New Zealander Charitable Gaming
The Gambling Act 2003 only allows gaming machines in pubs and clubs as a form of fundraising. These machines are operated by gaming societies which use the proceeds to benefit their approved non-commercial community organizations. The venues in which the machines are located receive compensation for the expenses related to the operations of the machines. The Gambling Amendment No. 2, which passed in 2015, clarified the 2003 law by defining any gaming machine in a pub or club as Class 4 gaming. Class 4 gaming contributes funds to support nonprofit organizations.
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