BGO Review

BGO are one of those brands that you feel have been about for decades, when in realty, they’ve only been around for a couple of years. The company have propelled to online casino stardom, mainly down to their clever TV advertising campaigns, which included Austin Powers actor, Verne Troyer (Mini Me). The company have revelled in the deserved limelight and plaudits that they have been receiving, moving forward at seemingly an alarming rate.

The company are livened by the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. We will be using this review to see how they have gone from being a relatively small online casino to one of the most exiting brands to watch over the next couple of years.

Casino Games

What you’re going to find from BGO is a really solid range of casino games. They use multiple software providers, which includes Microgaming, IGT, Quickfire and Blue Gem Gaming to combine their portfolio and all games on offer can be accessed by their instant play browser based software. It’s also worth noting that a good range of games can be accessed via their mobile casino app and they are constantly adding new titles to keep up to date with the software developer’s shift to HTML 5 that allows them to play on mobile devices.


You have just shy of 200 slots to choose from at BGO, which is actually a relatively small amount given the number of providers that they work with and the range of games that they offer. But, don’t let this put you off the selection of games are really top drawer and whilst it would be easy for them to add hundreds of more titles, you cant help but feel that this would dilute what they already have.


There are 18 different varieties of roulette, which is a huge amount considering the total number of games they have throughout the casino. The games all have their place as well, with titles including Premium European, French, American, Marvel, Multi-Wheel, 3D, Club and Penny, to name just a few.

Table Games

They offer up about another 12 or so table games across the board, with a good range of these including Blackjack and game variants of Blackjack. But, you can also expect to see the likes of Baccarat, Pontoon, 3 Card Brag and Video Poker as well.

Bingo Games

BGO is currently running the Virtue Fusion software, which is one of the most popular software providers in the industry. With this comes a plethora of games to choose from including 90 ball, 80 ball and 75 ball variants.

On top of that you are going to be able to choose from a number of side games as well, which coincide with the sites casino section. Some of these games will include Deal or No Deal The Money Ladder, Marine Mayhem, Clover Countdown and Multi Balls. 

Useful Info
Payment Methods
Min Deposits
  • Debit Card (£10)
  • Credit Card (£10)
  • PayPal (£10)
  • Neteller (£10)
  • Skrill (£10)
Customer Support
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About BGO

BGO have been about since 2012 and their trading name is actually that of BGO Entertainment Limited. They are based out of Alderney and it’s also here where they are licensed, along with the UK Gambling Commission.

Whilst they haven’t been in the industry for all that long a time, we doubt there has been a faster growing online casino over the last couple of years. Especially when you consider that they are have pretty much made it from scratch without the help of a larger development company behind them. They’ve been extremely clever in the marketing campaigns that they have run so far and we reckon they must be some of the most successful for a start-up company ever. What is really exciting is see how far BGO can move forward over the coming years and seeing if they are going to be able to emulate the likes of Mr Green and 32Red who come from very similar backgrounds to that of BGO’s.