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Arguably the best streaming service out there with over 40,000 streamed events every year
Potential to win up to 30% more on certain live in-play bets and accumulators
Deposit/withdraw from as low as £10 with the excellent payment method of PayPal
Unibet Review - Summary
Unibet were one of the first brands to venture into the world of online sports betting, and over 20 years later they are still setting the pace. Let’s have a look at exactly why they’re considered by many to be the market leader.
- 24/7 customer support via live chat, telephone and e-mail, plus FAQs
- Bet £20 get £40 worth of free bets welcome offer for new customers
- £10 minimum withdrawal and £10 minimum deposit, £50,000 maximum withdrawal
- More than 60 sports to bet on plus virtual sports and casino
On sign up at Unibet when you bet £20 you will get a £10 pre-match free bet, a £10 in-play free bet, and a £20 bonus to use on Unibet’s casino.
The offer is exclusive to new customers based in the UK. The initial bet applies to all sports but Racing, and the odds must be at least 2/5 (1.40). Once the bet is settled you will receive your free bets.
Your £20 casino bonus will be credited to your account the next working day after your initial deposit, and a wager requirement of 35x applies to the bonus.
Deposits and Withdrawals
The minimum single deposit and withdrawal is £10 for Visa, Mastercard, PayPal, Neteller, Skrill, paysafecard, and bank transfer.
The maximum deposit is £10,000 and the maximum withdrawal is £50,000. Withdrawals with e-wallets will take up to 12 hours. Credit/debit cards withdrawals will take up to 3 days.
Unibet has a load of extra features, but I have to say my favourite feature is their live streaming service. I know a lot of sportsbooks offer streaming these days, but Unibet’s is something else offering live games from France, Germany, Italy, and Spain along with loads more. To be honest, the only sportsbook that competes with them on this front is Bet365.
Then away from streaming, we’ve got accumulator boosts up to 30%, special bet predictor games, sporting event jackpots, plus live bet boosts.
They also have a great betting guide section too where you can read and digest information and tips on sports you’re unfamiliar with betting on. Lovely stuff.
I’m a very big fan of Unibet, I have to say, and on my phone, they’re one of my go-to apps because the experience they offer on mobile is wonderful where nothing is compromised, not even the live streaming which is arguably better on your phone than it is on desktop.
In fact, Unibet does everything right. I know they’re a big brand, and you expect them to offer a great service, but that’s not always the case. There are loads of big brands out there who offer a flimsy experience for their users, but not Unibet. Not at all.
From 24/7 customer support to probably more markets than anyone else out there, Unibet is considered by so many people to be a market leader. And it’s easy to see why.
Author: Tom Mortimer
Tom is the editor at Betting Circle and has been creating online content for over 10 years. Tom mainly writes about sport and gambling, but every now and then also delves into fleshier subjects like politics and psychology. When he was 18 he created HungarianFootball.com and over the last few years he's written on a freelance basis for ESPN, WorldSoccer, Goal.com, among many others.