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Keno is the numbers game that has become an online sensation with its enthralling combination of luck and probability. Choose up to 15 lucky numbers on a board with 80 possible choices and watch as the lottery style numbers roll up onto the screen.

This fast paced game originally gained popularity in China, so much so that profits from Keno games are believed to have helped to build part of the Great Wall of China. You can now enjoy all the action packed fun of this high-paying game at Spin Palace.

If you have ever played the lottery and were impatient for the results to come in then you'll love Keno as the numbers pop up instantly, allowing you to collect your wins and track lucky numbers more carefully.

All winning numbers are highlighted in red and there is a genuine thrill in matching winning numbers. The more numbers you hit, the more you win so keep a count of your winning numbers and look for hot combinations across the board.

Get to grips with the game in our Practise Play mode and experiment with the wagering options available. For a distinctive gambling experience play Keno at Spin Palace today, where the Richest Rewards await…

How to Play


Download the free casino software.


Register a Real Account.


Make your first deposit and your bonus will be automatically credited to your account.

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Clicking on the download button will lead to the installation of Windows compatible casino software on your PC of around 10 MB, which will enable you to register and play on our casino platform. The application can be uninstalled completely cleanly using the normal remove programs options in Windows. No functions of the software will remain after uninstalling.
A member of The Palace Group that is managed by Bayton Ltd (C41970) a Maltese Registered company with registered address at Villa Seminia, 8, Sir Temi Zammit Avenue, Ta Xbiex XBX1011. Bayton Limited is licensed by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority of Malta MGA/CL1/376/2007 (issued: 30th December, 2009) and MGA/CL3/376/2007 (issued: 30th December, 2009).