Find the Best New Poker Sites

New poker sites are popping up in New Zealand and for good reason. Our country is one of the very best when it comes to having a friendly atmosphere for poker sites to operate in and players not being taxed on their winnings.

Since some international players are relocating here, poker rooms on the net are seeing our country as a place ripe for new business. If you are looking to play at new poker sites, 2017 has been a great year to do that because plenty of new rooms have been licensed to operate and are offering big incentives for you to join as a result.

At a glance:

  • Poker rooms just entering the country tend to offer bigger bonuses and deals for players
  • Some new rooms are safe, others are not, take a look at our research before signing up
  • If you are looking for new sites, 2017 has been a great year to join some new rooms.

FIND THE LATEST POKER SITES

For all new poker sites online, 2017 is the year of opportunity because Kiwis can legally log in and play the games they love like Texas Hold'em and Omaha. All online poker sites, especially new ones just starting up, offer a wide range of bonuses to players. New internet sites tend to offer a bit more because they recognise they are competing against established competition. This creates a wonderful environment for grinders based in New Zealand, because these internet poker rooms will continue to fight over players in order to corner the market.

ALL NEW POKER SITES ARE DIFFERENT

Remember that not all welcome bonuses are created equal and that you will need to check out the fine print at all new Internet sites you potentially join. Some cash bonuses are unlocked easily even at micro-stakes and small stakes games. Other real money deals require a lot of work to unlock and are more trouble than they are worth. NZ players are also encouraged to look at bonuses offered by poker rooms that go beyond just the welcome bonus. Look at the freerolls offered, satellites, rewards programs and other incentives given.

NEW ZEALAND LEADS THE WAY IN ONLINE POKER

One thing that makes New Zealand great for poker players is that all legal sites have to be licensed in order to operate here. This doesn't mean that all new sites that pop up for Kiwis are actually licensed, so players are highly encouraged to stay away from random Internet searches to find new sites. Playing at an unlicensed room means that your funds are not guaranteed, that the games are not audited and that the government has not sanctioned them for operation. Basically, it's a horrible idea to play at a random site!

A NEW SITE MEANS NEW PLAYERS

When it comes to traffic for new online poker sites, 2017 might be the year they build up traffic and they won't have the same number of players as some of the more established sites. This may not be a bad thing, because new websites do tend to do a lot of marketing and attract new, fishier players to tables. What will be important to look at is your specific game and stakes to make sure there's an adequate amount of card game tables to play on during peak and off hours.

Remember that online sites, new and old, are constantly growing thanks to the game's popularity and foreign players relocating here. Just because a site might have a lower traffic amount than another site, it doesn't necessarily mean it's inferior.

WE FIND THE BEST NEW POKER SITES

If you are looking for some new poker sites, our team of New Zealand poker players has already done the hard work for you. Instead of having to troll the Internet and search random web pages, just head over to our recommended list of sites via our links, as we've already gone through and audited all the new licensed sites available to Kiwi players.

We test and compile rankings on all new sites in order to separate the good from the rubbish. There are new sites cropping up all the time, so to compare them all is vitally important.

Sign up for a great new poker room today and get the latest deals on the web. Rest assured, within minutes you'll be playing at a safe, legal, top real money site for players in New Zealand.