Anti-Bribery Sorted

Educate your people. Protect your reputation.

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So what exactly is Anti-Bribery Sorted?

The third title in our Sorted range, it’s an engaging training game designed to upskill your people and prevent bribery in your business.

Driving a transparent and ethical culture is essential to doing good business, attracting investment and protecting your reputation. 

Anti-Bribery Sorted is a thought-provoking game designed to embed desired behaviours. It works by repeatedly asking the player to perform due diligence and identifying the circumstances where bribery could take place.

Bribery legislation means businesses that fail to train their people could face hefty fines, with the cost running into the millions, and that’s before you consider reputational damage. Familiarising people with anti-bribery legislation is the best way to mitigate the threat, so they can confidently recognise good practice and work to actively prevent bribery if a high-risk situations occurs.  

Developed in conjunction with our legal SME, it’s a really useful tool to raise awareness and drive the right culture at every level of your business.

How does it work?

Learners are tasked with scenarios where they must identify potential high-risk circumstances that could lead to bribery, what bribery looks like and how to avoid and prevent it.

  • Engaging learners in real-world scenarios embeds deep knowledge in a memorable way
  • Easy to play, fast-paced game with familiar app mechanics
  • Rewards and feedback offer learning points, packaged in a fun experience
  • Encourages critical thinking and decision making that can be applied immediately

Browse or download the Anti-Bribery Sorted brochure here

What's the product spec?


Real world scenario-based questions for immediate workplace application 
140+ question bank
Training level to assist quick user adoption
Free-play level with high scores 
Level based game-play
SCORM trackable progress
Rapid implementation
Average play time 25-30 minutes


Fully SCORM 1.2 compliant
Desktop and mobile compatible  
For desktop viewing (Windows 7-10 and Mac OS X): Internet Explorer 11 | Microsoft Edge (latest) | Firefox (latest) | Google Chrome (latest) | Safari (latest) 
For mobile viewing (iOS and Android): Mobile Safari on iOS 10+ | Google Chrome on Android OS 6+

Learning outcomes

By the end of the experience learners will be able to identify:
What constitutes requesting, agreeing to receive, or accepting a bribe
How to refuse a bribe
What constitutes offering, promising or giving a bribe
How to avoid a bribe
Potential high-risk circumstances for bribery
Suitable measures to prevent bribery and why this is so important


Off-the-shelf or customisable content
Flexible hosting options
Translations available

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Please complete the form to see the game for yourself. If you have any questions call us on 01752 764855 - we look forward to hearing from you.

“Anti-Bribery Sorted provides a novel way of introducing the legally complex anti-bribery regulation to people without specialist knowledge regarding legal matters. The game is a valuable aid to internal staff training around anti-bribery and while not a legal rulebook; it is an excellent – and entertaining – tool to raise users’ awareness of bribery and corruption related issues that almost all organisations need to relate to today.”

Also in the range: GDPR Sorted and Cybersecurity Sorted

The original learning games in the Sorted range: GDPR Sorted designed specifically to embed core GDPR principles to reduce the risk of data breach and Cybersecurity Sorted empowers all of your people to spot the signs of a cyberattack and confidently deal with them in the best way.

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