How To Play

There are several NT Keno game options, where you decide on your own numbers or random generated numbers, and how many numbers. You can also play Heads or Tails where you can double your money.

The amount you win depends how many numbers you choose to play, and on how many of your numbers match those that are drawn for each game.

Once you have decided on which game to play, go to any NT Keno operator at the designated NT Keno venues across the territory to purchase your ticket.

Download the full NT Keno game guide and prize guide (pdf).

Points to Remember

Actual numbers drawn on the game draw selection device shall be the official numbers drawn.

NT Keno winnings are paid out on the printed receipt ticket only and can be claimed through any NT Keno terminal up to 365 days after the bet has been placed.

It is the customer’s responsibility to check their ticket. Please check your NT Keno ticket carefully, be sure it is correctly marked. Any corrections must be made before the close of the current game.

NT Keno results are not official until all numbers are drawn and confirmed.

Exposing the NT Keno ticket receipt to excessive heat may cause discoloration resulting in the entry becoming invalid.

On Spot games the minimum bet is $1 and maximum bet is $9,999, Heads or Tails maximum bet is $500 per ticket. No cent bets are allowed.

NT Keno has a 1,000 game cycle, with the maximum games on one ticket being 1,000.

If there is more than one winner on a Jackpot, the Jackpot will be shared and abated proportionately.

All games of the NT Keno are subject to the ‘Approved Rules of Keno’, which may be amended from time to time without notification. A copy of the ‘Approved Rules of Keno’ is available for viewing upon request from any NT Keno venue in the Northern Territory.

For Results

Results for NT Keno are not available online. You can check your ticket at any NT Keno venue.

If you are no longer in the Northern Territory, please provide a scanned copy of your ticket ensuring the following details are legible:

  • 16 digit serial numbers located below the barcode at the top of the ticket
  • Date and time purchased
  • Venue ticket purchased from
  • Number of games played ie. 10 games: 100 - 109
  • Total cost of ticket

Your ticket will be checked and you will be notified on what to do if there are any wins.

Please DO NOT discard your NT Keno ticket as it will be required should you be holding a winning ticket. As printed on the back of the NT Keno ticket: "Prizes shall be paid upon presentation of the original tickets within twelve (12) calendar months of the date of purchase"