Iowa Admin. Code r. 491-11.8 - Keno

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 20, April 6, 2022

(1) Keno shall be conducted using an automated ticket writing and redemption system where a game's winning numbers are selected by a random number generator
(2) Each game shall consist of the selection of 20 numbers out of 80 possible numbers, 1 through 80.
(3) For any type of wager offered, the payout must be at least 70 percent.
(4) Multigame tickets shall be limited to 20 games.
(5) Writing or voiding tickets for a game after that game has closed is prohibited.
(6) All winning tickets shall be valid up to a maximum of one year from the date of purchase. All expired, unclaimed winning tickets shall be subject to the requirements in 49 1-paragraph 12.11 (2)"b. "
(7) The administrator shall determine minimum hardware and software requirements to ensure the integrity of play. An automated keno system must be proven to accurately account for adjusted gross receipts to the satisfaction of the administrator
(8) Adjusted gross receipts from keno games shall be the difference between dollar value of tickets written and dollar value of winning tickets as determined from the automated keno system. The wagering tax pursuant to Iowa Code section 99F. 11 shall apply to adjusted gross receipts of keno games.
(9) An area of a facility shall not be designated as gaming floor for the sole purpose of keno runners, who accept patron wagering funds remotely from the keno game location.

Notes

Iowa Admin. Code r. 491-11.8
ARC 9018B, lAB 8/25/10, effective 9/29/10

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