I really don't think so. I spent a chunk of time a while back trying to convince my installation to let guests (not logged in) view scorms. No love. Dan M recommended IMS package...which also failed spectacularly. I finally turned my tutorials into videos for guests instead of scorms. And the one I did keep as a scorm is a site level tutorial but users must be logged in to view--of course everyone has a role on the front page (authenticated user), so I just fiddled the permissions to allow.
Thankfully I am in full control of the entire Moodle site so no permission limits on my usage - I have got the SCORM files working fine for Guests that are not logged in it was simple. The only complexity I face is the need for them guests to first go to a pre-screen and press enter. I have fudged this by including an information message to guests on this pre-screen to make it look as if I wanted the screen there. I am using Moodle 3.5.1+ (Build: 20180817)
It would be much cleaner with out - I have a workshop next week on Moodle and will bring this up to see if there are any other thoughts from others more skilled than me.