VIDEO KENO

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VIDEO KENO

11.1

Introduction to Video Keno

The object of the game is to successfully predict the numbers that the game software will draw. The Player selects up to a maximum of 10 numbers from 1 to 80 on the board and the game software will then randomly draw 20 numbers from the 80 numbers on the board.

Over a long period of time, the game is likely to average a return to the player of 90.03% of the total bets made.

11.2

Participation Instructions

To begin play, left-click on the MIN BET button to bet one coin at a time with each click or left-click on the MAX BET button, to bet the maximum permissible coins (5) for the game.

After placing your bet, left-click on up to 10 numbers from the 80 numbers on the board to select them. Once you select a number, the colour will change according to the Colour Scheme as provided below.

To clear a single number that has been selected, left-click on it again. Once a number has been de-selected, it returns to the original colour.

To clear all numbers, left-click on the clear button.

To select the same number(s) as for the previous game, left-click the same button. This feature will only be available to the Player for consecutive games in the same session of play. If the Player exits the game and then returns, the same option will no longer be available until they select the numbers again.

Once the Player is satisfied with the coin bet amount and the numbers select, left-click on Play to start the game.

With each game of Video Keno, 20 numbers are randomly drawn from the range of 1 to 80. Each number drawn is called a hit and each hit will cause a colour change to the corresponding number on the game board, according to the colour scheme provided below.

The number of coins that the Player wins for a game depends upon:

  1. How many coins are bet.
  2. How many numbers are selected.
  3. How many of the selected numbers match the 20 numbers drawn by the game software.

11.3

Bet options

The maximum and minimum bet limits will only be displayed within the Gaming Rules Menu of this Game after the Player has logged in.

11.4

Payouts

Table 1 is provided below to illustrate the coins paid (per coin bet) when the selected numbers are drawn by the game.
Table 1 - Payouts
How Many Numbers Selected by you How Many of Your Numbers Drawn by Game Coins Paid (per coin bet)
113
2215
3
23
336
4
22
34
4100
5
32
450
5250
6
32
415
550
6500
7
410
525
6200
71500
8
520
6175
7750
82000
9
510
650
7500
8800
92500
10
53
625
7250
8500
92000
105000

11.5

Colour Scheme

A colour scheme is used to represent the status of the numbers on the Video Keno board. Table 2 is provided below to illustrate this colour scheme.

Table 2 - Colour Scheme

A number that the Player has NOT selected.
A number that the Player has selected.
A number that has been drawn by the game, but the Player has NOT selected.
A number that the Player has selected, and has been drawn by the game.