BGO Casino Review
BGO has made plenty of waves in the market thanks to its quirky advertising (with “Mini-Me”, Verne Troyer who plays “The Boss” of the casino).
They have lots of choice on the slots front as well, with IGT (try the excellent Nordic Heroes slot machine) and Playtech slots featured, plus some pretty nifty games from Net Ent like the Motörhead Slot. (Net Entertainment).
BGO is licensed in the Channel Islands by the Alderney eGambling Ordinance and regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commision.
BGO Slot Games
You’ll be able to play famous IGT titles like Cleopatra II, Ghostbusters and Siberian Storm here, plus Playtech titles like Great Blue and the Monty Python slot. Or try their range of excellent Net Ent. games, like the Gonzo’s Quest Slot and even some exclusive slots like Jurassic Island.
We enjoy all of the Age of Gods slots as well, like the excellent Goddess of Wisdom slot. Brush up on your Classics and take them for a spin!
BGO is linked in to the IGT Mega Jackpots range, where you can play for big progressive jackpots. Play Cleopatra, Monoploy and Cluedo to play for the big one.
Loyalty and VIPs
BGO runs a busy loyalty program- the classes go from blue, to bronze, to silver, to gold and then on to platinum. They are pretty active in retaining their best players.
Every time you play you’ll earn class points. You get 1 point for every £1 wagered in bingo (bingo tickets) or every £10 wagered on any Slot or Casino games.
Banking and Support
BGO accepts Visa and Mastercard, Maestro, PayPal and UkAsh
For slots fans, BGO is a fresh new face on the block with lots of games from more than one slots provider, so you can play Playtechs´s Gladiator Slot AND Net Ent´s Aliens Slot here. They are making a name for themselves for their new ideas- and are definitely worth a try. The only thing we didn’t like was the set frame size for some of the embedded games. Your other options for IGT games is Virgin Slots, or for Playtech you could check out Casino.com.