Back in 2013 when we started GeoGuessr I never imagined that it would take off like it did. Today, six years later, we are a growing community with millions of members!

While this is awesome in every way, a game of this magnitude has its challenges and one of them are the rising costs to keep the site up and running. I'm writing this to let you know that after the summer some changes will come regarding how non-pro users can play the game. Basically there will be a simpler version of GeoGuessr for non-pro users as well as limitations on what maps that will be available.

If you enjoy GeoGuessr, want to have the best possible experience and at the same time support GeoGuessr we highly recommend that you give PRO a go, try it out for free for 10 days.

If you have any thoughts please let us know in our support forum
Let's explore the world!

Anton Wallén, Founder/Geography enthusiast


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