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Unibet bookmaker review April 2024



  • Mobile app

  • Live streaming of some matches

  • Several sports available

  • Decent odds

Payment Methods:

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  • Bonuses & Promotions


  • Odds


  • Mobile


  • Usability


  • Types of Bets


  • Credibility


  • Payment Methods


  • Support


Unibet Bonuses & Promotions

5 / 10

If you’re a Bonuses and promos enthusiast, then you may get a little disappointed with Unibet. I mean, there are some good opportunities out there, such as their referral program, which allows you to make up to 120 Euros by inviting friends to the platform.

However, they don’t offer the most basic sportsbook’s bonus, which is the sign up one. Besides the referral program, they also have cash out bonuses and a major bonus focused on American sports, which could be interesting, but it is quite complicated to claim.

We’re going to provide more details on each sportsbook’s bonus available at Unibet in a different article that should be up in a short time.

Unibet Odds

5 / 10

The odds offered by Unibet sports betting are something else when it comes to basketball and tennis, with margins below 5%.

If you are looking for good odds on tennis or basketball, Unibet Philippines is the best place for you.

In football, odds are not that different from the market average, with some competitions having better odds than others. If you bet on Spain’s La Liga, odds tend to get interesting. On the other hand, if you want to bet on the local Philippines football league, odds will be kinda low compared to other bookies, so it’s all about getting the best opportunities.

Betting margin

  • Baseball



  • Basketball



  • Boxing



  • Cricket



  • Cybersport



  • Football



  • Formula 1

    Formula 1


  • Handball



  • Hockey



  • Horcerace



  • MMA



  • Policy



  • Rugby



  • Tennis



  • Volleyball



Overall betting margin: 6.7%

Unibet Mobile

8 / 10

The mobile version is a strong point from Unibet, since the sportsbook has not only a mobile version but also a mobile application. With that said, laying your wagers through your cell phone becomes much easier and convenient.

However, there’s no Filipino language available on it, so you’ll need to get happy with the English version, which shouldn’t be a problem.

Either way, the overall experience is very good both in the mobile version and in the app, making it possible to bet on the go.

You can play in the iPhone App

iPhone App


You can play in the Android App

Android App


You can play in the Mobile Browser

Mobile Browser


You can play in the Opera Mini

Opera Mini


Unibet Usability

6 / 10

Established in 1997, Unibet Philippines the sportsbook is yet to thrive amongst Filipinos. With some restrictions for local punters and the lack of payment methods with the Philippine peso makes the overall betting experience for a Filipino somewhat uncomfortable.

However, as we’re going to see further up, Unibet is licensed by the Malta government, which is pretty good, as the security standards are one of the highest of the worlds.



No Philippine Peso Payment Methods available

Throughout this piece of content we’re going to feed you with some more details on the bookie and how Filipinos can get the most out of it.

Types of Bets

8 / 10

In contrast to the bonus section, here we find a very positive point from Unibet. The bookmaker offers a wide variety of sports and also some special types of bet.

It is possible to place bets on football, basketball and tennis, which are among the most common sports, but also on e-Sports, darts, winter sports and chess, among many others. On the special ones, it is possible to find politics and non-sports betting, which involve television programs.

Unibet Types of Bets:


7 / 10

Although Unibet’s focus is not yet in the Philippines, the Scandinavian bookmaker has built quite a reputation throughout its 23 years of existence. As stated right at the beginning of the article, they’ve got their MGA license, which is one of the most rigorous in the market, guaranteeing safety for the punters.

However, despite a good overall reputation and a strong license, the bookie has been getting some criticism over the last few months, and it’s possible to see that through a quick search using your search engines.

Unibet reviews from real clients on Trustpilots are somewhat bad, getting an overall 2.3 stars out of 5, so the bookmaker better be working on these negative reviews in order to solve punters’ problems and issues with their betting portal and services offered.

Payment Methods

7 / 10

A major disadvantage of Unibet is the fact that it does not work with the local currency.

Given that Unibet doesn’t work with the Philipinne Peso, we’re going to use USD as our currency here. The bookie has quite good and global spread payment methods, so it shouldn’t be hard for you to find the one which suits you best be it for deposits or withdrawals.


VISA and Mastercard are amongst Unibet’s options for depositing, and the minimum deposit amount is relatively low, starting off with $10. Commissions are free for the Philippine punter, and you can also pick some other methods such as Skrill in case you’re not comfortable with the aforementioned two.


We highly recommend you to pick the same method you picked for deposits, as this will make things much more convenient for you when withdrawing your earnings.

Things work basically the same for withdrawals, with the difference being the time it takes to get the money effectively to your account. Check out more info on the table below:

Deposit funds & Withdraw funds
Amount Time Commission Amount Time Commission


$10–n/a Instant 0% $20–n/a Up to 1–3 days 0%


$15–n/a Instant 0% $30–n/a Up to 24 hours 0%


$10–n/a Instant 0% $20–n/a Up to 1–3 days 0%


$15–n/a Instant 0% $30–n/a Up to 24 hours 0%


6 / 10

Unibet’s support is not that great, and it is quite confusing to get in touch to their live chat. They also do their customer services through email, and you can send them something at

They don’t have anyone who speaks Filipino there either, and that’s another weakness of the bookie.

Their live chat is entirely in English, but it’s 24/7 at least, so you can get your problems solved whenever you want. Besides that, they promptly respond to your messages, which is quite interesting too.

Support contacts




Live chat

Competence 4 / 5 4 / 5 4 / 5
Politeness 5 / 5 4 / 5 4 / 5
Response Time Up to 5 minuts Up to 5 hours Instant


6.5 / 10

Unibet’s rating ends up becoming a little lower than expected due to the fact that it hasn’t been focusing on the local Philippines audience. Even though you can still bet from our home country, it is not the same as other bookies that offer a better overall betting experience for Filipinos.

  • Limitations
  • Unibet doesn’t work with the Philippine Peso

Even so, Unibet is a reliable, safe and licensed home. In addition, it offers good odds, an application for mobile devices, and several types of bet.



Is it Possible to Bet on the Philippine Football League On Unibet?

Yes, it is 100% possible, but odds are not that great compared to other sportsbooks.


Does Unibet offer cash out?

Yes, for the large majority of sports and events, they do. It is possible to cash out both from pre and live betting matches.


How to get Unibet’s Sign Up Offer?

At the moment, Unibet is not offering its punters a sign up offer, which is a pit quite frankly.


Does Unibet have mobile apps?

Yes, they offer apps for both iOS and Android users.


Can I close my Unibet account?

It is possible to do so, but I recommend you to get in touch to their support, as they can clarify things better for you.

General information

Title Unibet
Official site



Payments Credit Card, Mastercard, Skrill, Visa, NETELLER
Types of Bets Boxing, Sabong, League of Legends, CS:GO, DOTA2, Esports, NBA, MMA/UFC, Tennis, Horse Racing, F1, Football, PBA, Basketball, Baseball, Badminton, Biathlon, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, MotoGP, Rugby, Snooker, American football
License MGA
Review Author

Adam Bloszko

Adam Bloszko
Hello everyone! I’m Adam Bloszko, I do journalism work and writing for several websites. I specialise in writing articles on transfer rumours, new technologies being instilled into sports, and dissecting how transfers are most likely to work out in the world of football.

Nick Emms

Nick Emms

Nick Emms - Recently graduating from UCFB Wembley with a BA Honours in Multimedia Sports Journalism, I first began writing for in June 2020.