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Resource material › Our Research and Reports › Where Do Gaming Machine Profits Go?

These reports present information on the allocation, to authorised purposes, of non-casino gaming machine profits.

The distribution of non-casino gaming machine profits in New Zealand (2011)

Gaming machines in New Zealand are operated by non-club gaming societies who operate gaming machines in commercial venues, and clubs that typically operate gaming machines in their own premises.

This report presents information on the allocation of non-casino gaming machine profits to community organisations in New Zealand in 2011. It is based mainly on data published by the non-club gaming societies. Previously the Department produced reports on the distribution of non-casino gaming machine profits from surveys conducted in 1996, 1999-2000 and 2005.

Where do gaming machine profits go? (2005)

The following report provides results from a 2005 survey of the allocation for authorised purposes of non-casino gaming machine profits. Information was obtained from 76 per cent of gaming machine societies that were operating at the relevant time.

Where do gaming machine profits go? (1999-2000)

Where do gaming machine profits go? (1996)

Desktop review of information available on non-club gaming society websites (2011)

Easily accessible information is an important element in supporting transparency and integrity in grant-making
processes.

This desktop review was conducted by the Department to identify the availability of information and highlight areas for improvement.

Two of the 49 non-club societies have distinct purposes and are not required to a have website. They are not included in this review.
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