(a) These Rules are to be read subject to the Act and shall apply to every Game of Keno. If there is any inconsistency between the Act and these Rules, the Act will prevail to the extent of any inconsistency.

(b) These Rules shall be binding on all Subscribers and by making an Entry in a Game Slot Gampang Menang of Keno, purchasing a Gift Voucher or accepting a Prepaid Voucher, Subscribers agree to be bound by these Rules.

  1. Object

 

The object of the Game of Keno, known as Regular Keno, is to select up to 15 numbers (but not inclusive of 11 to 14 numbers), from the set: 1 to 80 and to match (or in some games not to match) those numbers against the 20 winning numbers Drawn in each game. There are other forms of the Game of Keno including Lucky Last, the object of which is to match a selected number against the last number Drawn in each game, Heads or Tails?, the object of which is to forecast the distribution of numbers in each game, Keno Racing, the object of which is to forecast the distribution of numbers across the Rows of the Keno Grid in each game and Keno Roulette, the object of which is to forecast the first number Drawn in each game.

  1. Eligibility for Inclusion in a Game of Keno

 

In order to be eligible for inclusion in a Game of Keno, a Receipt Ticket, the details of which must be recorded and be resident on magnetic media at the Central Site, must be issued to the Subscriber.

5A. Ineligibility of Certain Persons to Enter a Game of Keno

(a) A Key Employee, an Inspector or an employee of the Licensees must not enter a Game of Keno.

(b) An employee of a Club during such time as that employee is in any way engaged in the operation of a Game of Keno must not enter a Game of Keno.

(c) No person under the age of 18 years shall be permitted to enter a Game of Keno, whether personally, through another person, by mail, by electronic means or otherwise.

(d) No person may make an Entry on behalf of a person under the age of 18 years.

  1. Key Staff

 

(a) Operating Company

A Supervisor must be present at all times while the game is in progress at the Central Site or at the Premises of a Club where a Draw Device is operative and the Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that the game is conducted in accordance with these Rules.

(b) Club

A Senior Writer must be present at the Premises at all times while the game is in progress at those Premises and the Senior Writer is responsible for ensuring that the game is conducted in accordance with these Rules.

6A. Responsibility of Club

 

(a) Operating Company

A Supervisor must be present at all times while the game is in progress at the Central Site or at the Premises of a Club where a Draw Device is operative and the Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that the game is conducted in accordance with these Rules.

(b) A Club that is a Casino Licensee must at all times ensure that Games of Keno conducted on its Premises are conducted in accordance with the Casino Control Act 1992 and regulations made under that Act (as amended) and these Rules.

  1. Entry and Entry Forms

 

(a) Entry in a Game of Keno may only be made through a Club in accordance with these Rules.

(b) Entry in a Game of Keno, not being a Delayed Start Game, may only be made:

(i) either:

(a) by way of an Entry Form;

(b) by Replay; or

(c) in relation to:

(i) Lucky Last;

(ii) Heads or Tails?;

(iii) Keno Racing;

(iv) Keno Roulette;

(v) Mystery Bet;

(vi) Parlay;

(vii) Quick Pick; or

(viii) Set Bet;

(ix) by Verbal Entry; and

(ii) by payment of the appropriate Subscription.

(c) A Subscriber to a game of Heads or Tails? may only make one selection (ie. “Heads” or “Tails” or “Evens”) per Entry.

(d) A Subscriber to a game of Keno Racing or Keno Roulette may make more than 1 selection per Entry.

(e) Subject to Rule 9A relating to Gift Vouchers, Rule 9B relating to Prepaid Vouchers and Rule 9C relating to Subscription Chips, each Gross Subscription must be paid by a Subscriber to a Club (or to a Keno Runner on behalf of a Club) and the Club will hold the Gross Subscription as agent of the Subscriber until the Entry is completed.

(f) Subject to Rule 9A relating to Gift Vouchers and Rule 9B relating to Prepaid Vouchers, a Subscriber must pay a Commission to the Club in consideration for the Club acting as agent of the Subscriber, and for that purpose authorises the Club to retain from the Gross Subscription received from the Subscriber an amount calculated as:

[Gross Subscription – Keno Prize Fund Contribution] x 44%, by way of Commission, after the Entry is completed.

(g) After a Subscriber has completed an Entry Form, a Replay or a Verbal Entry and the Gross Subscription has been received by the Club, the Club, on behalf of the Licensees, will deliver a Receipt Ticket to the Subscriber. A separate Receipt Ticket will be issued in respect of a Delayed Start Entry. The Entry is completed by the delivery of the Receipt Ticket and the Club is taken to have discharged its duty as agent to the Subscriber by the delivery of the Receipt Ticket in accordance with this Rule.

(h) Subject to Rule 9A relating to Gift Vouchers, Rule 9B relating to Prepaid Vouchers and Rule 9C relating to Subscription Chips, once the Entry is completed the Club will be entitled to apply the Commission to its own account and will hold the Net Subscription as agent for and on behalf of the Licensees.

(i) All marks appearing on an Entry Form shall be taken to have been made exclusively by the Subscriber and it is the responsibility of the Subscriber to ensure that the particulars recorded on a Receipt Ticket are identical to either those on the Entry Form submitted, or the Verbal Entry made, by the Subscriber.

(j) Replay will be permitted only on the Keno Day on which the submitted Receipt Ticket was issued or on the following Keno Day.

(k) If the particulars recorded on a Receipt Ticket are inconsistent with the particulars resident on magnetic media at the Central Site, the latter shall prevail to the exclusion of the former and shall determine what prize, if any, a Subscriber is entitled to claim.

(l) Except in relation to a Delayed Start Game, an Entry will be for the game which is open at the time the Receipt Ticket for that Entry is issued. A Delayed Start Entry will be for the next Delayed Start Game.

(m) Instructions printed on an Entry Form are to be read and construed as part of these Rules except that, in the event of any inconsistency, the latter shall prevail to the exclusion of the former.

(n) An Entry Form shall be returned to the Subscriber on request.

(o) Where a Subscriber enters a Game of Keno as the trustee, representative or nominee of another person, the Licensees, the Club and every other person shall be taken not to have knowledge or to be on notice, whether actual or constructive, of any such arrangement and the transaction will be taken to have been conducted solely with the Subscriber.

(p) Upon presentation of a Receipt Ticket a Subscriber may on the Keno Day on which that Receipt Ticket was issued but after the payment of any prize won by the Entry of which that Receipt Ticket is evidence request a Print Pay Ticket. A Subscriber shall be taken to have requested in accordance with this Rule a Print Pay Ticket in respect of each Entry effected by a Keno Runner on that Subscriber’s behalf.

(q) No person may promote or take part in the formation of a syndicate for fee or reward for the purpose of making an Entry in a Game of Keno, except a Club as authorized by the Operating Company.

(r) No person may advertise by any means that he or she or some other person will accept money for a share in an Entry in a Game of Keno, except as provided by Rule 7(q).