Unibet Overview16/05/2017 18:21
Unibet is the biggest online gambling sites in the world. Having been around since 1997, they have racked up over twenty years in the gambling business which is a pretty long time for most online gaming sites. Few people know that they are predominantly one of the biggest betting locations in the world. They operate in over 100 countries and have over 14 million registered users.
Their site is translated into over 20 different languages. Unibet has their main offices in Malta. Their parent company is Nordic OMX, which is a Swedish and Finnish financial services company. The company operates several exchanges in the Nordic and Baltic states. Unibet Group plc is publicly traded on the Nasdaq Stockholm.
Unibet hold licenses from the Malta Gaming Authority, the Remote Gambling Commission of the Government of Gibraltar, and the Alderney Gaming Commission. Unibet’s gaming operations span the globe, but they are not available in some countries including residents of the United States, Portugal, and Canada.
Unibet doesn’t appear to have a great loyalty program for their sportsbook bettors. They have one for their casino players but are severely lacking for their sports bettors. However, their odds are excellent. This is particularly the case when it comes to sports betting, where their advantage is subtle than the vast majority of others bookies. Where Unibet excels is in live streaming and betting.
Almost every sport has some in-play betting availability, and about 30% allow for live betting. As such, Unibet should be a top pick for live betting connoisseurs. The lack of deposit bonuses may be a deterrent, but they do have good odds and other bonuses. These odds make up for the very few downsides found with Unibet. They might not be the first name to pop up for online betting, but maybe they should be.
The largest benefit for Unibet comes from its live betting and odds. They are practically unrivalled in this aspect of their sports book betting. However, there have been quite a few complaints on their customer service side. It seems that they also offer 24/7 customer support through live chat.
However, users often have to wait around half hour for a response. Communication lines are not available at all hours and have excessive wait times. Even email responses, which should be the fastest, seem to take more than a day which is subpar
in this technology driven world. Aside from issues with support, there isn’t a whole lot of other negatives. Their maximum payout per day is small at £100,000 per day in the main markets, but that’s perfectly acceptable to the vast majority of punters. Their welcome bonus is a bit small at £25, but they more than makeup for this with their top-tier odds.
All in all, Unibet is good for those that have a good understanding of odds and prefer live betting but for those who like player perks and high customer support may find Unibet lacking.