call bonus game mode, players are presented with 24 boxes with hidden prize values behind them. 

Players are given three ‘deals’ to make, opening boxes and revealing prize values and choosing whether they want to keep the cash prize, a ‘deal’, or get rid of it to keep all three choices, hitting the ‘no deal’ button.

Players can continue to select boxes and whether they want to take their prize values, however, they can only select so many before a banker feature becomes available. 

This banker feature causes the game mode to be interrupted as the player becomes unable to select any more boxes and all unused deals are lost. 

The banker will open a mystery box underneath the 24 boxes, revealing a cash prize that will be awarded to the player before the game mode finishes. 


Jo Purvis, Director of Key Accounts and Marketing UK at Blueprint Gaming, stated: “We’re delighted that Deal or No Deal The Banker’s Call continues one of our most popular and successful game families and this latest version takes the much-loved brand to new heights with some incredible new features.

“We’re bringing fantastic new slots to market with incredible frequency and each one brings something else to our portfolio. We’re excited to see what players make of our latest crop of content.”


To test out the Deal or No Deal: The Banker’s Call demo, click here.