- Slots – 722
- Blackjack – 21
- Roulette – 17
- Table Games – 16
- Video Poker – 7
For us, their partnerships with key software providers are what allows the platform to offer so many fantastic games. As well as the favourites – like Cleopatra and Starburst – we also like that the website hosts games from the lesser-known providers. During our time on the platform, we kept seeing games being added, and this keeps the experience exciting.
Often, blackjack is something that gets left behind by online casinos. With Unibet, this isn’t the case at all. Alongside the slots, you have 21 different blackjack games (coincidental, we’re sure!). As well as Perfect Pairs Blackjack, you can enjoy Classic Blackjack Gold, Double Exposure Blackjack, and 21 Plus 3 Blackjack. With roulette, you have a choice of European, French, and American. If you prefer to play something different altogether, we suggest the Double Ball Roulette.
If you enjoy table games, our favourites on Unibet were Casino Stud Poker, Baccarat, Caribbean Stud, and 3 Card Hold’em. Finally, the video poker section of the website includes Joker Wild Double Up, Jacks or Better Power Poker, Jacks or Better, and All American Double Up. Most of the live games actually come from Evolution Gaming and NetEnt, so you’re in capable hands there.
We mentioned the many great providers accessible on Unibet, but who does this include? Well, the big names are all present such as NetEnt, Microgaming, Mega Moolah, and Dazzle Me. Additionally, there are a host of younger names who are represented well on Unibet. For example, we saw Felt, Thunderkick, Yggdrasil, Elk Studios, and others. In the coming years, we expect these names to grow and eventually become as big as those in the first list.
If you’re in the es, you aren’t going to find much better. As mentioned, the whole suite is provided by Evolution Gaming and NetEnt.
Desktop and Mobile Experience
When first clicking on Unibet, the first thing you’re likely to notice is the abundance of green. In truth, we actually thought the colour was easy on the eyes and it’s nice to see an online casino that isn’t all dark and moody. In terms of the website, the favourites system is a good one; just click on the little heart below the game title and it will be added to your list. Other than that, we didn’t have any issues with navigation, page loading speed, or anything of this nature.
To get started, there are no downloads. Although this will worry some, the Flash and HTML5 games work really well on a browser. We played a number of slots and other games and they worked smoothly the whole time.
What about mobile players? Well, the good news is that there’s a mobile app available on Google Play and in the App Store. For us, there were more than enough mobile games available to make the experience worthwhile. With any online casino, the desktop offering will be wider and more varied. Yet, the fact that Unibet works with all the big providers means that mobile players can enjoy a good selection.
If you want to download the app but still have questions, Unibet have introduced a brilliant feature on the desktop platform. Go to your favourite games and look at the bottom left-hand corner; if it’s available on mobile, you’ll see a small icon. If you don’t see the logo on your favourite games, downloading the app perhaps won’t be worth your time. Otherwise, get the app and play wherever you are in the country.