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Bigger Prizes. More Ways to Win.

Learn How to Play Keno Bulls-eye.

Bigger Prizes.
More Ways to Win.

Learn How to Play Keno Bulls-eye.

Aim for more.

Add new Bulls-Eye.

Looking to add more fun to Oregon Lottery Keno? Just add the new Bulls-Eye option to any Keno or Special Keno game. It’s easy! After the 20 winning numbers are revealed, the Bulls-Eye arrow randomly lands on one of those numbers. Should you win regular or special Keno, and match the Bulls-Eye number, the Bulls-Eye prize is yours and added to whatever you already won!

 

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THE KENO 8-SPOT BONUS

The only official source for verifying winning numbers on a player’s ticket is through the Oregon Lottery’s central computer system. Rarely, browsers, OS updates, screen dimensions, internet connectivity and any number of device-related issues may affect the Keno feed. Verify your tickets using Keno past results online and remember that the Lottery's central computer system is the only official verification source.

A New GameEvery 4 Minutes

How To Play

Keno plays every 4 minutes with 56 ways to win.

Ticket cost: Wager $1 up to $20 per game
Drawings
: Games every 4 minutes
Jackpots: Rolling 8-spot jackpot average - $30,000

How It Works

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.

How To Play Keno Games Every 4 Minutes
Just pick up a Keno game slip from a Lottery retailer and fill it out: 

  1. Choose how many spots you want to play.
  2. Mark how much you want to wager per game.
  3. Choose how many consecutive games you want to play.
  4. Choose yes or no to play for the Special Keno prize structure at no additional cost.
  5. Choose yes or no to add the Multiplier Option for a chance to win from 1 to 10 times the prize. Your ticket cost will increase $1 for every $1 Keno wagered.
  6. Choose yes or no to add the Bulls-Eye Option for a chance to play for bigger prizes. Your ticket cost will increase $1 for every $1 Keno wagered.
  7. Choose your own numbers or select Quick Pick.
  8. Keno to go—Pick the time (today) that you want your Keno games to begin. If no time is picked your games begin now. 

Play Consecutive Games 

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. 

Three 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. 

Choose Keno Bulls-Eye and play for bigger prizes and more chances to win! Bulls-Eye prizes are added to Keno or Special Keno prizes. 

How Keno Multiplier Works 

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: Bulls-Eye prizes and the Jackpot Bonus prize are 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.

How Bulls-Eye Option Works 

This new game feature allows you to add Bulls-Eye to any regular Keno game or Special Keno. After the 20 winning numbers have been selected, the Bulls-Eye arrow will land randomly on ONE of those 20 to be the Bulls-Eye number.  Should you win regular or special Keno, and match the Bulls-Eye number, the Bulls-Eye prize is yours and added to whatever you already won! By choosing Yes on the Bulls-Eye option, you’re adding on one more chance to win bigger prizes. Ticket cost will increase $1 for every $1 Keno wagered.

How Jackpot Bonus Works 

With this exciting feature, when you match all your numbers on an 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. 

How To Play Keno To Go 

Keno to Go is an option 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. Choose the Keno to Go option at the bottom of the ticket.
  • Go to oregonlottery.org and watch your games from your Web-enabled device at home, during your carpool to work, or at your favorite restaurant or bar. 

NOTE: Maximum prize per prize category on any ticket is $1 million. The $1 million prize is pari-mutuel if there is more than one $1 million prize winner. The only exception is if a player wins a rolling jackpot bonus prize, plus a $1 million prize, they will receive both prizes. 

 
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
  • Check your ticket online
  • Take your ticket to a Lottery retail location and use the “Did you Win?” terminal
  • Call the toll-free number: 1-866-DIDIWIN (1-866-343-4946)

Did I Win Terminal

 

Claim Your Prize
All prizes may be claimed at the Lottery's Headquarters in Salem. Prizes less than $50,000 may also be claimed at the Wilsonville payment center. Prizes may be claimed in person or by mail (registered mail recommended), beginning the day following the drawing. If you choose to redeem your prize by mail, be sure your winner's claim form is completely filled out. Prizes of $600 or less may be claimed at a Lottery retailer. You have one year from the date of the drawing on your ticket to claim your prize.

The Oregon Lottery® attempts to ensure that the winning numbers and jackpot amounts for each (Lucky LinesSM, Oregon’s Game 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).