The lottery game can be officially played in seven of the thirteen cities in New Hampshire.
US.- Keno has officially launched in 7 of 13 cities in New Hampshire on December 15. Facilities that want to offer Keno have to be pre-approved by the state’s lottery commission and have pouring liquor licenses.
Manchester, Nashua, Berlin, Franklin, Claremont, Laconia and Somersworth are among the cities that now offer the lottery game Keno. The first city to approve Keno games was Franklin and also had the honor to roll out the first action. In order to offer Keno, a facility must be pre- approved by the New Hampshire Lottery Commission and be in charge of a pouring liquor license.
The Lottery Commission is in charge of providing all the supplies involved in Keno, from the TV monitors, to wiring to the forms and the pencils that customers use to play. More than 35 locations are part of the initial rollout, whilst others are being reviewed for the US$500 annual license.