Cancer-intrinsic immune evasion (IE) to cells is a critical factor in tumour growth and progression, yet the molecular characterization of IE genes (IEGs) in osteosarcoma remains underexplored. In this study, 85 osteosarcoma patients were comprehensively analyzed based on 182 IEGs, leading to the identification of two IE clusters linked to distinct biological processes and clinical outcomes. In addition, two IE clusters demonstrated diverse immune cell infiltration patterns, with IEGcluster A displaying increased levels compared to IEGcluster B. Moreover, an IE score was identified as an independent prognostic factor and nomogram may serve as a practical tool for the individual prognostic evaluation of patients with osteosarcoma. Finally, GBP1, a potential biomarker with high expression in osteosarcoma was identified. The findings of this study highlight the presence of two IE clusters, each associated with differing patient outcomes and immune infiltration properties. The IE score may serve to assess individual patient IE characteristics, enhance comprehension of immune features, and guide more efficacious treatment approaches.