These are the latest live Keno results plus past numbers from the last six draws of this MI game. Draws take place every day at 7:29 PM EST and the results will be published here soon after. The jackpot is won by matching 10 of your numbers with the 22 that have been drawn; you can win a prize for matching as few as six, but also win a special prize if you somehow manage to match no numbers at all.
Keno costs $1 to play, and to enter the current day's draw you'll need to buy your ticket before the cut-off time - otherwise, you'll be entered in the next day's draw. The draw break runs from 7:08 PM to 7:10 PM, and tickets are not sold during this time.
How to Play
To start playing Keno, choose 10 numbers between 1 and 80, or simply check the Easy Pick option and the lottery computer will pick your numbers randomly. If you want to play the same lucky numbers more than once, the most convenient way is to mark the playslip with the number of advance draws you want to enter - up to 60 in a row. The cost of a ticket is $1 per play for each draw.
If you previously bought a ticket and would like to use the same numbers again, you can skip the playslip and simply ask the retailer for a Replay to enter one or more draws, depending on what you chose on the original ticket. The Replay option may be used within 31 days of the original purchase.
Keep your ticket safe and check this page after the draw for the latest numbers to find out if you've won a prize.
Prizes and Odds of Winning
Keno features a total of six prize levels - match 10 out of 22 numbers drawn to win the top prize of $250,000. You can even match none of the numbers drawn and still win cash. The overall chances of hitting a Keno prize are 1 in 19. See the table below for how much you could win and each tier's odds:
|10||$250,000||1 in 2,546,203|
|9||$2,500||1 in 57,070|
|8||$250||1 in 3,115|
|7||$25||1 in 313|
|6||$7||1 in 52|
|0||$1||1 in 32|