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Keno Neon

Keno Neon—released on April 1, 2018—is an Inbet Games-owned neon-themed game, just like the developer’s Vegas Night (2018) and Vegas Night Deluxe (2018). Inbet also owns Keno Neon (2018), XKeno (March 2018), Neon Kickers, Disco Keno (February 2019), Turbo Keno (July 2016), and Keno T+ (February 2018).

Keno Neon Game Characteristics
This live game—like Keno Live—is apt for multiplayer gaming. Keno Neon has a dark game board, with 1-80 numbers. The green bet amount icon shows these Keno Neon bets for each set of picks: $1.00 (lowest bet), $10.00, $50.00, $100.00, $200.00, $500.00, and $1000.00.

There is a 45-second playing window and a 60-second betting window between sessions. Manual selection: tapping preferred numbers. Automated selections: setting the “rand” icon to pick 1-10 numbers randomly.

Keno Neon has a maximum of five sets/coupons (press “+” after each group of selections to include multiple sets), where each set can contain up to ten picks. The five possible sets, at $1000.00 each, amounts to the $5000.00 maximum bet. Players can clear or repeat bets. The board’s illuminated numbers are gray when selected, purple when drawn, and blue when matched.

The 20 drawn numbers are displayed in green, from right to left, in the circles atop the board. The Keno Neon credits are based on the balls, bet amount, and win for each coupon.

One successful hit pays X3.5.
Two selections: one hit pays X1; and two hits pay X10.
Three picks: one hit pays nothing; two hits pay X2; and three hits pay X50.
Four selections: one hit pays nothing; two hits pay X1; three hits pay X10; and four hits pay X100.
Five picks: one hit does not pay; two hits pay X1; three hits pay X3; four hits pay X30; and five hits pay X150.
Six selections: one hit, or two hits do not pay; three hits pay X2; four hits pay X15; five hits pay X60; and six hits pay X500.
Seven picks: no hit pays X1; one hit, or two hits do not pay; three hits pay X2; four hits pay X4; five hits pay X20; six hits pay X80; and seven hits pay X1000.
Eight selections: no hit pays X1; one hit, or two hits, or three hits do not pay; four hits pay X5; five hits pay X15; six hits pay X50; seven hits pay X200; and eight hits pay X2000.
Nine picks: no hits pays X2; one hit, or two hits, or three hits do not pay; four hits pay X2; five hits pay X10; six hits pay X25; seven hits pay X125; eight hits pay X1000; and nine hits pay X5000.
Ten selections: no hits pays X2; one, or two, or three, or four hits do not pay; five hits pay X5; six hits pay X30; seven hits pay X100; eight hits pay X300; nine hits pay X2000; and ten hits pay X10000—theoretical maximum payout is $50000000.00.

Keno Neon’s simple HTML5-based software has: a countdown timer, probability, bet history, and game history, classic sounds, and 2D retro graphics whose animation include flashing arrow lights.

Luck in Keno Neon
A game of luck, Keno Neon has ten RTP rates. One pick: 75.00% RTP rate; 25.00% house edge. Two picks: 98.10% RTP rate; 1.90% house edge. Three picks: 90.19% RTP rate; 9.81% house edge. Four picks: 89.02% RTP rate; 10.92% house edge.

Five picks: 86.08% RTP rate13.92; % house edge. Six picks: 93.79% RTP rate; 6.21% house edge. Seven picks: 93.61% RTP rate; 6.39% house edge. Eight picks: 92.94% RTP rate; 7.06% house edge. Nine picks: 93.49% RTP rate; 6.51% house edge. Ten picks: 90.82% RTP rate; 9.18% house edge.

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