Our Review of BGO
BGO have recently rebranded their online casino to commit entirely to the utmost level of fair play they can offer. Their mascot, Verne Troyer, promises on the landing page that, as ‘The Boss’ of BGO, he can personally guarantee that BGO will no longer implement unfair terms and conditions that sway the chance of their players winning. Thus unlike many other casinos, BGO are determined to be as transparent as they possibly can. They no longer rule on a maximum bet or a maximum win, nor do they demand wagering requirements on winnings. Instead they now offer fair spins as a bonus, and loyalty schemes that genuinely reward their players. And on top of all of this, their slot catalogue is enormous – unlike Verne Troyer.
Established in 2012, BGO has a good combination of experience and freshness to deliver a solid, well balanced product.
Style & feel of site
BGO’s site design is perhaps one of the most concise we have come across. The landing page consists of a sole vertical strip of content flanked by the company’s blue colour scheme, which, as it recedes into the corners of the page, gradually darkens. This simplicity is central to their design. The information appears clearly. The site’s most important features are well presented. And, due to the coherence of the design, navigating the site is effortless. However, when sites such as BGO, who offer a vast range and diversity of features attempt to slim-line their website, they end up sacrificing a lot of vital information, for it will always be a struggle to cover every aspect of a website that has such a rich variety of content in so limited a space. So whilst navigation (for what they allow you to discover about their site) is made to be easy, the landing page appears to be a mere façade that teases you with content you can’t navigate to, nor learn more about. This isn’t fantastic, for slot players would much rather be able to preview the retinue of games a site offers before they sign up so as not to waste time. Yet it is a façade that entertains even if it does not sufficiently inform. Verne Troyer elevates the basic design with a dash of humor that few other online casino sites can match, and because of his presence, you can’t help when you land on the page to feel very naturally and almost instantly endeared to the brand.
BGO have an innovative and remarkably well-considered feature named 'The Vault'. This is a feature created to reward their players for playing on the site. Whenever you play at BGO you will fill a 'Boost Bar', which, once filled, will boost you up another level, allowing you eventually to unlock fantastic Fair Spin rewards. One of these levels is especially intriguing. The 'Mystery Boost' level is yet to reveal its reward, which is a very tantalising prospect for us here at JustSlots.
BGO’s new VIP scheme is named ‘BVIP’. This redesigned VIP scheme has taken on a whole new ethos. As BGO have (rightfully) re-centered their brand on the message of fair play for all of its players, so their VIP scheme has been designed to reflect this. Now with every £10 you bet at BGO, ‘The Boss’ will reward you with a Diamond. You can use these Diamonds to redeem rewards in the BVIP Loyalty Store, with prizes such as Fair Spins and Cashback on offer – with Tournaments and Golden Chips coming to the store soon.
Mobile & Tablet Review of BGO
- Still a mix of slots and table games.
- Crisp graphics allow for easy reading on mobile.
- Fast loading.
- Customer support is not 24/7.
BGO has over 75 mobile slots to enjoy on the go. The navigation is really easy to use, with the same layout as the desktop site, yet even easier to use on the phone. If you are feeling a bit isolated from all the slot playing, they have traditionalist table games as well, so you still have a bit of a mix. The crisp graphics allow the site to be easily visible on mobile too. The only complaint we do have with regards to playing BGO on the go is they do not have a pay by phone option, which is always a downfall but you still have the selection of E-Wallet solutions to use.
Games & Software available at BGO
A great thing about playing at BGO is their sleek casino lobby. This gives you access to the different sections of the casino with clear headers so you can easily find what you are looking for. They have a ‘popular’ title at the top so you can see which slots other players love and you will see all the traditional NetEnt slots there. Though slots are not the only great thing at BGO, they also have 3 Wheel Roulette, Single Blackjack, Baccarat, Caribbean Poker, Texas Hold'em Bonus, Wan Doy Pairs Poker, and Roulette Master. Video poker players have access to 12 different variants, including Jacks or Better, Deuces Wild Power Poker and Phantom Belle Bonus. Other games include Whack-a-Jackpot, Hi-Lo Techno, and Granny Prix. The Live section of the casino is 24 hours too, so you can enjoy a 24/7 constant stream of the spiciest games.
Recommended Games to Play at BGO
Deposits & Withdrawals at BGO
It is pretty easy to deposit and withdraw when it comes to BGO. You can deposit and withdraw using all of the usual methods of an online casino. This includes: MasterCard, Maestro Neteller, PayPal, PaysafeCard, Visa and Skrill.
Help is easy to find on BGO, they have a quick link help tab that pops out on the side of the page. Their opening times are 7 days a week, Mon-Sun 8:30am-Midnight. There are a number of ways to contact them. You can use either the telephone, live chat, email, written letter, or social media, on either Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Google+.