Unclaimed Keno Ticket Worth Over $1.2 Million in Wingham

May 16, 2023
Aleney De Winter

Officials are urging residents of Wingham, located in the North Coast region of Australia, to check their Keno tickets after it was revealed that a lucky player may be walking around unaware that they have won more than $1.2 million.

The winning ticket was purchased for the Keno Classic 10 Spot draw, held on Thursday, May 11, 2023, in draw 538. The winning individual secured a total prize of $1,266,536.70, but has yet to claim their winnings.

The ticket was purchased at the Wingham Memorial Services Club. The club is ecstatic about selling a million-dollar prize and eagerly awaits the winner’s appearance to claim the substantial total.

Keno spokesperson Anna Hobdell said she encouraged all players who purchased a Keno entry at Wingham Memorial Services Club to check their tickets promptly, as the fortunate winner may be unknowingly carrying the life-changing ticket in their back pocket or handbag.
  
“We’re urging all players who purchased a Keno entry at Wingham Memorial Services Club to check their tickets today – you could be holding a major Keno winning entry,’ she said.

In 2022 alone, Keno players across the eastern states of mainland Australia rejoiced over 76.25 million wins, collectively amounting to over $1 billion. Throughout that year, Keno awarded 21 millionaires and multi-millionaires who collectively received more than $51.5 million in prize money. Ten of these fortunate winners hailed from New South Wales and the ACT, including a Sydneysider who won a staggering $10.3 million.


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Keno, Millionaire, Wingham, Wingham Memorial Services Club


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