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New Zealand’s population is approximately 4.5 million people and the total number
of mobile subscriptions exceeds 5.4 million making the mobile market penetration
over 120%. In fact, New Zealand beat Australia to the coveted 100% mark. Smartphone
penetration is now about 60% which means the thirst for data is growing ever-
If you have a 4G phone, you can enjoy mobile sports betting at its best through available
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List Creation Methodology
First, it is good to understand how most sports betting review sites are structured and their motivations to understand how this site is different.
Most review sites will list every sportsbook that they have reviewed. In the end, whether good or bad, the review site is hoping that you recognize the sportsbook brand while inclusion of their brand on the review site is seen as tacit approval.
Review sites that list every sportsbook that they have reviewed truly only care about
visitors clicking through to start betting, not what is in their readers’ best interests.
This also explains why most review sites use bogus rating systems with star-
I’m not interested in this approach and find it to be dishonest. I’m interested in keeping things as simple as possible for my readers. I don’t want you to have to read through 30+ reviews to find the company that matches your needs. I don’t want to confuse you with a bogus rating system. Furthermore, it serves no purpose to review and then rank 30+ sportsbooks. Would you read through this many reviews and then select betting site #26? That’s ridiculous.
This is why my list is essentially black and white, companies are in it the list, or not in and they are in alphabetical order. I only have one important point of distinction for the sites included in my list: Those that offer direct New Zealand Dollar Sports betting accounts are listed at the top. For interested bettors that have no issues with the currency to be used, I also include three other sites that do not offer NZD betting but offer an excellent overall experience.
Here is the criteria for all betting sites to meet for inclusion in the list:
Issues of New Zealand Betting
bet365 covers rugby & cricket comprehensively in terms of the available betting markets. They have the most intuitive interfaces for mobile & desktop and they constantly innovate with the most advanced features for bettors. Lots of banking methods are available for Kiwi bettors. Read the bet365 NewZealand review.
Betway serves over 2 million account holders world-
Unibet is headquartered in Stockholm and traded on the Nasdaq OMX Nordic exchange. Unibet provides some amazing coverage of sports betting, especially with their coverage of niche sports. If you like a breadth of sports, Unibet must be considered heavily. Read the Unibet New Zealand review.
William Hill is one of the oldest names in sports betting, established in 1934 and currently traded on the London Stock Exchange. William Hill covers all sports well, but soccer, cricket, rugby and horse racing are definitely their focus. So if these are your passions, take note. Read the William Hill New Zealand review here.
BetHard looks to offer very competitive odds on the main betting markets for the most popular leagues. BetHard is also very selective about the countries it serves, and New Zealand is one of these, so you know they cater to Kiwi preferences. Read the BetHard New Zealand review.