To play craps, you need nothing more than two dice (and players, of course). A dealer collects bets on the predicted outcomes of a single toss or number of rolls, then casts both dice in one go. Other than knowing the faces of a die, one needs no other skill to play craps.
Eritrea is in East Africa, between Sudan and Djibouti, bordering the Red Sea. It has hot and arid coastal lowlands, rising to the foothills of the Ethiopian highlands. This country is Islamic, and gambling is prohibited. The internet coverage in Eritrea is around 1%. Eritreans with access to the internet may play illegally on international online sites.