The curiously titled BGO launched in 2012 – which makes it quite a Johnny-Come-Lately to the online casino business. A canny mix of solid gaming and a quirky marketing strategy using the diminutive Verne Troyer quickly established the brand as a serious contender for UK players seeking the best online casinos.


For historic licensing reasons – the licensing of games from suppliers not the licensing required from regional gaming authorities – bgo’s selection of casino games is distributed across three different tabs from its homepage. It’s a bit ungainly, but we can’t criticise the company for the excellent selection of games you’ll find whether you dip into its Casino, Vegas or Games’ tabs.

Combined together you have access to some of the most sought after online slots such as Divine Fortune, Gonzo’s Quest, Cleopatra, Rainbow Riches, Da Vinci Diamonds, Pixies of the Forest, Wolf Run, Raging Rhino and (of course) Starburst to name just a few. There’s also quite a few progressive jackpot slots packed into bgo’s site, with a highlight for us bring the multi-millionaire making potential of Playtech’s Jackpot Giant looming large in the Casino section.

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Casino Software

Although bgo sources its games from a variety of suppliers you’ll find that they’re not all mixed up under general categories as often found at other online casinos. Click to its Casino tab, and you’ll find this the home of all bgo’s excellent Playtech games, including the cracking Age of the Gods and 60s Batman slot series. Go to ‘Games’ and you’ll discover NetEnt’s latest and greatest games, whereas the Vegas tab is a resort of SG’s solid gold hits, so home (appropriately enough) to some classic casino machines you can actually find in the real world casino’s of Las Vegas.

All bgo’s games are Instant Play versions, so there’s no mucking about with downloading and installing any software. It all happens within a standard web browser like Explorer, Chrome, Firefox or Safari so it’s pretty unlikely you’ll have any issue playing here if you’re reading this review online.


Does bgo go mobile? Of course it does. You can set out to Beat the Boss on any mobile device that can surf the web, with excellent native apps making life even more convenient for Android and iOS users.

Bgo’s mobile casino experience is very complete, and we struggled to find any shortcomings compared to playing at the desktop site. It’s a very slick and desirable player experience with bgo mobile casino and certainly one of the best we’ve reviewed to date. Naturally a single player account with bgo will let you access its games on mobile or desktop, so you can play your way whenever the mood takes you and using whichever tool gets you online most conveniently.

Design and Lobby

Whilst we’d prefer to find all its slot gaming in one place rather than under Casino, Vegas and Games’ tabs we understand this is not necessarily bgo’s fault, and it certainly doesn’t stop us praising the nice design and overall polished presentation here. The ‘Boss’ idea is fantastic and lends a real personality to the site that makes some other online casinos feel a bit old-fashioned. Bgo seems fun and young – it doesn’t take itself too seriously, yet doesn’t fail to offer serious casino gaming with a grown-up attitude to its responsibilities to you as a player.

Navigation is very well thought out at bgo, and we found it easy to quickly search for favourite games and get answers to the kinds of information new players need, or want, to know before they commit to play.

Customer Support

Customer support available Mon-Sun from 8.30am to Midnight.

  • Direct email – support
  • Email via from on Website.

Having only email support, and without round-the-clock coverage, is not as comprehensive a service as we’ve come to expect from the best online casinos, but it doesn’t tell the whole story. Bgo’s customer support is still very responsive and efficient if you have cause to need it, and we must also note the very good quality FAQ sections it has created which cover an awful lot of help topics. In short, the quality of service is very good, but we would like to see options like Freephone and / or Live Chat to just add that extra flexibility for players here.

Did you Know?

The brand started as just a bingo site. As it expanded into new realms of real-money gaming it lost the ‘in’ of ‘bingo’ to become ‘bgo’!

Player Ratings

  • Total Player Rating – 4 Stars
  • Quality Of Support – 3.5 Stars
  • Player Experience – 4.5 Stars
  • Bonus Promotions – 4 Stars

Bottom Line

This is a very entertaining site, packed with online slots that cover all the bases and all sourced from the software developers that true slot jockeys hold in the highest esteem. If you love Playtech, Microgaming, NetEnt, and SG slots but can’t decide which you love the most, bgo solves that dilemma by letting you loose on their best-in-breed with just one player account.