Unibet would make a good choice for those who punt only occasionally and could need to withdraw their funds without risk of penalty fees. Accepting low online wagers is another appealing factor for most punters. There is a more than adequate number of markets for domestic and international events.
Some punters might find the website slightly barren, but it is certainly highly functional, if not the prettiest.
Those who place any degree of faith in reputation will find in Unibet a nice combination of a locally licensed bookmaker backed by the resources of a major international company.
There are other limitations specific to different markets and Unibet does claim the right to vary wagering limits.
Unibet does offer live betting, but as is the case with Australian licensed bookmakers, punters need to phone their live bets in and cannot make them online. On a day when the NFL was in action, we discovered 465 live markets, certainly a respectable number, but it paled when scrolling down the page, we saw almost 19,000 live soccer markets. It may be possible to wager on the inflation pressure, in metric or imperial measurements, of the actual soccer balls.