Unibet Launch Impressive Global Client Facelift3 weeks ago
In a bold move from Unibet, the independent online site has rolled out its site redesign across all markets and platforms in one fell swoop, and just in time for their month-long €1million GTD tournament series.
Unibet Poker Version 3.0 sees a vast number of improvements covering everything from a redesigned lobby to mobile access to extended MTT break times.
One specific change sees players now able to change table themes on individual tables.
Dara O’Kearney, renowned poker author and Global Ambassador for Unibet, explained:
“It’s really important for players who multi-table to know which format of the game they are playing at a glance. You don’t want to make a loose call in a satellite or a tight fold in a PKO. Being able to change table themes on specific tables means that’s no longer an issue.”
Unibet’s Senior Poker Product Manager, Stubbe Buchwald, joined forces with software developers Relax Gaming to produce Unibet 3.0. Buchwald recently told PokerIndustryPRO:
“We’ve given the poker client a Kardashian-worthy facelift.”
That ‘Kardashian-look’ now offers players a new portrait layout and web-accessible client for mobile play, as well as on the Unibet Poker app.
It’s a very MTT-friendly new version of the longstanding Unibet client, with predicted tournament finishing times a new feature, allowing players to plan ahead with a bit more certainty.
Tournaments can also be marked as favourites and breaks have also been extended from five minutes to six, with a re-sizeable lobby helping to make everything both more visually appealing, and user-friendly.
A few other extras worth checking out:
- hole cards visualised in hand histories
- new table layouts
- coloured bet amounts
- Windows and Mac friendly
- Android and iOS apps
- Instant Play browser-based client
To celebrate the Unibet Poker Version 3.0 client, the site has launched dedicated player missions which will see multiple €500 and €3000 prize raffles held.
Check out all the newest Unibet changes here.
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