Lucky 20 (or Keno) is a fixed-odds betting game where there are 20 balls drawn from a chamber of 80 in each event. Each draw is randomly generated.

The betting screen is split into 4 parts - the draw and results screen, statistics, odds, and game table. The draw takes place in the following manner:

  • There are two types of Lucky 20 games  to choose from - Lucky 20 and Rapid Lucky 20 (draws are faster)

The balls are grouped into 10-ball sections, each of which has its distinctive color.

  • Classic Bet - A unique two-bet betting system where a customer can select up to 10 numbers for an individual draw and be compensated according to how many correct numbers.
  • No Draw - the selected balls will not drop
  • All In - all selected balls will drop (no room for error).
  • Heads - more balls from the range of 1-40 than from the range of 41-80 will drop
  • Tails - more balls from the range of 41-80 than from the range of 1-40 will drop
  • Evens - there will be an equal number of balls dropped from the ranges of 1-40 and 41-80
  • First Number - the first number drawn will be either even or odd
  • First Number 40.5 - the first number drawn will be under or over 40.5
  • First Number to be Single - the first number drawn will be a single number (Yes/No)
  • First 5 Number Total 202.5 - the total of the first 5 numbers drawn will be under or over 202.5
  • Last Number - the last number drawn will be either even or odd
  • Last Number 40.5 - the last number drawn will be under or over 40.5
  • Last Number to be Single - the last number drawn will be a single number (Yes/No)
  • Total 810.5 - the total of all numbers drawn will be under or over 810.5
  • First Ball Color - choose the color of the first drawn ball (Yellow, Blue, Green, Yellow, Purple, Orange, Grey, or Brown)
  • Last Ball Color - choose the color of the last drawn ball (Yellow, Blue, Green, Yellow, Purple, Orange, Grey, or Brown)