Mobile phone betting is one of the easiest ways to gamble in New Zealand. However, in Macau, gamblers are no longer permitted to have their phones on at gaming tables. This comes after a betting syndicate was caught by officials, allowing mainland bettors to place wagers at gaming tables. Over 17 individuals have been arrested and accused relating to the betting ring.
Mobile Phone Ban
Authorities in Macau have asked casino operators to start making inspections on land-based casino floors to ensure gamblers do not use their phones. Junket operators in Macau have also been encouraged to ensure that their clients also respect the ban. Any suspicious players will be reported to authorities as part of the new drive against corruption and money laundering.
Mobile Phone Betting
Betting on mobile phones is one of the newest ways to get in on gambling action from home. More so, it allows players to bet in real time, where such betting is allowed. However, Chinese gamblers may not bet online, and may only gamble in the colony of Macau. The crack down on ‘gambling crimes’ in Macau began in 2016 after police raided casinos in Macau. In 2017, junket operators have had to submit to audits by officials before August.
Mobile Phone Gambling
Betting online is one of the easiest ways to earn extra cash in New Zealand. From mobile casinos, to messenger bets with bookmakers like Paddy Power, Kiwis can enjoy any form of gambling on the go. Many online casinos have mobile-optimised games, so that players can enjoy their favourite casino games anywhere. Online sports betting options also allow NZ players to bet on sporting and racing anywhere in the country.
NZ players can legally to play at overseas licensed online and mobile phone casinos. However, this will not be the case much longer for Australia. For more casino news, check out New Zealand Casinos, your top online casino guide in New Zealand.