This older online casino has racked up nearly 5 million registered users and offers a comprehensive selection of games, particularly slots. Multiple software providers supply some of the most popular games across the board, from casual medium-sized jackpots to the mega millions of progressives like The Dark Knight and Mega Fortune. One downside to Unibet is its complex layout, which is not as easy to navigate as some other casinos. The casino is split into 3 tabs- black, red and live. Funds can’t be used in all, so if you want to switch to a different casino you have to cash in for chips first. Although confusing in the beginning, it does become simple very quickly. All games are available on browser. No downloads are available but you can play on your mobile device as well. While UniBet doesn’t offer bonuses beyond the 100% first deposit, it does run frequent promotions for loyal customers, which include tournaments played against other users. Payment options are quite extensive and processing times are relatively quick.