Security Information

Security & Encryption

After logging in all information sent to and from the Unibet site is encrypted using 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.

Your credit card details are encrypted and sent only once over the Internet to Unibet. It is then stored encrypted in Unibet's secure systems. Unibet is dedicated to protecting our customers confidential information and, as part of doing so, Unibet is certified towards the Payment Card Industries Data Security Standard.

The security of Unibet’s systems and applications are tested several times per year by third-party security experts. Furthermore Unibet has an Intrusion Detection System that monitors all network traffic 24/7 for signs of attacks or intrusions.

Unibet has a dedicated fraud department and advanced systems in place to detect and prevent suspicious activity, to ensure that Unibet’s website remains a secure playing-field. Any account involved in suspicious activity will be suspended and investigated to the fullest extent. Should you as user have any doubts about the activity on your account, such as unrecognized transactions in the transaction history or surprising changes in the balance, please contact us immediately.

Casino & Games

To ensure honesty, our Games work with a Random Number Generator (RNG) which, as the name suggests, randomly generates numbers. This guarantees that there is no manipulation whatsoever, not by the company and not by the customer. We do this out of respect to our customers and to comply with strong international standards.

This RNG is independently tested and approved by Technical Systems Testing, which is a certified company registered in Canada.


Our first priority is to provide an honest poker room and we believe strongly in a policy of fair play . Cards are shuffled and dealt without any human involvement by an independently-audited ‘Random Number Generator’ (RNG). Our providers’ systems are monitored frequently by independent player protection and standards organisations that provide an international framework for best operational practice requirements.

Detecting collusion

Many problems experienced by land-based casinos and card rooms are not feasible online. It is impossible to mark the cards, peek at the hole cards, stack the deck or put a cold deck on the table.

However, sometimes people do try to beat the system through cheating. Collusion, which is to share information and to play hands in order to help each other win, is not new to the world of poker and has been known to occur online. Of course, no form of cheating or fraudulent activity is tolerated by Unibet, and play is monitored by a range of manual and automated tools so that our players can be confident they are playing in a safe, fair environment.