Unibet Unveils New Online Poker Product

Unibet Poker 2.0 has evolved in collaboration with Relax Gaming

Two years on from leaving the MPN to become a standalone poker offering on its own, Unibet has unveiled its latest poker software iteration, developed and improved in collaboration once again with Relax Gaming.
The company used its tournament in Copenhagen to announce the launch, initially in beta format; ultimately it will be rolled out to the company's claimed 15 million registered players across a hundred countries.
Third party aids are still banned in the new software, which is all about fun and recreational action designed around player demand. Among the improvements are a hand replay function, re-buy tourneys and a more rewarding bonus shop.
Multi-tabling is facilitated through a tiled multi-screen format that includes both poker and casino choices, and this will be augmented with Twitch streaming and even online sports betting selections, giving the player an easy to use range of entertainment covering several verticals.
Mobile facilities are also planned, specifically for iOS users, but that will be after the conclusion of beta testing around October.

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