The More You Match – The More You Win
Keno is an easy game that's played with spots (numbers) from 1 to 80. In each game, 20 of the 80 numbers are randomly selected by the Lottery's computer system. The amount you win depends on how many spots you select and match correctly. It's that easy. The winning numbers are displayed on Keno monitors at most Oregon Lottery® retail locations and on the Web at oregonlottery.org. Watch Keno drawings at a retailer or on any Web-enabled device.
New Game Every 4 Minutes
With a new game every 4 minutes, you have 322 opportunities to play a Keno game each day. You can play from 1 to 100 Keno games in advance ($100 maximum wager) so you don't miss any of the excitement. Just fill out a game slip and mark how many consecutive games you'd like to play. Keno can be played from 5:00 AM to 2:30 AM every day.
Play Keno to Go - Where You Want - When You Want
Keno to Go is a feature that gives you the flexibility to choose when you want to begin playing Keno. Play Keno to Go by picking a later time in the day for your games to begin. Here's how it works:
- You can buy tickets in advance and pick the time (today) you want your play to begin.
- Go to Live Keno and watch your games from your Web-enabled device at home, during your carpool to work or at your favorite restaurant or bar.
Choose the Keno to Go option and play when you want.
Two Prize Structures to Choose From:
The regular Keno prize structure offers up to 7 different prize levels within a spot game, creating many ways to win! See next page for payouts.
Special Keno gives you the option to play for larger top prizes, but offers fewer small prizes per game. You can win up to $1 million on the 10-spot game.
With this exciting feature, when you match all your numbers on a 8-spot game, you'll also win the Jackpot Bonus. The jackpot continues to grow with every drawing until someone wins it! The Jackpot Bonus prize is pari-mutuel if there is more than one Jackpot Bonus winner in a game.
Add the Keno Multiplier option for an extra $1 for every dollar played on your Keno ticket and win up to 10 times the prize amount on all Keno prizes. The multiplier numbers are 1x, 2x, 3x, 5x and 10x. NOTE: The Rolling jackpot bonus prize is not multiplied.
Keno Multiplier Frequency
This chart shows an average of how often Keno Multiplier numbers are drawn over time. On average, the 2x through 10x multiplier numbers will be drawn 55% of the time. NOTE: The maximum prize paid on any one Keno ticket on any one game is $1 million. The only exception is if a player wins a rolling jackpot bonus prize, plus a $1 million prize, they will receive both prizes.
Keno game rules
Did I Win?
Here are some ways to find out if you've won:
- Watch the numbers come up on the Keno monitor, mobile or laptop device
- Take your ticket to a Lottery retail location
- Use the "Did You Win?" terminal
- Call toll free 1-866-DID-IWIN (1-866-343-4946)
How to Claim Your Prize
- Prizes up to and including $600 can be collected at any Oregon Lottery® retail location.
- Prizes of $601 - $49,999 must be collected at the Oregon Lottery office and can be paid out the same day. Or you can claim by registered mail.
- Prizes of $50,000 or more must be collected at the Oregon Lottery, but can only be paid out at 8:00 AM the following business day. Or you can claim by registered mail via a winner claim form.
You have one year from the date of the drawing on your ticket to claim your prize. The Lottery's Salem office is located at 500 Airport Road SE. Mail winning tickets to*:
PO Box 14515
Salem, OR 97309
*Registered mail recommended
If you have a ticket for consecutive games, you can collect your prizes at any time during the set of games. You will be issued an exchange ticket for all the remaining games to be played on your original ticket.
Problem Gambling Help
If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, there is help. Call 1-877-MY-LIMIT or chat at 877mylimit.org. Treatment is free, confidential and it works.
The Oregon Lottery® attempts to ensure that the winning numbers and jackpot amounts for each (Lucky LinesSM, MegabucksSM, Win for LifeSM, Powerball®, RaffleSM, Mega Millions®, Pick 4SM and Keno) drawing are posted correctly on this Web site. However, posted numbers are unofficial. The only official source for verifying winning numbers on a player’s ticket is through the Oregon Lottery’s central computer system. To confirm that an Oregon Lottery ticket is a winner, please have the ticket validated through a Lottery sales terminal at any retailer or at the Lottery Headquarters in Salem (OAR 177-070-0035). Players have one year from the date of the drawing or RaffleSM announcement date (OAR 177-069-0040) for which the ticket was purchased to claim any prizes from that drawing. (OAR 177-070-0025).