In Sic bo, the dealer selects three dice to be used in a round of play then engages players to place bets. All three are then cast together and outcomes determined. Winning combinations and other bets are paid out immediately and the game ends. Players do not need skills to play this probability game.
South Africa is famous for hosting the 2010 World Cup. Gambling has always been controversial. In 1965, there was a ban on all forms of gambling except for horse race betting. Right now, the traditionalists are trying to keep gambling at bay. However, South Africans can still access the unregulated online casinos and live dealer games.