The player interface is highly dynamic, featuring 4 game layers along with details of the last 5 draws, statistics, all available odds and, finally, the draw process itself. Besides 40 standard bets on straight numbers, some 29 additional markets are available split by sections: multiples, high/low, even/odd, more/less.
Key additional features allow manual and random number selection, as well as the possibility to bet on a maximum of 10 upcoming games. (Bets on future games can be cancelled by a player, but only before the game draw begins.)
Keno is an accessible and fast betting game, where a new round begins every 4 minutes. With this game, the house enjoys a substantial statistical advantage over the player (reaching up to 15% in some cases).
Users have options to configure the total number of balls in the game (the available choices are 49, 64, 81, and 100) and the range of balls that gets drawn. The number of picks the player may make depends on the configuration selected.
The player makes his wager and indicates which numbers he wishes to pick. The odds change according to each individual player selection. If the draw pulls a ball number that the player has also selected, this is known as a 'catch'. The player is paid according to the number of balls he 'catches'.
In Extended Keno, users have access to a wide range of choices, including single, multiple and random quick pick, and repeat bet options. All these are in addition to the traditional lotto games, in which players have the chance to win very large prizes just by correctly predicting the series of numbers that are drawn. Since players also have a lot of lotto game options to play with, they are even more attracted to this offer. The lotto software also incorporates many add-on features to enable custom built lotto game solutions to be tailored to the specific needs of operators.