23 October 2017 Posted By : Administrator

Bgo introduces a new Verne Troyer campaign to remove bonus restrictions

Austin Powers actor, Verne Troyer, was the face of a new promotional campaign by online casino operators bgo. The campaign—started on October 16, launched a new reward system to eliminate wagering requirements, maximum bets, and maximum winsconnected to every bonus and reward.

Bgo announced the move originally in September, remarking that it prioritises its customer satisfaction, and the new system would greatly improve their customer relationship.

The old but more commonplace system in the industry—which required players to complete some certain stages before full bonuses could be given, had been relatively novel,andoften misinterpreted by players that were new to the system.

The new scheme introduces a system in which players don’t have to stake a set amount before being eligible to withdraw their bonuses. Also, when a player has a free spin or bet bonus, they can wager and win any amount, since the limitations havebeen lifted.

All bonuses given by bgo.com and its affiliate site powerspins.com will now be real cash only or “stakeless” free spins—just like other online sites that offer free spins for UK players.

Hollywood star and bgo ambassador illustrated in a promotional video, that the new system is much more ifferent that those of other sites in the industry. He clarifiedto players that the bonuses offered by the online casino, will now be separatedfrom the restrictions that were quite perplexing and unpleasant to a significant number of them. Players are now permitted to withdraw their bonus winnings with “no questions asked”.

While not entirely unique, bgo’s deals are quite different from its competitors an it’s new UK customer service motto“player smile guarantee”, is tailored to attract and retain more casual players.

Chief marketing officer of Bgo, Allan Turner, in September acknowledged that the new system was initiated due to the increasing regulatory pressure online casinos in the UK are subjected to.

The UK Gambling Commission (UGC) had slammed bgo with a record high £300,000 fine in May,citing that its adverts on its website and affiliate networks during a 2015 promotion were misleading—as the casino had failed to properly explain the terms and conditions involved.

Nisha Arora, the senior director for consumer enforcement at the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), enforced an action against several online gambling operatorssuspected of breaking consumer laws. The action was launched earlier this year, questioning the fairness of signup bonuses across the industry.

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