What is KENO?
Keno is a draw game which offers a wide variety of prizes.
How is KENO played?
Like other Ohio Lottery games, Keno would follow a pool style of play,
with the wagering and drawings managed by a central computer system.
Players would place their wager with the retailer,
who would process their requested wager through a single terminal at the establishment.
Players select their numbers with a bet slip or by requesting the Auto Pick option.
The Lottery will select 20 numbers from a pool of 80 (01 to 80).
Players have the option to play up to 10 spots.
Players can win various prizes by matching their numbers to the 20 numbers selected by the Lottery.
The top prize for a $1 wager that matches 10 of the 20 selected numbers is $100,000.
When will KENO be sold?
The first drawing will take place at 11:04 a.m.
How often will drawings take place?
Drawings take place every four minutes from 11:04 a.m. until 1:44 a.m.
Where are the numbers displayed?
Each Retailer will have a monitor which displays the numbers as they are selected at the primary data center. The display is uniform across the State of Ohio.
For additional information about KENO, contact the
Ohio Lottery Sales Office at 216-774-5680.