BGO Review

BGO Casino ScreenshotBGO first opened their doors back in 2012, whilst it feels like the brand has been about for decades, they are still fairly new to the industry compared to some. The company have made some massive strides to get to where they are today and it’s been an impressive watch to see them progress.

They have ticked all the right boxes and it’s fair to say whoever has been running their marketing campaigns (with Mini-Me from Austin Powers) needs a pay rise, as they’ve been brilliant. This review will determine if the casino has any substance behind their undeniable style. The site has been credited with many awards over the years, but we want to see if all the fuss that has surround BGO has been worth it.

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Loyalty Program: Star Points and Levels

At BGO you are going to be able to get access to a good range loyalty program. The good thing is that you start to earn loyalty points as soon as you land at the casino and whilst it’s possible to work your through a number of different tiers, the base level is set out at 1 point per £10 wagered. This is included with slots and scratch cards, but blackjack, roulette and other casino games will be 0-1 pints earned per £10 wagered.

There are 6 levels in total working through with a certain number of loyalty points, outlined below:

  • Level G – Lobby
  • Level 1 – Executive room – 50 Stars
  • Level 2 – Premier room – 150 Stars
  • Level 3 – Junior Suit – 400 Stars
  • Level 4 – Executive Suite – 1,000 Stars
  • Level P – Penthouse (Invite Only) – 5,000 Stars

Casino Games

BGO Casino Games Screenshot

The casino has followed the tried and tested route of providing several software providers for their casino games section. These include Bally Technologies, Barcrest, Endemol Games, Eyecon, IGT / Wagerworks, Microgaming, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, Playtech, Quickspin and WMS. The range on offer is a good mix, but the inclsuoins of Microgaing and NetEnt are the two obvious standout merchants here.

The software can be accessed via your browser and with this you can simply fire up any game from with the casino on either your Mac or your Windows based PC. On top of that, BGO have a dedicate mobile casino app that again can be accessed via your smartphones browser. This does allow a function to add the page to your home screen and works as type of ‘app’ from there.

We were actually quite surprised to see the number of games on site be well under the 200 mark. For a casino that has had some much hype and success over eth years, we expected them to back this up with a huge range of games. But, having said that, the range is more than enough for the majority of casino players. If we were going to be critical, we would actually say sites that have over 500 games are too big, rather than a site with around 180 games total being too small.

You get about 120 slots at BGO, but the quality on offer is excellent. In fact, we would say that that around 90% of them are of the highest quality, which is great and much better than sifting through hundreds of games to find a half decent one. Standout titles for us included Ace Ventura Pet Detective, Age of Gods and Daredevil, but they also included loads of quirky games as well, which felt fun and fresh at the same time.

Table games don’t seem to suffer that much in terms of quantity with around 50 games to choose from. Roulette and Blackjack dominate this section, but on the whole the inclusion of video poker, pai gow and red-dog made the range feel exciting, if not a little reparative.

Who Are BGO Casino?

BGO have been in operation since 2012 and were founded by two business partners in Richard Skelhorn and Alexander Holt. The pair has been in the casino industry for a umber of years now, but interestingly, they started life as affiliates, before working their way up to be two of the most successful gambling affiliates in the world.

The next step for the pair was an obvious progression to owning their own casino site, hence the birth of BGO. The company are run out of London, but are officially based in Guernsey.

Contact & License Info

  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or via contact form on website
  • Address: Inchalla, Le Val, Alderney, Guernsey, GY9 3UL
  • License: UK Gambling Commission (39533)