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iPad App Now Available for Unibet Poker in a Handful of European Countries

iPad App Now Available for Unibet Poker in a Handful of European Countries

Unibet Poker has been doing quite well after deciding to leave the Microgaming Poker Network and fly solo. They are currently listed as number 17 in traffic on Pokerscout and it seems that the traffic just continues to grow on a weekly basis. Part of their success comes from their innovative poker platform and rewards system, which attracts the recreational players.

Unibet Poker has now taken yet another step in the right direction with the release of a iOS application for iPad, allowing players in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands and the UK to play poker directly on their iPad. While the application is not yet ready for iPhone or more markets for that matter, it still shows the direction that Unibet is moving towards for their players and a Unibet representative told that “more markets will follow.”

The application is very similar to the computer client, having the same features in the lobby and on the tables as well as showing the rewards and achievements that players reach. You are also able to change your screenname directly from the iPad, ensuring that the other players are not aware of who you are.

If you are located in any of the countries where the app has been released, simply go to the App Store on your iPad and search for Unibet Poker. You should get the application as one of the first results and installation only takes a few minutes before you are ready to start playing.

If you don't have a Unibet account already, then you can open one here and get a first deposit bonus, achievement rewards, VIP system and much more.

News by Daniel Allermand
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Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.


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