BGO Bingo Review

Sign up bonus: Up To 50 Fair Spins
Terms and conditions apply, new customers only (18+)

BGO is still making a name for itself across various different genres of online gaming, having secured itself a reputable casino platform already. The company has also branched out into the world of bingo, and it started out in this area by utilising its own unique software. However, by June of 2015, they abandoned this and adopted the products of market leader, Playtech and its Virtue Fusions network.

Visiting the BGO Bingo website will introduce you to a platform filled with purples and pinks coming from all angles. Along the top are clear links to the company's other gaming websites, while further down (after scrolling through an advertisement featuring Paris Hilton), you'll find the interface for navigating your way around the bingo platform itself. Below this are some quick links to get to 'ready-to-start' bingo games in an instant, while the top alternative games are displayed to the right of this. Furthermore, the latest winners are shown to the bottom of the site, as are the bingo progressives available at the moment.

Registering at the BGO Bingo site will allow you to take advantage of the no deposit needed offer, which will provide you with £10 free! This gives you the opportunity to check out the platform in full and play a few games. Not only that, but there's also the option of claiming 20 freespins on Netent's infamous slot game, Starburst. Anything that you win from the freespins is all yours to keep. And if that isn't enough, you'll also be able to start off your gaming journey with £100 to play with. All you need to do is deposit £20 and spend the same amount on bingo tickets. The company will then give you £80 on top!

Bingo Games

There are 22 different rooms available to play bingo in at BGO's website, with 90-ball, 75-ball and 80-ball options on offer. The main 80-ball room is known as the 'Seaside Bingo' room, and the price for tickets here start from £0.02, while the three 75-ball options include the branded 'Deal or No Deal 75', as well as 'Big Bang' and 'High Five', with all three offering up progressive jackpot games.

Meanwhile, there are seven 90-ball rooms, including the 'Need for Speed' option, offering frequent short games on a 24/7 basis, the 'Cheap as Chips' room, which is available from 10am to 6pm GMT and offers up tickets from 1p and up, and the 'Diamond Dazzle' choice, available between 6pm and 11:59pm GMT, which offers up two standard jackpots in 'Jewel of the Nile' and 'Out of this World'.

Other Games

BGO provides players with four different multiplayer slots alongside the aforementioned bingo rooms. These are the 'Deal or No Deal Money Ladder', 'Marine Mayhem', 'Clover Countdown' and 'Multi Balls', which all offer up a break from the standard ball-calling game.

What differs with this platform is that if you do wish to play any other slots or casino products, you'll need to visit the standard BGO Casino platform in order to do so to get a full selection. The homepage does show a few of the top alternative games, such as 'Fluffy Favourites' and 'Bouncy Balls', but this is as far as you are able to get on the bingo section of their platform.

Promotions and additional features

bgo have certainly created a wide selection of promotions including an industry leading deposit bonus. As with most of the industry leading bingo websites the bgo site has a dedicated promotions section which allows players to stay up to date with all the latest additions. At the time of writing this review there are 9 active promotions which all seem to appear around the seasonal promotion of May.

The bgo bingo website also has a dedicated VIP area which will be activated once a player has reached certain spending limits, there is a lower loyalty scheme to allow casual players to get in on the exclusive promotions too.

Game Software

bgo Bingo is a standalone brand and runs on proprietary software. Mandalay Gaming Holdings, Ltd. owns the brand. The license awarded to the bgo brand in accordance with the Alderney EGambling Ordinance 2009, the website is also regulated by the Alderney gambling control commission. The purpose of regulatory organisations is to ensure that a gaming website is compliant to local and international laws surrounding gambling, these usually entail age restriction enforcement and fair gaming.

Payment options

Visa and Mastercard are accepted at the platform as available methods of funding your account. You can also utilise Paypal and NETeller as eWallets, while Paysafecards can be used as another alternative.

Customer Support

Players are able to contact the dedicated support team if they should need any help, and this can be done via email by utilising the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The team are available between 8:30am and midnight GMT. Alternatively, you can write to them by using the following address:

bgo Entertainment


Le Val




It's clear that this company are well on their way to providing a very well-rounded gaming experience for online players, and this site only enhances the products they already have on offer.