Bgo Casino Review
Bgo.com originated from the original Xbingo brand back in 2013. Since then it's grown into one of the most recognisable casino brands online thanks to their use of celebrity endorsements. Whilst Paris Hilton and Dan Bilzerian have both featured on site and in TV commercials, it's the late Verne Troyer in his role as The Boss of Bgo.com which really elevated this brand.
Bgo.com comprises three main channels - Slots, Live Casino and Bingo. New players to Bgo.com are welcomed with 10 no deposit spins and a first deposit bonus. Register, login and verify your mobile number to get the no deposit spins. These come with no wagering conditions. The bonus offered is 100% up to £200 (min deposit £10). This bonus does have a wagering term of x40.
Deposit & Withdrawal Charges
This new welcome offer arrived in late 2018 and is a deviation on Bgo.com's "no wagering" direction that it took in 2017. As far as we're aware Bgo are the first casino to move back towards bonus terms. This perhaps is a good indicator that "no wagering" brands aren't making too many waves?
One thing worth noting is that Bgo.com do charge on deposits and withdrawals. With deposits there's a 2.5% charge (minimum 50p). This means if you deposit £100 you'll actually be charged £102.50! Similarly you'll be charged £2.50 for a withdrawal. So if you withdraw £100 you'll actually receive £97.50.
Slots & Jackpots
Games wise you're spoilt for choice at Bgo.com. Among the slots you can play are Starburst, Motorhead, Mega Fortune, Gonzo's Quest, Drive, Jimi Hendrix, Blood Suckers, Guns N Roses, Rainbow Riches, Cleopatra, Lucky Tree, Wheel Of Fortune, White King, Jackpot Giant, Batman and Gladiator.
In total there are over 640 slots although we'd like to see them organised a little bit better. The Live Casino features roulette, blackjack, baccarat and hold'em. In addition there's a whole host of progressive jackpots. These include the popular Jackpot Giant, Gladiator, Mega Fortune, Mega Jackpots Cleopatra and Superman.
If you're thinking that Bgo.com is a bit gimmicky and that no one "Beats The Boss" then you'd be wrong. The site boasts a £6.2million jackpot winner on the Mega Fortune progressive. Mind you, The Boss also got beaten by Advertising Standards for the "You Can't Beat This" advert which aired in 2016.
Promotions are where Bgo.com really excel. They have given away some amazing prizes in recent times including trips to Las Vegas and The Maldives. Some of these involve slot tournaments - and in addition there are regular cash prize tournaments. These include The Big One which is accessible for all depositing players.
Overall it's hard to fault Bgo.com! They have a decent welcome package, a loyalty program, great promotions and a great selection of slots. You can play on mobile, tablet or desktop! In fact it's pretty hard to beat what's on offer.