Unibet Poker Review
As a member of the European Betting Association, Unibet are perhaps one of the largest privately owned bookmakers in Europe and essentially the Scandinavian markets.
Founded in 1997, this Swedish owned company is licensed and regulated by the laws governing the United Kingdom and Malta.
Software and Special Features
A trip to the Unibet website will give people a glimpse of what they can expect from the look of the poker software – well-designed and somewhat flashy. Besides a good design, people will also appreciate how the Microgaming software is easily navigated through as well.
The table options are pretty plentiful since players can take notes, access hand history, check out statistics, and even play the game straight from their Internet browser.
Although the Unibet sportsbook and casino don’t quite bring the cash game traffic one would hope for, they do bring plenty of weak competition into the mix. Many regard Unibet Poker to have the softest competition on the entire Microgaming Network; this makes it a very attractive place to play.
The Poker Club program has been a player favorite ever since it started at Unibet. In this promotion, players are awarded VIP Points which they can then use to buy into freerolls or purchase stuff at the Poker Club Store. The higher a person’s VIP status, the more they will get from the Poker Club program.
Despite the success of the Poker Club, the other promotions are a bit lacking since Unibet rounds out the promos with run-of-the-mill offerings such as the Bad Beat Jackpot and freerolls.
Deposit 0ptions: VISA (Delta, Electron, Gift and Prepaid), MasterCard (Gift and Prepaid), NETeller, Bank Transfer and MoneyBookers. Withdrawal Options: NETeller, MoneyBookers and checks.