Mile High Media Announces Fan Tournament

Bob Johnson

MONTREAL — Mile High Media has announced Mile High Madness, its first ever fan-generated single-scene elimination tournament beginning today and running through April 30.

Fans may submit their fantasy porn pairings (girl/girl and boy/girl) to the studio’s Mile High Madness tournament for the chance to see their scene realized.

The company said a field of 64 pairings will be selected and divided among four studio divisions including Reality Junkies, Sweetheart Video, Sweet Sinner and Sweet Sinema.

Voting throughout the spring of 2012 in the Final Foreplay Round will result in four scenes being selected for future movies. Those selected will have their scene filmed in a future movie and receive a DVD copy.

Fans will also receive a six-month membership to the upcoming Mile High Media member site for their winning studio. In addition, the overall champion will receive six-month memberships to all four studio’s member sites.

Pairing submissions may be made via Twitter, Facebook, or at

Mile High Media vice president Jon Blitt said, “For a company to be progressive, we truly believe it is imperative to listen to consumers and adhere to market demand. The Mile High Madness tournament is a fun way for our fans to voice which performers are their favorites and the pairings they think possess the most chemistry.  It’s also a great way for us to promote our upcoming studio membership sites, which we feel will elevate online adult entertainment to the next level.”

Submissions must include active porn stars and list which of the four studios it is geared toward. Sweet Sinner submissions should be boy/girl, Reality Junkies should be boy/girl, Sweetheart Video should be girl/girl, and Sweet Sinema submissions should be boy/girl or girl/girl with an emphasis on acting.

There is no limit on the number of submissions. In the event of a duplicate pairing that is selected for the 64-pairing tournament, the person who submitted first will be on record to receive the prize. All those submitting pairings must be at least 18-years of age.

In the event a winning pairing is unable to be filmed for any reason, the studio will contact the winning submitter and allow them to decide on a new pairing.