Keno is a popular game that is best described as a combination of lotto and bingo. Gameplay consists of choosing a selection of numbers before an automated machine spits out numbered balls. Matching 3 or more per game will result in a prize, with top payouts coming when you match 5 or more balls.
How to Play Instant Keno
You’ll be presented with a screen filled with 80 numbers once the Instant Keno game loads (this does take a while and is ironically no means instant). Your first task will be choosing a bet using the buttons beneath the main game screen. You can then begin selecting numbers on the card by clicking on them with your mouse. Once you are happy with your selection you can start the game, or choose multiple games by clicking any of the numbers on the lower row of buttons.
Each game draws 20 balls from a possible 80 in very quick succession (hence the ‘instant’ name). The payouts available will depend on how many numbers you selected in the first place, which means the top payout is only available to players using 10 numbers. These payouts are shown on the table in the top right corner.
The 50,000 maximum jackpot is awarded if you match 10 numbers when using the $5 bet, but many other smaller prizes and wagers are also available.
Author: Ava Jackuard