Virtual games (dog & horse race, casino, poker, fortuna, keno etc) is one of the commonly most played games currently in nigeria because of its instant payment abilities.
Virtual games expecially dog & horse race can give you 3times profit of the amount you make in the normal sports/football betting.
You hardly make loss on virtual games in your betting shop. Betting companies in Nigeria has made this system of gaming so expensive for the common agents to afford in their betting shops because of its high registration fee and equipments.
Most betting company in Nigeria require you to register with N100,000 for each virtual game and to aalso purchase equipment worth N200, 000 which includes Thermal printer, 42inches flat screen television, cpu with 4TB hard disk.
But today with nigeriabet you can start up all the virtual games with your current equipments in your betting shop with a registration fee of N20, 000 and you get 30% on net or 10% on gross or register with N50, 000 and get 45% on net or 15% on gross.
For those that are starting new, equipments needed includes: thermal printer (N17,000), 2cpu of 80G hard disk (N15,000 each i.e N30, 000), 3 15inches monitor (N8000 each i.e N24, 000) and Barcode scanner (N17,000) Tatal =N88,000 but if you want to operate it in a big way, buy 3 32 inch flat screen tv instead of monitors.
To start up dog racing/horse racing, keno or fortuna in your betting shop, call 08038302459
Game rules and how to play Keno:
Keno is similar to Lotto. It was first introduced in China many years ago. The game was brought to the USA in the mid 1800’s by the Chinese immigrants who came to work in the mines and on the railroad. It is a very popular game and very easy to play. It is an exciting pastime and, most importantly, it offers the possibility of winning large payouts on relatively small wagers.
Keno is usually played in Casino lounges specifically allocated for the game, but there are so called ‘Keno runners’ who will collect your ticket and deliver the winnings if the player wants to play from outside the lounge area. There are many television monitors spread all over the Casino halls to keep players informed of the winning numbers.
There is also the video version of Keno. These are slots-like coin operated machines. It plays using the same principle with similar rules of the regular Keno, but you get the results much faster.
To play Keno, you select a minimum of 4 but no more than 10 numbers between 1 and 80. Each selection is called a ‘Spot’, so if you select 10 numbers you are playing a 10 Spot game.
Keno tickets are located at tables throughout the Casino and in the Casino’s Keno lounge. The Casino provides a ‘Keno crayon’ for this purpose.
Simply mark a blank Keno ticket with the numbers of your selection. Then present your ticket to the Keno desk with your wager and the clerk will give you a duplicate ticket. In a few minutes, twenty numbered Keno balls will be drawn at random from a barrel containing 80 numbered balls, and if enough of your selected numbers are drawn, you are a winner. The results are displayed on screens, called Keno boards, throughout the Casino.
Minimum bets can be as low as 5 cents, although some Casinos only accept bets of $1 or more. The house’s Keno brochures give you information about payoffs and various tickets you can play.
The amount of money you win is dependent upon the type of ticket you play and the number of ‘spots’ caught. You may play as many tickets as you wish. You could win as much as $50,000 on a $1 wager in some Casinos.
The round of a Keno game is called a Keno race. In many Casinos, ‘multi-race’ Keno is featured, where you can play a number of consecutive Keno races at one time.
The house advantage on Keno varies according to the Keno game played. It is always around 30% or more. The chances of hitting one number in 80 is 0.25%, making Keno among the worst bets you can make.