When picking numbers on Keno, the betting cost increases for each number you pick, and the payout doesn’t reflect the actual amount you’re betting.

For example, let’s say I select 5 Credits to bet, then select 10 numbers on keno. The cost of each play is now 50 credits (+5 for each number I selected). If I match 5 numbers, my payout is only 15 credits, but it should be 150 credits, because the payout for matching 5 is 3x my bet.

The payouts are essentially X times lower than they should be (X =how many numbers are selected).

With IRL Keno, the cost of the ticket doesn’t change with how many numbers you pick. You are free to pick 1 - 10 numbers and the cost is always the same.

I think the current implementation of increasing the bet size with numbers selected is fine, as long as the payout reflects the actual bet size.

# Notes / Media

Attached images show 10 numbers selected (50 credits bet). 5 Matched numbers only paid out 15 credits, 6 matched numbers only paid out 50 credits.