BGO Casino and BGO Bingo are committed to making their players gamble aware with their new bSafe initiative at BGO that limits a player’s losses.
Over the past year, player safety has been a message that all online gambling platforms are concentrating on. BGO is at the forefront of this with their slightly different take on gambling limits. The bSafe initiative is designed to help you stay in control of your losses. NOTE, this is not a deposit limit like many other platforms have adapted, but a loss limiter. Basically, you play until your losses have hit your monthly limit.
There are five different levels designed at different player account levels. The key bSafe initiative factor is a monthly loss limiter, which is automatically applied. These limits start at £500 per month for the Basic account to £2,000 for the Standard account. Advanced and professional accounts are individually set according to the level of play.
New Player Bonus offer
You need to deposit a minimum of £10 to qualify for the “New Player” bonuses.
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HOW GOOD IS the bSafe initiative at BGO?
OK. On a scale from 1-10 with 10 being the best, this ranks a cool 7.0 in our book. The bSafe at BGO is a clever way to keep you in the game, without breaking the bank, but it’s not perfect. It is however a serious step in the right direction. This is where you can tell the difference between an average Casino where players dabble at games, and a professional Casino where players come to play, and play big. BGO is a next-level Casino and their Safe Play system is set up to accommodate the bigger players.
That said, BGO Casino and BGO Bingo are seriously good operators, and everything they do works well. Their jackpot games are worth playing, and they are always looking to be different. That’s what makes them great. Popular too, which means that their rooms are always packed.
bSafe Loss Limiter
There is a subtle difference between a deposit limit and a loss limit. A deposit limit stops you from paying into your player account. Once you have hit your limit, that’s it. No more funds allowed, regardless of how much you win and or withdraw. If your limit is £100 then win or lose, you can not add more to your account. A loss limit lets you top up your account open-ended but stops you from losing more than your limit. If you are a frequent player then it’s easy to hit the £500 loss a month without registering a loss.
Here’s an example.
You deposit £10 and play £1 games. In the last game, you win £20, which you also play. Add to that another £50 win and your luck is starting the change. Alas, that too is gone quick enough but you drop two more £50 wins, which you play through. All of which happened in one day. So far you have only actually lost £10 in your own cash, which was your deposit. However, you played through and lost a total of £130 in play. *Does not apply to Bonus funds.
WAGERING REQUIREMENTS on Deposit Bonus
There is a 65x wagering requirement on the Welcome Bonus (winnings from the Free Spins) which must be completed on the Promotion Games. This means that If you have received 20 Free Spins and have won £10, your wagering requirement on winnings from the Free Spins is £650.
You cannot withdraw any of your Bonus Balance until the wagering requirement has been met. Once met, it will automatically transfer to your Cash Balance. Proof of ID is always needed when withdrawing funds. They might ask for a photo ID, proof of address, copy of Payment Card details and notarised documentation in extreme cases.
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