Gambling is a widespread industry today, so more people are trying casino games to have fun and earn some money. In addition to land-based clubs, there are establishments that operate online. You can spin the reels on slot machine emulators or try to play live against a real dealer. Lottery, bingo, wheel of fortune, board games and others are also available. In some countries gambling is more developed, in others less, and various conditions are offered for new visitors.

For this reason, players choose establishments from different countries to play, counting on convenience, protection, low commissions, and decent bonuses. In this article we compare gambling in the UK and in New Zealand, provide rules and restrictions, referring to current laws. We try to figure out where it is better to register today, at casino nz or at one of the UK clubs. At the end of the report we summarize the results and express our opinion on this issue.

 

Gambling in NZ

In New Zealand, gambling is controlled by the state, and the basic law is the “Gambling Act 2003“. The document describes the conditions for holding horse races, lotteries, gives rules for land-based and virtual casinos, gives rules for organizing slot halls, coordinates poker tournaments and other.

This document states that if you are an organization registered in New Zealand, you can apply for one of the four available licenses. It is necessary to submit an application, which is considered by a specialized commission NZGC. If your application does not contain provisions that contradict the current law, it will be approved within the agreed period.

Paragraph 16 of GA states that foreign companies do not have the right to advertise their products in NZ, but this opportunity is open to the domestic market. For example, if you have opened a slot machine room in Wellington, then you can install your advertising in the city according to the terms of the current act. The same applies to your slots on the Internet.

Most of the country’s gambling industry is owned by state-owned companies. Therefore, almost all profits are returned to the treasury. There are only 6 casinos in NZ, the first of which was created in the mid-90s. Despite the small number of establishments, the demand for gambling is increasing every year. New online casinos are opening.

It’s interesting. А new slot rule has been introduced in NZ. Now it is necessary to have a screen with information for the player, where it is indicated how much time has passed, how much money has been spent, what is the effectiveness of the game and other parameters. According to the government, this measure is necessary to reduce the risk of developing gambling addiction, because the player can always view his statistics.

Gambling in the UK

The UK is considered to be the largest gambling hub, as many European online casinos are trying to obtain an English license. Gambling in this country is regulated by a law that was passed in 2005 and is called the “Gambling Law”. The UKGC Commission deals with regulation, licensing and legality issues. You can get to know the corporate strategy of the organization for the next 3 years at gamblingcommission.gov.uk.

There are three types of licenses in the UK: OL (for running a gaming business), PML (if you want to provide additional services in the gaming field), PFL (for casino employees, for dealers). Quite often it is necessary to issue all three licenses for the full functioning of the institution, because even in an online casino there are croupiers who are under the cameras.

If you want to target ads to UK citizens by promoting your casino online, you need a special license from UKGC. If you focus only on residents of other European countries, then you can do without such a license. You pay a percentage of your income to the treasury of the kingdom, focusing on a progressive scale.

Conclusion

We looked at gambling in the UK and in New Zealand and identified the main similarities and differences. The UK continues to be the leader of European gambling and attracts more and more new organizations. However, New Zealand is not a large, but a very promising gambling destination, as it offers low tax rates. When opening an online casino, you should weigh the pros and cons and choose which country it will be more profitable for you to do business in.

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