Keno results

Find the latest Keno results on this page shortly after one of four daily draws takes place, and find out if you are one of the lucky people who have the winning numbers. Find the information about all of the winning tickets in Keno lottery history and view a breakdown of all the prizes won.

Latest draw

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With four draws taking place every day at 10 am, 1 pm, 3 pm and 6 pm, Keno is one of the most active lottery games in New Zealand.

Even though it is a lottery game it is also quite like a bingo. Players get to pick how many numbers they would like to play with as well as how much to wager - this will determine the odds of winning and how much they could win. For example, if you play with 6 numbers and match 3 Keno numbers - you win. But if you play with 7 numbers and match 3 - you are not a Keno winner.

During the live Keno draw, 20 balls are randomly drawn from a pot of 80 balls and your goal is to match as many numbers as you can. The top prize for a $1 wager is $250 million, and it can be won by matching 10 numbers. Plus, the lottery also offers a consolation prize - if you choose 10 numbers and do not match any of them, you get $3 back for a $1 wager.

How to play Keno?

Keno is a lottery game, but it is also very much like bingo. You can choose how much to wager as well as many numbers you would like to play - anywhere from 1 to 10 numbers per line. This will determine your odds of winning and how much you could win. Basically, the more your wager, the higher the prize you could win.

Then, every day at 10 am, 1 pm, 3 pm and 6 pm, the live draw takes place, where 20 numbers are drawn from a pot of 80 balls. Your goal is to match as many numbers as you can in the same line.

Keno FAQ

Have a question about Keno lotto? Do not worry, we have the answers to the most frequently asked questions. Learn how to play or how to win and much more.

The Keno draw takes place every day at 10 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, and 6 pm.
You can buy tickets for the Keno draw right up until it begins.
Ticket prices depend on various factors, such as how many lines you choose to play, how much you choose to spend per line, how many draws you enter as well as whether or not you decide to play Multiplier. Ticket prices start from as little as $1.
Keno tickets can be bought in-store and online through the Lotto New Zealand official website.
There is no age limit for playing Keno. However, if you are using an online concierge service to buy tickets, you are required to be 18 years or older.
Yes, you can buy the tickets through an online concierge service.
It all depends on how many numbers you decide to play. You can play from 1 to 10 numbers and to win a prize, you usually have to match at least half or more of the numbers that you decided to play from a total of 20 numbers drawn. So, for example, if you decide to play six numbers and match three - you will win a prize. However, if you decide to play seven numbers and match three, you will not win anything. There is also a kind of consolation prize for players who chose to play 10 numbers and didn’t match any.
Yes. The maximum prize fund is $2.5 million for one draw. If it is exceeded, prizes are proportionally scaled back.
Yes. Keno prizes have to be claimed within 12 months from the date of the draw for which the ticket was purchased.
Lottery prizes are awarded tax-free. However, if you reside outside of New Zealand, it is best to consult with a financial expert.
Keno results from previous draws can be found on the official Lotto New Zealand website or right here on our page.