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Keno Runner Salary in North Carolina

Keno Runner Salary in North Carolina

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How much does a Keno Runner make in North Carolina? The average Keno Runner salary in North Carolina is $22,703 as of December 28, 2020, but the range typically falls between $21,586 and $24,169. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on the city and many other important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession.

Percentile Salary Location Last Updated
10th Percentile Keno Runner Salary $20,568 NC December 28, 2020
25th Percentile Keno Runner Salary $21,586 NC December 28, 2020
50th Percentile Keno Runner Salary $22,703 NC December 28, 2020
75th Percentile Keno Runner Salary $24,169 NC December 28, 2020
90th Percentile Keno Runner Salary $25,503 NC December 28, 2020

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The Keno Runner role earned an average salary of $22,703 in North Carolina in 2020. Get a salary report by industry, company size, and skills.

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Check out the luckiest stores around North Carolina for Carolina Keno prizes $600 and up! Map reflects prizes claimed for the last 12 months ending April 2020.

Game Overview

Game Information

How to Play

Step 1: Decide how much to play per draw. Each play costs $1. You can also play for $2 to 2x your prize, $3 to 3x, $5 to 5x and up to $10 to 10x your prizes.

Step 2: Decide how many numbers to match from 1 to 10. In Keno, those numbers are called Spots. The more Spots you match, the more you can win.

Step 3: Choose to play 1 time or up to 20 consecutive draws (known as multi-draw)

Step 4: Pick your numbers from 1 to 80. How many numbers you pick is how many Spots you played.

That’s it! Really easy to play. Now how do you win money?
Click on the Prizes & Odds to learn how.

Prizes & Odds

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Overall Odds: 1 in 4.00

Want to compare the Carolina Keno odds to other games? Check out our NC Lottery Odds Chart


Sometimes game information can be confusing. We created a brief overview of some of the common terms used in Carolina Pick 3 that you should be familiar.

Pari-mutuel is a payout method that splits the total available prize money for a particular prize level between all winners of that prize level.

In Carolina Keno, the top prize for a 10 Spot match is $100,00. However, in the event more than one person wins the jackpot, the top prize may be split among the winners.

A random set of playing numbers chosen by a lottery terminal. Players may choose to have the lottery terminal pick their playing numbers instead of choosing numbers on their own.

Multi-draw is playing the same set of numbers on consecutive drawings. While filling out a play slip, a player may choose to play the same set of numbers for up to 20 consecutive drawings for the Carolina Keno.

A Spot is a number the player has chosen to play. In Carolina Keno, a player may choose from 1 to 10 Spots to play in an attempt to match the drawn numbers.

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