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Belgium Keno Results

Belgium Keno Review

Belgium Keno Review

Almost all the games of the National Lottery require that you have exact numbers for you to win a prize. However, Belgium Keno is different because it’s not a must for you to have a single exact number to win. The beauty with this game is that it gives you an opportunity to earn prizes up to 250,000 euros daily. If you can, you can also play each and every day with the exception of Sundays and holidays. What this means is that you can literally walk away with a prize on a daily basis and the chances of winning are numerous.

It is the simplicity that makes Belgium Keno to shine through in the face of the other lottery games. With the right strategies, you can maximize on every chance and ensure that you walk away with a prize.

How to Play Belgium Keno

Belgium Keno has numbers ranging from 1 to 70. Out of this, 20 random numbers come out of the drum during the draw. It is up to you to set your strategy on how you are going to play. If you tick a few numbers, your chance of winning is modest. However, if you brave the odds and check as many numbers, you can win huge amounts of money, but this comes at reduced chances.

The cost of playing Belgium Keno is 1 euro per grid and the allowed grids for you to choose from are 2, 4, 6, and 8. You can choose any and be entered in the drawing. Participation therefore begins as from 2 euros.

In each grid, you are to choose between 2 and 10 numbers. As a matter of fact, the number of grids you choose will determine your bet and not the individual numbers you have chosen in those grids. You are not obliged as a player to check the same set of numbers in each grid; you can vary them depending on your preferences. You can also choose the number of successive draws you want to participate in. You can choose 1, 2, 4, 6 or 12 draws at one go.

Choosing Your Game Combination

As pointed out above, Belgium Keno gives you an opportunity to choose from 70 numbers. There is the option of a manual pick where you determine the numbers yourself in each grid. This is good if you have been in the game for quite some time and probably have identified certain patterns which you believe can boost your chances.

If you don’t want to go for the manual pick, there is the other option of a Quick Pick where the computer system determines at random what your numbers are going to be in each grid. The Quick Pick system serves well those who are in a hurry or do not have the inspiration to go through the process of a manual pick.

Unlike the other games, Belgium Keno is a truly unique game because it gives you another option which is much easier and faster to play. This option is known as Keno Pack 5. The computer chooses for you 5 random game combinations and for a bet of 5 euros, you can play 5 grids with 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 numbers respectively.

If you have chosen your Belgium Keno winning numbers, you can check them out in your newsletter. In addition to playing Keno through a National Lottery outlet, there is also the flexibility of playing online or through your mobile where you simply click your preferred numbers.

Your Game Ticket

Once you hand over your playslip and the respective amount to the clerk at the National Lottery outlet, you will be given a ticket that reflects your playslip choice. The game ticket has all your game combinations and the respective dates of the draws which you have chosen to participate.

This ticket is very important because it is the only evidence that you are a participant in Belgium Keno. Keep it carefully and ensure you sign it so that anyone picking it cannot present it to claim a prize.

The Odds of Winning Belgium Keno

If you have tried your luck by picking the numbers, you should now wait for the draw where 20 winning numbers come out of the drum. For transparency purposes, the drawing is normally aired live on TV so that all those who have participated and anyone else interested can have a look at the drawing.

At around 11 p.m. the results of the Belgium Keno draw are made public on La Une newspaper. There is also the option of checking the results straight from the official Belgium Keno website. In case you miss out or cannot access these two, you can proceed to your National Lottery outlet and have your ticket scanned at the terminal to know if it has won a prize.

Belgium Keno Prize Breakdown

If your ticket is among the winners, congratulations and now you can start the prize claiming process. Obviously, there are different amounts you can win on Belgium Keno and this will determine where you are to collect your prize. There are three main options; Lotto point of sale, the regional office of the National Lottery or the head office that is located in Brussels.

Prices Up to 1,000 Euros

If your ticket has won a prize in this range, visit a National Lottery point of sale with your ticket. The clerk will give you cash prize immediately and if he doesn’t have enough money, he will ask you to come back later. Whatever happens, your winnings will be paid out in cash and the point of sale is obliged to do under the National Lottery regulations.

Winnings from 1,001 to 2,000 Euros

Within this range, you have an option of either getting paid at the point of sale, from the regional office or at the National Lottery headquarters. The point of sale may pay you in cash, but he isn’t obliged to do so and can refer you to the higher offices for the payout. Since the regional and national offices are open from Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m., you just need to carry your game ticket, your account number and your ID number to redeem the prize.

Winnings from 2,001 to 25,000 Euros

Here, you should either go to the regional office or the National Lottery headquarters. There is no need for you to make an appointment. As long as you have your ID card, account number, and game ticket, you will get paid.

Winnings more than 25,000 Euros

If you are in this category, then you are ranked among the big winners. The collection point for your prize is at the National Lottery headquarters in Brussels. Here, in addition to having your game ticket, ID card and account number at hand, you need to make an appointment. The team that is tasked with the responsibility of accompanying you and other big winners will be waiting for your call.

The good news will Belgium Keno is that your earnings are completely tax free. This means whatever you earn through your ticket is exactly what you will pocket. You can try out your luck today!

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