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)
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Unibet betting experience
Odds format & betting margin
Unibet offers the common range of betting odds fornats including: Fractional, Decimal and American
Unsurprisingly, with Unibet being one of the more well-known bookmakers and online betting companies, their odds are right at the top of the market. They offer typical price boosts on a daily basis, so keep track of them either on the website or via their social media platforms, mainly that of Twitter. A vast range of sporting choices keep a nice range for the more extravagant better looking to find a new market, whilst their betting limits have been known to cause a bit of controversy in the past, including ‘freezing’ winners accounts whilst they check proceedings, instead of simply paying out winnings.
Types of bets
Unibet offers a whole host of bets including singles, combination bets and system bets. For the advanced there is Asian handicaps. This type of handicap bet only has 2 options – a win or a loss. In the event of a draw (after the handicap is applied) the bet is void and your money is returned.
Unibet cover a very wide range of sports with 35 in total. Their main offers focus on horse racing, greyhound racing and The Premier league football.
Like Bet365 and its counterparts, Unibet are usually one of the go-to websites for in-play betting and live streaming. There is a handy ‘TV Guide’ for the latter, detailing which sports and what games will be broadcast live. You have to have an account to view the streams and either some money deposited in your account, or, if your account is empty, you have to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours. It’s almost like a subscription service, though you can’t go full screen with it so the quality isn’t always the best. Unibet’s in-play betting is also reliable, though nothing different from plenty of other bookies.
All Unibet customers with money in their accounts have access to an all-comprehensive live streaming facility providing you with real-time action of your favourite sport.
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