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How To Pick Keno Numbers In Australia?

Keno Numbers In Australia

When playing Keno in Australia you are given the choice to pick your own Keno numbers. Keno games can be played at the nearest lottery retailer in Australia. You can play Keno Classic, Keno Bonus, Keno Mega Millions, Keno Kwikpick, Keno Heads or Tails, and Keno Advanced. Remember residents living in Queensland and New South Wales are currently unable to play Keno online due to restrictions in Keno’s current state license. Not to worry you can play Keno online like pokies games at online casinos.

To open a online Keno account, download the Keno App and tap ‘Sign Up’. To open a Keno account you must be a resident of NSW and 18 years or over.

How to pick my choice of Keno numbers in Australia?

To pick your choice of Keno numbers in Australia go to on your mobile or PC or tablet.

Click on my keno numbers

A short quiz will be prompted on the screen and you are ready for the quiz

Before that you have to enter your name and address as well as the state of Australia where you live.

How to pick my Keno numbers
You need to enter your name and date of birth to get started

Click on confirm when done

Click on take the quiz in next screen

Keno Quiz
Keno Quiz

There will be two options that will ask you is:

Would you rather : A bigger chance at a small prize or A smaller chance at a big prize

Suppose you select A biiger chance at a small prize

Then you will be given the option where you have to select one number from 1 to 6 numbers for a bigger chance at a small prize

Keno Quiz in Australia
You will need to select your lucky number

All the numbers have their specific winning prize

  • Number 1 could win $3
  • Number 2 could win $12
  • Number 3 could win $44
  • Number 4 could win $120
  • Number 5 could win $640
  • Number 6 could win $1800

If you select A biiger chance at a small prize You will be prompted to select one lucky number between number 7 to number 10 for a smaller chance at a bigger prize.

  • Number 7 could win $5000+
  • Number 8 could win $25000+
  • Number 9 could win $100000 +
  • Number 10 could win $1000000+

After you select a number there will be set of questions which are based on your personal life or things such as what is your favourite number. How many years you lived in your first house so on and so forth. After you have given all the answers you will get to know which are your lucky numbers to pick or choose to play Keno.

Lucky Numbers in Keno
Your Lucky numbers will be displayed

When you tap on next you will be shown a ticket and you have to fill out this ticket at your nearest retailer to play your keno numbers.

You can then mark your lucky numbers on Keno ticket
You can then mark your lucky numbers on Keno ticket

You can even download this ticket if you want.

Whatever state of Australia you play keno with the introduction of jackpot pooling the Keno Classic 7, 8, 9 and 10 spot jackpots are pooled nationally. Also with the introduction of jackpot pooling the Keno Mega Millions 7, 8, 9 and 10 spot jackpots are pooled nationally so the prizes are same to win and beat the keno odds.

How to play Keno at Lottery retailer?

To play Keno, fill out a Keno game card, play via the Keno Touch (a self-service machine where you can process your ticket yourself) or ask your Keno Operator to play.

Keno game cards are available from designated Keno game card holders, located around any participating venue. Keno game cards must be filled out using a grey lead pencil.

To fill out a Keno game card, select the following:

  • How many numbers you want to play. Most people play 1 to 10 numbers, or could play 15, 20 or 40.
  • Which numbers you’d like to play, ranging from 1 to 80.
  • How much you’d like to spend per game.
  • How many games you’d like to play.
  • Once complete, take your Keno game card to the Keno cashier and hand it to the Keno Operator who will process the card and take payment.

How to check the results of Keno in Australia?

You can check the results of your Keno game via the Keno App or website. You need to tap on the ‘Results’ tab and input the date, start game number to check game result. The search results are for draws which occurred between approximately 4am on the date selected and 4am the next day.

In NSW you are also able to use the scan ticket function to check the result of a retail ticket. On an iOS device, tap Check and Collect from the website carousel banner Menu bar at the bottom of the screen; or the More menu on an Android device. Then select Allow when prompted for the first time to ‘Allow Keno to take pictures and record videos’, take a picture of the QR code visible at the bottom of your ticket and your result will appear.

If the amount won is over $4,999 you must take your ticket to the Keno Operator in the venue to collect your winnings. If the amount is under $4,999 you are able to collect via the Keno App if you hold an account, are logged in and have added your banking details. The Check and Collect functionality can only be used a maximum of 25 times per hour. Note that results will show the dollar value of the winning ticket. Tickets still in play will not be able to be scanned until all games on the ticket are complete.

How to make a withdrawal online if you win Keno?

Now that you have understood how to pick your own numbers of Keno by answering a short quiz, if you win you have the option to make a withdrawal.

Keno Australia utilizes secure encryption processes to secure all betting transactions and account management transactions, including deposits and withdrawals. You can be sure that maximum security is in place when you use your Keno account.

You cannot withdraw from your account until your ID has been successfully verified.

Only turned over funds can be withdrawn. Your withdrawal balance is displayed in the My Account section.

You can withdraw money to your bank account by selecting the Bank withdrawal option in the My Account section. No limits apply to withdrawals to your bank account.

Money withdrawn to your bank account will be available within 1 to 2 business days, depending upon your financial institution.