So far three Locker Room articles are planned and I would like for you to submit questions for two of them. First one goes to the Head of Casino!
Ask away, what have you always wanted to know about Casino as a product and as a department? This is a chance to pick a mind of someone who is leading this area for one of the biggest gambling operators in the world - Kindred.
We will try to fit all questions in there, but please keep in mind that it is a fairly short interview and not everything can be answered to satisfaction. Also please try to remember that this article is meant to be a look behind the scenes, so questions that already have available answers while they are welcome, I'd encourage you to ask something that can not be googled.
Back in the day we had a blog series called The Locker Room, which was our way of giving a glimpse into the world at Unibet and the life as an employee combined with some Q&A. It’s been a few years since the last of these blog posts, but I always liked the concept and thought I’d share my own story. As it’s a different concept – I’ll be interviewing myself – I’ll call this one #UnibetLife. It’ll be more personal, but focused around the Unibet aspect, of course – this first blog post will be more personal than the rest, as I feel a bit on an introduction is necessary.
It's time for a summer update and good times seems ahead of us as we're launching a new promotion series exclusive to you guys, as well as expanding our team in order to fit the needs of all members of the community.
The online poker industry has been struggling a bit in recent years, with many of the largest networks experiencing a decline in traffic. At Unibet it's been a whole other story since the launch of our own client and network. The traffic has consistently been increasing since the launch in 2014, and we're proud to say that we're the fastest growing licensed poker network in the industry.
We've reached out to David, who's just been appointed the new Head of Poker, and had a chat with him about his new job, poker at Unibet in general as well as what the future might hold.
Being an online bookmaker requires both the ability to follow the incredibly fast development we’re seeing in the industry by being innovative in terms of implementing new functions and providing the best gaming experience on the market. Our goal is to offer the best gaming experience out there, and as high as this goal may seem, we truly believe we’ve got the dedicated team with the necessary talent to reach it!
Niam is part of that team, he started working for Unibet as a customer service agent back in 2000. Through his passion for the industry he’s worked his way up to be the current Sportsbook Project Manager after working within the sportsbook team for more than a decade. We’ve recently had a chat with him where we talked about his interesting job as well as all the changes we’ve done and will be doing in 2017 on the Unibet Sportsbook.
From this week forward I will be trying to gather stories from the community and put them together in a weekly news letter.
Below you will find the very first community weekly news letter.
I have started off using this format of news letter, as it is something I am familar with but I would appreciate any suggestions of what people would like to see in a news letter and how they would like that information presented.
All constructive feedback welcome Links from articles:-
2016, the year the Unibet Community was born, is coming to a close, and it's time to have a look at what happened as well as award the members who really stood out from the crowd and made the community a great place to be
As a customer at Unibet, there's a chance you've already had - or will in the future - a need to contact our customer support for help in one way or another. A lot goes into handling all the contacts via chat, phone and email, in fact it's the biggest department we have. Located in Malta, customer support has handled more than 1 million contacts from Unibet customers so far this year and still going strong.
To shed light on the life as a customer support agent at Unibet being in contact with customers daily, we got in touch with Lily - one of our many great agents - she handles contacts with customers from a number of different countries. All questions for her were asked by community members, we hope you'll enjoy the read.
The iGaming business is often portrayed as the bad guy trying hard to nick every last penny from their customers. In Unibet's case, this portrayal couldn't be further off the mark; responsible gaming (RG) is a key component of the company's culture, and we've got a dedicated team focusing solely on providing a safe, secure and supportive environment. We're considered an industry leader in the RG area and have won several RG awards. We recently had a chat with our RG colleagues and are happy to share a bit of information about how seriously we take this area.
We’ve heard all of the excuses, but how much does the weather really matter in football?
We investigate how the heat, conditions and extreme environments can affect the result of a football match with the help of Jermain Jenas, Danny Higginbotham, the F2 Freestylers and more of our experts analysts and tipsters.
What do you think of the findings in this first #LuckIsNoCoincidence video?
Czech Republic’s Martin Soukup brought home the first ever Unibet Open victory to his country after defeating a field of 292, capturing the first-place prize of €65,000. Soukup fought out a tough battle against Ukraine’s Vitalii Belyaev who took home €45,000 for finishing second.
Going through the sportsbook section looking for the next great odds on which to place a bet, you’ve probably wondered what it’s like to sit on the other side of the table, you know, being the one who decides the odds to be put on the Unibet site.
The first instalment here in “The Locker Room”, our series of a behind the scenes look at the inner workings of Unibet, is an interview with the compiler Alistair who’s one of our great Unibet Group odds compilers.
Alistair has been working as an odds compiler for more than 2 decades, and in this time he’s seen and worked through massive changes in the betting industry, including the change that’s made it possible for us all to be here - the internet implementation which began back in the late 90s.