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Play’n Go Keno

Games developer Play’n Go launched the starry-and-golden Keno game on October 25, 2012.

Keno Game Characteristics

Play’n Go Keno’s starting page proclaims its grid with 80 numbers, wherein 20 winning numbers are drawn at random and compared with the player’s two to ten selections. Clicking “continue” redirects to the golden-framed, white-numbered and dark game board, which is set on a star-studded orange background with radial stripes.

The blue button has four Play’n Go Keno bets: $0.50 (minimum bet), $1.00, $2.00, and $5.00 (maximum bet). The hamburger menu at far bottom left has these adjustable “numbers to autopick”—2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10, which are then randomly selected after clicking the orange “autopick”.

In mobile versions, both the bet sizes and selections to autopick settings are adjusted using the two sliders under the hamburger menu at bottom right. Generally, rough red circles enclose the picked numbers, which can be unpicked via the red “clear”.

Otherwise, the Play’n Go Keno players click the green “play”. The 20 drawn numbers, which appear both on the twin tubes and as off-white cells, contrast with the encircled red-and-golden matching selections.

Play’n Go Keno has fixed odds.

Two selected numbers: one hit pays X1; and two hits pay X9.
Three selected numbers: one hit pays X0.50; two hits offer X3; and three hits offer X20.
Four selected numbers: one hit pays X0.50; two hits offer X1; three hits offer X4; and four hits pay X100.
Five selected numbers: one hit pays X0.50; two hits pay X1; three hits offer X3; four hits pay X5; and five hits offer X200.
Six selected numbers: one hit pays nothing; two hits offer X1; three hits offer X2; four hits pay X5; five hits offer X45; and six hits pay X500.
Seven selected numbers: one hit has nothing; two hits X0.50; three hits offer X1; four hits pay X5; five hits offer X25; six hits pay X100; and seven hits pay X1000.
Eight selected numbers: one hit does not pay; two hits X0.50; three hits X1; four hits pay X3; five hits offer X10; six hits pay X30; seven hits pay X200; and eight hits pay X20000.
Nine selected numbers: no pay for one hit; two hits pay X0.50; three hits pay X1; four hits pay X2; five hits offer X4; six hits pay X10; seven hits pay X125; eight hits pay X500; and nine hits pay X5000.
Ten selected numbers: nothing for one hit, or two hits; three hits X1; four hits X2; five hits offer X3; six hits pay X8; seven hits pay X40; eight hits pay X250; nine hits pay X2000; and ten hits pay X10000.

Play’n Go Keno’s maximum exposure (5X10000) is $50000.00.

The Play’n Go Keno software: mobile and desktop versions; 16:9 game resolution; works best with Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Explorer, and Edge browsers; supports Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android operating systems; auto adjustable bets; right/left hand modes; and on/off fast play. On/off sound effects: jingling, chinking and clacking. Animated 3D graphics: dolly zooming and glistening stars; and falling balls.

Play’n Go Keno is available in 35 languages: Bulgarian, Spanish, Chinese, Mandarin, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Flemish, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, South Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malaysian, Norwegian, Polish, Brazilian, Peruvian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Sami (Finland), Turkish, and Vietnamese.

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