Originally known as Xbingo, Bgo Casino developed from an in-house bingo platform to become one of the most well known online slots sites. To be fair the in-house platform wasn’t a great success and the site moved to the more popular Playtech software. It’s probably most well known as they hired the services Verne Troyer to act as The Boss of Bgo Casino! In addition past advertising has featured Dan Bilzerian and Paris Hilton. Whilst Bgo.com still continues today it’s with a lot less fanfare and celebrity involvement. It offers plenty of exciting games though including live casino, virtual sports and slot tournaments.
Bgo Casino Welcome Offer
In October 2017 Bgo.com switched to being a no wagering casino brand along the likes of PlayOJO. However this was a shortlived affair! Today new players joining the site are offered a chance to win up to 500 spins with a spin of the Mega Wheel. Register, login and make a deposit to spin the bonus wheel. All the Free Spins you win on the Mega Wheel can be used to play the classic Twin Spin slot. Note that there is a hefty x65 wagering requirement on the Welcome Bonus (winnings from the Free Spins) which must be completed on the Promotion Games.
If you love slots then there are 100s of them to try at Bgo Casino including their own branded Megaways title. Titles are well categorised so it’s easy to find games themed by Egyptian, Irish, Big Brands, Animals and Sports. Additionally you can also see what’s popular, new and featured. Amongst the games you will find the likes of Gonzo’s Quest Megaways, Age Of The Gods, Curse Of Anubis, Fluffy Favourites, The Goonies, Reel King Megaways, Book Of Kings, Cleopatra Gold, Rainbow Riches, Starburst and the recently launched Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen. These are joined by progressive slots and daily jackpots.
Away from the slots you can also enjoy Blackjack, Roulette, Bacarrat, Table Poker, Video Poker and Live Casino. There are plenty of options to choose from live game shows such as Age Of The Gods Live, Adventures Beyond Wonderland and Deal or No Deal Live. Bgo.com also give players access to Virtual Sports betting and Bingo. The latter is the origin of the brand has lost it’s prioirity in recent times. Promotions have been dropped as has a specific bingo welcome bonus. We wouldn’t be surprised to see a change in the bingo channel set-up in the future.
Bgo Casino Promotions
Promotions have usually always been good at Bgo Casino. Over the years they’ve offered trips to Las Vegas, gadgets and cash as incentives to get involved with tournaments and prize draws. These days it’s all a little bit more limited which is disappointing. In fact the main feature at the site are Slot Tournaments. These are described as “high-adrenaline slot contests, where you can take on rival bgo players to win the likes of Free Spins and big cash prizes”. There are daily and weekly tournaments to choose from and you can win up to £500 cash. The Bgo.com Facebook page however doesn’t seem to be active.
Bgo Casino offer a number of responsible gaming tools. As you’d expect these include Deposit Limits, Reality Checks and Time Outs. In addition there’s also Self Exclusion. If you opt for the latter then this also applies to all websites and brands operated by BGO Entertainment Ltd such as Power Spins and Chilli Casino. If you need support at anytime with respect to your Bgo.com account then there’s a live chat facility and email options. There’s also an extensive FAQ to help you solve any problems.
The Spin On Bgo Casino
It’s fair to say that Bgo.com has grown considerably since it launched a couple of years ago. The high profile endorsements and sponsorship of things like Sky Sports News Late Night all help raise the brand’s profile. They’ve not had an easy ride though with fines imposed by UKGC and falling foul of advertising standards with their “Can’t Beat Me” campaign. The no wagering policy adopted by the site didn’t work out well either and we’re not big fans of the current welcome offer with it’s x65 wagering terms. In many respects it feels like a slightly better version of a Jumpman brand with only the tournaments giving it a decent enough reason to visit.