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The Corporate Crime Observatory is honored to serve as the host of the online quiz game focused on tax abuses organized by the VIRTEU Research Team.

This interactive online game tests the players' knowledge and understanding of information relevant to tax abuses including topics such as tax evasion, tax avoidance, corruption, and whistleblowing. The game, which has been conceived to be used for conducting a self-assessment of one's own level of awareness of these issues, may be used for educational and training purposes, and it’s adequate for both members of enforcement agencies and practitioners, as well as lay people.

The game is absolutely anonymous and is available for free online on our platform. We strongly encourage all interested parties to freely use the game in their events, initiatives, and programs (e.g., in lectures, training sessions, etc.) in order to raise public awareness about different forms of tax abuses and the adverse consequences they may lead to.

Play the game for free at the following link:

Test your knowledge about tax, tax avoidance, tax evasion, corruption, and whistleblowing against 20 questions, and earn a personalized certificate if you correctly answer at least 80% of the questions!

The game has been developed as one of the initiatives of the project VIRTEU (Vat fraud: Interdisciplinary Research on Tax crimes in the European Union), a high-profile legal research project including both comparative and interdisciplinary studies, which was funded by the European Commission - OLAF (Grant Agreement no: 878619) and coordinated by its Principal Investigator, Dr. Costantino Grasso, Associate Professor in Law at Manchester Law School.

It is possible to access all VIRTEU research outcomes, documents, and video recordings of the event organized during the project at the following link:


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