N6-Methyladenosine (m6A) has attracted growing interest among scholars as an important regulator of mRNA expression. Although the significant role of m6A in multiple biological processes (like proliferation and growth of cancers) has been comprehensively described, an analysis of its possible role in stomach adenocarcinoma (STAD) of tumor immune microenvironment (TIME) remains lacking. The data for RNA expression, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP), and copy number variation (CNV) were downloaded from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA). Subsequently, 23 m6A regulators were curated, with patients being clustered into three m6A subtypes and m6A-related gene subtypes. Furthermore, they were compared based on overall survival (OS). This study also evaluates the association between m6A regulators and immune as well as response to the treatment. According to the TCGA-STAD cohort, three m6A clusters conformed to three phenotypes, immune-inflamed, immune-dessert, and immune-excluded, respectively. Patients who displayed lower m6A scores presented better overall survival outcomes. The GEO cohort demonstrated that those with a low m6A score had obvious general survival benefits and clinical advantages. Low m6A scores can carry the enhanced neoantigen loads, triggering an immune response. Meanwhile, three anti-PD-1 cohorts have confirmed the value of predicting survival outcomes. The results of this study indicate that m6A regulators are associated with TIME, and the m6A score is an efficient prognostic biomarker and predictive indicator for immunotherapy and chemotherapeutics. Moreover, comprehensive evaluations of m6A regulators in tumors will broaden our comprehension of TIME, efficiently guiding enhancing explorations on immunotherapy and chemotherapy strategies for STAD.