The internet has become man’s second best friend and this has become even more evident in times of lockdowns, curfews, and restrictions. People have turned to the internet to purchase their books, buy their supermarket products, order food, and watch films. One of the industries that has been heavily impacted by both land based lockdowns on the one hand, and virtual openings on the other hand, is the global casino ong the first venues to be shot down due to corona, giving regular players even more incentives to join online casinos instead of their counterparts. But there’s more, corona has been partially responsible for the shift to online alternatives, but the rise began a long time before corona hit in.
While there are no local online casinos, playing at offshore internet casinos is allowed which explains why more and more New Zealanders have found their way to online casinos. With online casino websites virtually opening their doors to players based in New Zealand, there is an increasing number of options available to players from down under. Today we’ll dive into one of the most interesting markets in recent years for online casinos.
Filling up the gaps
When we talk about the best places in the world for online gambling, we don’t immediately think of New Zealand as other countries like the United States, the United Kingdom and even Australia would cross our mind first. Although understandable, you might just want to reconsider this and put New Zealand on your list as well. With only six land based casinos operating in the country, there are still plenty of gaps to fill in one of the world’s most isolated nations. The New Zealand online gambling sites have been capitalising on this in a fast pace and are trying to make up for the geographic shortcomings by offering casino games to anyone who is of legal gambling age. Continua a leggere