Unibet is an online bookmaker established in 1997 and licensed in Malta targeting the market in Germany and Europe. You can place your bets online at https://www.unibet.com using a desktop or a mobile device. On Unibet, you can also bet on Bingo, Slots and Casino as well as several other products.
Betting at Unibet
They accept British Pounds, Euros, Norwegian Kroner, Brazilian Reals and Polish Zlotys as well as lots of other currencies. You can choose to bet using UK (Fractional), US (Moneyline) and EU (Decimal) odds. With regards to sports there are 30 on offer so lots to choose from. They include Swimming, Winter Sports and Handball. Apart from sporting events you can also bet on Politics, Reality TV Shows and Entertainment as well as loads of other things. Unfortunately, you can’t use the site if you live in Hong Kong, Ethiopia, Kuwait, Jordan, Yemen, Pakistan, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Afghanistan, Iran and USA where you will find yourself restricted. That’s correct, US players are unfortunately not allowed to play at this site.
Withdrawals and Payments
Unibet has 7 ways in which you can deposit, which is quite a few. They include Neteller, Credit Cards and Skrill (Moneybookers) as well as a few other methods. In order to withdraw you can use 7 different methods, including Bank Transfer and Debit Cards.
Bonuses and Promotions
Unibet provides support via the three principal channels of email, phone and livechat.
Web Ranking and Bookie Trust
At BML we have given them a safety rating of Likely Safe which means your funds are probably safe. We base this rating on our personal experience and knowledge, and you can read more about safety ratings here.
Of course we also take into account externally verifiable ranking factors. We can grab a decent amount of information about this sportsbook from publicly available information on the internet.
The load time for this site is 1.02 seconds, which is a good loading time, and a good sign. That’s worked out over a high speed connection – your load time will most probably be higher.
Now we should look at the domain expiry date. Obviously, when you’re putting your trust in a bookie, a domain that’s set to expire quite soon isn’t a great sign. In the case of Unibet it expires on 10th Dec 2023, which is in 2096 days time. That seems a long way off and is reassuring.
So what’s the Alexa rank? Well, it’s produced by Alexa whose parent company is Amazon and gives you an idea of a website’s global popularity. The lower the rank, the more traffic the site gets. So how does Unibet do? Its Alexa rank is 6,015 which is pretty low – Unibet is a highly visited site and that’s a good sign.
In judging a bookie’s trustworthiness, it’s also a good idea to look at the authority of a domain. There are various services that provide insight into the authority of a domain, and we use several of them to put together a custom score, out of 100. Unibet scores 67 which is is an extremely high authority score indeed – this has to be one of the most authoritative bookies on this site.
We have looked at all these stats and put them into a custom algorithm – along with others not mentioned here – we can give Unibet an overall web trust rank of 66.18/100. That may sounds like a so-so rating – but that’s very high for a web rank and means this is one of the most trusted domains on BML.
We have given Unibet a player experience rating of Below Average. This indicates that this bookmaker provides a poor experience.
The Bottom Line
We’ve gathered loads of stats on Unibet and we put those together to produce an overall rating. We call this the BML Rank and it produces a very accurate assessment of the quality of a boomaker. It takes into account everything from their web popularity, to the number of sports they have, to their player experience rating. Unibet’s BML Rank is 74.77 which is an excellent rating. This is a top bookmaker.