Guyana is a blue-level online gambling jurisdiction since there is no regulation of the industry whatsoever.

Guyana is on the north coast of South America. Venezuela borders this country to the west with Suriname to the east and Brazil to the south.


Like many countries, Guyana has no law against online gambling and no regulatory framework of any kind. With that having been said, the land-based sector of the industry has a few laws that could eventually be used to influence the online industry. For example, the Gambling Prevention Amendment Act of 2007 prevents citizens of Guyana from gambling in certain land-based casinos that are considered to be primarily for tourists. They have an interesting viewpoint of trying to make money off of gambling in the context of tourism while not allowing their own citizens to play in the games.

With that having been said, there have been no attempts to outlaw online gambling specifically. There have also been no cases of the government or police officials going after anyone for playing in online casinos at all.


You'll find no framework for licensing online casinos in Guyana. However, they do license a limited number of land-based establishments, so it's not unrealistic to think that they could eventually bring in online gambling in some form. With the government's odd approach of cashing in on gambling via tourism, it's unclear if this would be widely available to players or if many incentives would be put in place to bring in foreign operators to run the games. In any event, no online gambling companies operate out of this country at the time of this writing, and it doesn't look like any of them will at any point in the foreseeable future.

Player Protections

No player protections of any kind are in place for people who gamble online in Guyana. It's unclear what the protections would look like in the future if they were to open up online gambling because there is no precedent set for it in the country since their citizens aren't allowed to gamble in the land-based casinos. With that having been said, other South American countries that have regulated the industry tend to have good levels of player protection, and between that and Guyana's Caribbean associations, they would have plenty of incentives to offer decent levels of player protections to keep up their reputation.

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