Kiwis or New Zealanders are not far behind using mobile casino gaming on the move. Just by logging into their casino account, players can play at any of the registered and licensed casinos by New Zealand’s Federal Government.
A report shows that New Zealand has approximately 6.4 million mobile device users, and per 100 people, there are 134 subscriptions. LTE, 5G, and Fiber connections are mostly used in the country. Moreover, more than 88.5% of the country’s population uses the Internet. Almost 34 per 100 people use a broadband connection, which is nearly 1.647 million people.
Kiwi punters use Android and iOS devices to play mobile casino games at most of the NZ registered online casinos. A few New Zealanders use Blackberry and Windows Phone to play mobile casino games. With Flash and Java, the seamless streaming of mobile games becomes easier. 4G Vodafone services are also used to play mobile casino games. You can see Kiwis playing these games on their Apple iPhone or iPad.
To download any mobile-based casino app or to play straight on the browser, the players need to check out their New Zealand Gambling Authority registration under Gambling Act 2003. Kiwis have 90% mobile penetration in the market with Apple iOS devices occupying 24% of the market share, and Android leads with 64% of the market share. Even the tablets’ market share will be more than 78% in a few years. The most used Android device by Kiwis is Samsung.