After having first offered simply odds and betting, Unibet also gambled on online bingo, in 2006. Unibet’s bingo hall is both pleasant and suited to the players. The software, which was primarily taken from Parlay Entertainment, offers games in Swedish, obviously appreciated by online Swedish bingo players, and has two kinds of bingo games, in the form of Swedish Bingo and Unibet Bingo.
This latter differs from traditional bingo in that you need to fill out different patterns to get a Bingo, whilst Swedish Bingo is the traditional version where you need to fill in five numbers in a row.
Unibet Bingo has a Maltese license (within the EU) which means that any eventual winnings are tax-free. Unibet is also registered on the Stockholm stock exchange, but the headquarters are in London. There is no need to install a client on your computer to play bingo at Unibet; instead you play directly in your web browser. The bingo hall is nice to look at and offers other kinds of games apart from bingo. Examples of which include: Video-poker, Roulette and Black Jack. In addition to these are a whole bunch of mini-games to pass the time. You are also able to talk with your co-players via chat.
What is good?
Small touches, like seeing previously drawn numbers and being able to easily zoom in on cards also contribute to improve the overall impression, which in Unibet’s case is already quite high.
What could be better?
There really isn’t that much negative to say about Unibet Bingo. In terms of pure layout, some players could prefer to have certain parts in the bingo hall slightly clearer, principally as regards side games. In addition, the bingo hall could be a bit too green for some, also leading to some functions being harder to find quickly.