Unibet has arrived in Pennsylvania, partnering with Mohegan Sun Pocono for the brick-and-mortar sportsbook. The well-established company, as well as its parent company, The Kindred Group, have made its mark on the industry, especially internationally, and is headquartered in the country of Malta.
Let’s a take a look and see what this trusted brand offers sports bettors in the Keystone State.
|+ Brand name recognition||X Promotions are fairly average|
|+ Plenty of banking options available|
|+ Easy to navigate interface|
Each method requires a $10 minimum deposit.
What’s nice about the registration process at Unibet PA is that it is all on one page, and broken down into three steps:
No matter what sport you love, Unibet PA is likely to have you covered:
Types of bets available include:
Unibet PA offers both live betting and a cash out option.
Live betting is a huge emphasis at Unibet PA. With this, you can bet on games that are currently in progress. Here, the odds revolve continuously as the game unfolds, so it will be best to wager during commercial breaks where the odds could stay still.
The cash out option allows for you to leave a bet you’ve placed early, for better or worse. Either way, you will get a handful of cash if you leave the bet and you’re up or you can bail and hope to get back a small amount of your initial wager. Either way, this option allows for you to keep your virtual wallet stocked up.
Moving over to the betslip, it appears in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. If you add numerous events, you can create a parlay or also bet on round robins. The bet slip has an “X” to the left of each event where you can easily get rid of options, or, hit “clear betslip” to get rid of everything on the betslip.
As mentioned, Unibet PA is coming soon to Pennsylvania. With that said, we can look at New Jersey and its platforms there and have a feeling as to what to expect. In Jersey, Unibet PA is offered on desktop, mobile web browser and there are apps for Android and iOS.
Starting at the top of the page, there are links to the sportsbook, casino, a page for getting started, promotions, and a “?” box which is essentially a help menu. Below this there is a search bar where you can search for sports, leagues and/or teams.
On the left side of the page there are direct links to the sports as well as the live betting. In the center of the page there are the live bet offerings as well as some coming up, but this part of the screen will populate with a list of the games for whatever sport you choose.
The entire page is very easy to maneuver. The live chat customer support option is in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, too.
Personally, the simplistic nature of Unibet PA is appealing. It’s fairly bare bones and gets to the point: the sports.
For mobile users, everything is essentially the same, minus the sports being in a menu on the left side of the app.
The welcome offer at Unibet PA comes in two parts: free cash and a risk-free bet.
The free cash comes in two parts, receiving four $10 free bets when you sign up for Unibet PA. These will be put in your betslip and you can use these on events right away.
Next, the risk-free bet is up to $500. If you place a bet up to $500 (first bet) and you lose, your account will be credited back within 72 hours.
Equipped with a basic white and green aesthetic, Unibet PA may not be the most graphically pleasing but it gets its job done, and done well. Adding more promotional offerings would be nice, but overall, as it stands right now, Unibet PA is set up to be a success, even in an aggressive Keystone State market.
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