Back in 2016 Tau Gaming launched a slots brand called Deal Or No Deal Spins on the Dragonfish Slots Network. This site joined a Playtech bingo brand plus various games, including slots, roulette and blackjack, based on the popular TV show. To confuse things a little bit more, Gaming Realms who run Love Island Games, Spin Genie and Slingo have now launched Deal Or No Deal Casino.
Thankfully, to alleviate some of the confusion, DOND Spins has now become Arcade Spins, however DOND Casino suffers from a similar issue to that old incarnation. That issue is that there’s not much Deal Or No Deal related on the site. In fact the only DOND themed game is Slingo which is a bit nuts given that there are various slots, scratchcards, blackjack and roulette games.
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Overlooking this point, Deal Or No Deal Casino is simply Slingo in a red boxed wrapper. New players are welcomed with a 100% first deposit bonus – up to £100. Wagering terms apply and these are x80 for slots, x60 for slingo. A second deposit of just £10 will also result in five free games of the DOND Slingo game. Payments can be made via credit/debit cards plus there’s a pay by mobile option too.
Promotions beyond the initial welcome offers are scant and other than a VIP programme there’s currently nothing else for new or current players to get interested in. The brand does have social media accounts, but neither are active. Usually we’d say we’d hope this will change in time, but in general Gaming Realms’ promos tend to be quite limited. Our advice is keep an eye on your emails for any bonuses or free spins that may be offered.
That leaves the various games on offer as the only tipping point when compared to other casinos and slot sites. Among the top games you’ll find Jurassic World, Starburst, Pigasus, Butterfly Staxx, Guns N Roses, Wheely Wheely Big Win, Magic Mine and of course many versions of Slingo. For those seeking free games to play then you can play in the Slingo Boom room for nothing at selected times of the day.
Deal Or No Deal Casino does have casino games such as video poker and blackjack, but these are quite basic games and there’s no live casino. In fact we’d go as far to say that the old DOND Spins site offered players more selection when it came to table games.
Adding ‘Deal Or No Deal’ to a gambling product used to be an instant hit, but now that the TV show has ended and that the branded games are prevalent across many sites, a DOND Casino site doesn’t carry as much interest. When that same said site only hosts one branded game then that makes it even tougher to wax lyrical about it. For us, The Banker needs to get his cash out and get some exclusives on board.