The AGLC announced on May 22nd, 2010 that they will be updating their video keno and super eight machines. AGLC officials said that this will improve their earnings.
The PCSO launched two new keno outlets in Bacolod City, Philippines on May 27th, 2010. Jeanette Oberio and Henri Muzzarelli cut the ribbon for the official launch.
The Maryland Lottery Agency filed a request before the BPW to spend $90 million dollars for the management of its system. That will include its keno system and others.
Marylands State Lottery petitioned the BPW for a $90 million dollars systems upgrade for its keno game and others. The Lottery filed the petition on May 19th, 2010.
PCSO officials opened two new Keno Quick Panalo outlets in Bacolod on May 27th, 2010. Jeanette Oberio and Henri Muzzarelli led the ceremonial ribbon cutting.
The AGLC are reviewing the possibility of upgrading their old video keno and super eight gaming machines. But critics said that the machines will only affect young gamers.
John Berkley discussed the sale of LGIs keno interests and his license application with the Nevada Board. Berkley also said that LGI desperate needs additional capital.
Protect Private Property group is leading the boycott calls on lottery games like keno because of the smoking ban. The boycott received different reactions in Michigan.