Unibet was founded in 1997 by Anders Strom. They were renamed the Kindred Group in December 2016 and shortly after bought out 32Red, having also previously acquired the online arm of the Stan James operation, solidifying their presence in the United Kingdom. They are registered in Malta, though come from a Nordic background and remain popular and prevalent in Scandinavia.
Deposit & Withdrawals
Unibet’s deposit and withdrawal system follows the standard procedure. Debit and Credit cards will suffice as per usual, alongside money transfer services such as Skrill and Neteller, though you must use one of the other methods prior to either of those two. Unibet rarely has problems with both depositing and withdrawing, though the usual timeframe of two to five days is to be taken into account when expecting money to get to your bank account.
Another strong point of Unibet’s online betting outlet is their customer service. Nicely located at the top right side of the website’s header is the help menu, opening up a new tab featuring their FAQ. The ‘Contact Us’ tab is located within that, showing that they deal with telephone, live chat, email and even a helpful link to the Unibet Community forum. All of which are 24/7 in the UK, which is better than some of their competitors who only run until 9pm.
Customers in the United Kingdom: Unibet is licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission (licence number 000-045322-R-324275-001)