BGO Ditches Banking Fees: News |

Although BGO Entertainment Ltd. has always been a popular online gaming operator, if there’s one thing that players don’t like about its brands, it’s the banking fees that they’re frequently required to pay when making deposits and withdrawals to and from their accounts.

However, all this is about to change as BGO has decided to remove all of its banking fees across all 5 of its UK-focused brands including BGO Bingo, BGO Casino, Power Spins, Chilli Casino, and Vegas Luck.

This is excellent news as no-one wants to have to pay to make deposits and withdrawals, and we’ve always felt that charging customers for banking services has somewhat tarnished the reputation and popularity of BGO’s bingo and casino brands.

From now on, players will instead be able to focus on all of the excellent games and services that BGO sites offer, starting with their Mega Wheel welcome offer. Some of the terms are remarkably similar to Jumpman Gaming brands, but you will see a world of difference once inside.

BGO is one of several online gaming operators that choose to use the Playtech software platform, which means that members of its brands can enjoy a host of games from Eyecon and NetEnt, as well as the full suite of Playtech games.

For example, at BGO Casino, there are more than 600 slots including almost every Playtech progressive jackpot slot that you can think of. There’s also a live casino, as well as scratch cards, virtual casino games, and video poker.

The BGO Bingo brand, on the other hand, concentrates more on offering a well-rounded online bingo experience that enables members to play 90-ball and 75-ball games at home and on the move. There are free rooms like Beginner’s Luck, networked games that feature super-sized prizes, and a great line-up of side games.

BGO launched in 2012 with an objective of bringing the best casino, slot, and bingo products to market under one brand. It’s been working alongside Playtech since 2014 and moved its brands across the Playtech’s software platform in mid-2015.

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