Keno is a lottery-like gambling game often played at modern casinos, and also offered as a game by some lotteries.
Players wager by choosing numbers ranging from 1 through (usually) 80. After all players make their wagers, 20 numbers (some variants draw fewer numbers) are drawn at random, either with a ball machine similar to ones used for lotteries and bingo, or with a random number generator.
How can the Age Check Certification Scheme help keno gaming?
We test that age check systems work. We do this through audits, test purchasing and mystery shopping. We can visit keno gaming locations attempting to enter age restricted gaming areas, place bets or buy alcohol. We can provide the industry standard signage and provide specialised training for full time and casual staff.
Why do I have to get this done?
Keno Gaming will be subject to local licensing restrictions which are likely to place strict obligations on both premises owners to take steps to prevent the underage gambling or consumption of alcohol. The penalties for failing to comply can be substantial including the forced closure of the premises. You can find out more about the local laws that apply here.
What posters and materials do I need to be compliant?
What training do I need for our staff?
How do I get my age check systems tested?
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