The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the Middle East has the Saudi riyal (SAR) as its official currency. It is issued by the Saudi Central Bank and subdivided into 100 halalas. Saudi riyals have been used as the kingdom's currency even when it was still known as the Kingdom of Hejaz.
Today, the Saudi currency is pegged to the United States dollar at a fixed exchange rate. Saudi Arabian fans of live casinos typically can't gamble using SAR. However, online casinos can electronically convert SAR deposits to USD, GBP, or EUR, enabling gamblers to play live casino games for real money.