Pros and cons
Most online casinos have games from around half a dozen or so providers and that’s the case with BGO Casino. While most of the casino’s games come from third-party providers such as IGT, WMS, NextGen Gaming, Playtech and NetEnt, there are a number of games that have been produced by BGO Studios. In fact, all of the casino’s live games are produced in-house. Overall, the line-up of providers is quite good since it includes some top names and there are some unique games thrown into the mix as well.
BGO Casino is certainly not lacking when it comes to games, as the casino has a very sizeable collection of some 650 games waiting to be played. The games come from a range of top providers and there’s lots of variation in game features and themes across the collection, so there’s something for pretty much every player to enjoy. The number of jackpots in particular is very impressive (there are close to 100 of them) and just as impressive is the fact that all of the live games are developed and run by BGO Casino itself. Since the collection is so large and has more than enough to offer players, it should cater to player demands very well.
At BGO Casino you’ll find a grand total of 516 slots and 92 progressive jackpots. The slots collection is quite large indeed compared to what many other online casinos have to offer, plus it’s very varied since the games come from quite a few different providers. Among the casino’s most popular slots are Guns ’n’ Roses, Raging Rhino, Steamtower, Pixies of the Forest, Starburst, Aloha! Cluster Pays and Drive: Multiplier Mayhem.
BGO Casino’s table games collection is made up of around two dozen games altogether. About half of the collection consists of roulette games and the other blackjack games, with a baccarat game and a casino Hold’em game rounding off the collection. Though there’s plenty to keep fans of roulette and blackjack entertained, it would be good to see a few more types of table game added to the casino, such as poker and video poker.
One thing that sets BGO Casino’s collection of live casino games apart from others is the fact that they’re all proprietary. In other words, they’re all developed and run by BGO Casino. There are two Prime games, one for blackjack and one for roulette, along with 10 standard ones, including a few blackjack and roulette games, casino hold’em, hi-lo and two baccarat games.
Those who wish to access BGO Casino while on the go can either access the mobile casino or download the app, which is fully compatible with iOS, Windows and Android devices. Note that not all of the games found on BGO Casino are available on the mobile casino or app – this is because not all of the games have yet been adapted for touchscreen devices. Still, the mobile casino and app both have a wide variety of top games to offer and they have the same offers, promotions and rewards you’ll find on the desktop casino, so they’re very much worth checking out. Both are designed to be sleek, easy to use and well laid out. They have user interfaces that are straightforward to use and there’s minimal clutter, so finding your way around either shouldn’t be hard at all.
New players can claim up to 50 ‘fair spins’ – that is, free spins that don’t have any wagering requirements or upper limits on winnings – for their first deposit. For every £1 you deposit, you’ll receive one fair spin, with a maximum of 50 up for grabs. These fair spins can only be used on the following games: Starburst, Hansel & Gretel, Aloha! Cluster Pays, and The Legend Shangri-la Cluster Pays. There’s also a live casino bonus: for every £10 you deposit you’ll receive a free £1 Golden Chip and can claim a maximum of 5 Golden Chips in this way. Again, there are no wagering requirements of upper limits on winnings with this bonus.
At the time of writing, BGO Casino had a few promotions running in addition to its welcome offers. There was a £10,000 raffle and a promotion called The Boss Card, where only lucky player got dealt a gold card worth £500 during a game of Prime Blackjack. There’s also the ongoing Vault promotion, which encourages you to play to fill up your Boost Bar to reach higher levels and earn better rewards; finally, there’s the BVIP Loyalty Store, where you can exchange Diamonds (one’s earned for every £10 you deposit) for cash and fair spins.
BGO Casino accepts a range of the most commonly used payment methods, such as Visa, Maestro, MasterCard, Skrill, Neteller, PayPal and Boku. Deposits are instant, whereas for withdrawals you have to wait up to 24 hours for the casino to process the withdrawal; after that, you have to wait a further 3-5 working days for debit/credit card withdrawals and bank transfers. With e-wallets, the money should reach you as soon as the process has been cleared by the casino. All withdrawals have a fee of £2.50. All deposits under £500 except those made with Boku have a fee of 2.5% and the minimum fee is £0.50.
You can pay by:
Maestro, Mastercard, Neteller, PayPal, PaysafeCard, Skrill, Visa
You can withdraw by:
Bank Transfer , PayPal , Ukash , Visa , Visa Electron
- E-Wallets - 1 hour
- Credit/Debit cards - 2-5 days
- Bank Transfers 2-3 days
- Email: email@example.com
- Twitter: @bgo_official
- Live chat: Y
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bgo/
- Phone: 0330 094 8055
BGO Casino is a decidedly modern and contemporary online casino that offers a fresh take on the way casinos operate, namely by doing away with industry standards like wagering requirements and limits on bonus winnings. The casino has more than its fair share of games, as well as plenty of regular promotions, plus what are essentially two different loyalty schemes. It’s well presented and designed, with lots of reasons why you should sign up and start playing. Players should be aware that there are deposit and withdrawal fees and that customer support isn’t available round-the-clock. On the whole though, the casino is well worth checking out.Sign me up now!