Myanmar is an Asian country that borders China to the north, Laos to the east, Thailand to the south-east, the Andaman Sea to the south, the Bay of Bengal to the south-west, Bangladesh to the west and India to the west.
The basic situation for online gambling in Myanmar, previously Burma, is that it's technically illegal. However, for all practical purposes, there are no regulations. The government turns a complete blind eye to the industry, and there have never been any reported cases of anyone facing arrest, charges, fines or any other type of action due to gambling on the Internet.
A part of this is that they have foreigner-only land-based casinos that they derive funds from. They also tend to turn a blind eye fairly often to their citizens playing at these casinos, but then the citizens can run into problems getting paid when the casino finds out they aren't a foreigner. It's a tough situation for players in those land-based establishments, but that distracts from any type of enforcement of their ban against online gambling.
What's interesting is that Myanmar actually has pretty good chances of regulating the industry in the future even though it's currently illegal on the books. The reason for this is that the government seems pretty open to regulating gambling on some level because of the revenues they get, and that could very easily switch over to their citizens being able to gamble online in some capacity. Government officials also do not seem interested in stomping out the ability to access online gambling sites, like many other governments with foreigner-only, land-based casinos do, so that's another good sign.
With all of that having been said, there are still no player protections in place. While we cannot recommend that you break any laws by playing in Myanmar since it's illegal, if you've decided that you're going to play anyway, then the best way to do it would be to stick with a site that's built up a good reputation for reliable cash outs. You run a risk of not getting paid by sites that don't have such a reputation, and you'll have no way to get your money back.
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