Unibet is one of the first large online sports betting companies to report post-Euro 2016 results. Its performance suggests that the other European-focused sports betting operators will also be reporting increased revenues as the result of the competition.
Unibet is one of the operators that has successfully implemented a mobile strategy, and its revenues from mobile now account for almost two-thirds of its income.
There is a massive list of sports to choose from (listed on the left hand side of your screen), including American Football, Athletics, Australian Rules, Baseball, Bandy, Basketball, Beach Soccer, Beach Volleyball, Boxing, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, Euroleague, NFL, NHL, Golf, Handball, Hockey, Ice Hockey, Motor Racing, Olympics, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Snooker, Soccer, Tennis, Mixed Martial Arts, Volleyball, Rowing, Badminton, Bowls, Futsal, Netball, Pool, Squash, Swimming, Table Tennis, Winter Sports, Pesapallo, Water polo, and Trotting.
While it’s easy enough to browse the hundreds of events scheduled to take place in the near future, you can also actually bet on those which are already underway. Live betting is extremely popular, and is available under ‘in-play’ betting at Unibet. When you click on this section, you’ll get to see the many different games, races, and matches taking place at that moment; time remaining, odds, and more are all presented in one place.
They offer different betting options, for example, you’re free to put wagers by handicap, by set, by match, and more
Unibet offers a comprehensive mobile betting service, either through the mobile version of their website or through a dedicated app.