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The news, revealed in Sky City's annual profits announcement to the sharemarket, has been condemned by the Problem Gambling Foundation. "We would not want that to happen at all because online gambling creates an immense amount of risk," said Andree Froude. "We don't want to see any more online gambling opportunities," she said. Already Kiwis could gamble online with TAB, and also play Lotto online, she said. Pokie machines are the biggest threat to problem gamblers, but the Problem Gambling Foundation is concerned at the rise of online betting opportunities. Stephens said Kiwis were already gambling at online casinos run by overseas-based operators. "It's available here in New Zealand. A lot of offshore-based casino operators are making their online offerings available to Kiwis, including our own customers," he said. "It's something we have been looking at for a while, as we need to. We have got a large investment in bricks and mortar. The future of the world, not just our industry, but everywhere is going online.
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