The loyalty rewards program over at bgo Vegas is called the ‘bvip bgo Loyalty Scheme’ and the aim of this rewards program is to make sure that everyone gets rewarded just for playing at the casino in the real money mode. This attractive online casino rewards program basically gives everyone a chance to play, earn loyalty points and claim better prizes and massive bonuses.

Depending on which class (aka level) you have managed to make it to will determine the type of perks & benefits you will be rewarded with and details about these rewards will be sent to you via email on a regular basis. The more frequently you play here at bgo Vegas, the more rewards you can earn. Altogether there are five individual levels and these include Blue, Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum and each player will start out at the Blue Level. It’s then up to you to progress through the levels for greater rewards.

Every penny that you spend at bgo Vegas from the moment you sign up and start playing in the real money mode will help towards making your way through the levels. The attractive benefits available at the Platinum Level are some of the best online today. In fact, the bvip bgo Loyalty Scheme is one of the best programs of its kind available anywhere online today. The Platinum Level is accessible via invite only.

You will receive 1 loyalty point for every £1 that you wager on the bingo games at bgo Bingo and you will receive 1 point for every £50 that you wager on any of the Slot Games or Casino Games (at bgo Vegas and bgo Casino). You can then exchange 100 loyalty points for £1 and the great news is that this bonus cash has ZERO WAGERING REQUIREMENTS.

Some of the benefits from the bgo VIP/Rewards Scheme include Loyalty Points, Bronze VIP Bingo, Special VIP Promotions, VIP Email, Silver VIP Bingo, Bigger Playing Limits, Gold VIP Bingo and access to Special Events. Join bgo Vegas today, for free, and claim 20 Free Spins for selected Slot Machines, as well as a 200% matching deposit bonus on your first ever deposit. Bgo Vegas is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission (and also by the Alderney Gambling Commission) and it is powered by software providers like NetEnt, Microgaming (Quickfire platform), Bally Technologies and IGT Interactive.