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XBIZ Award
XBIZ Award Trophy 2017.jpg
The XBIZ Award trophy
Sponsored by XBIZ
Date 2003 (2003)
Location Los Angeles, California[1][2]
Country United States
Presented by XBIZ
Reward(s) Trophy
First awarded 2003
Last awarded Present
Official website xbizawards.xbiz.com

XBIZ Awards are given annually to honor "individuals, companies, performers and products that play an essential part in the growth and success of adult entertainment"[3] and have been described by XBIZ publisher and founder Alec Helmy as being "born out of the industry's desire for an awards event that not only encompasses all facets of the business but one which presents it in a professional light and honors it with class".[2]

Organized by the adult industry trade magazine XBIZ,[4] the awards were first given in 2003.[5] The award nominations are submitted by clients, and the winners are voted for by XBIZ staff, industry colleagues and participating organizations.[6] The awards were originally created to recognize achievement in the online adult industry, but, in recent years, video categories have been added.[7]

The XBIZ Awards, in the adult film industry, have been compared to the Golden Globes, in the mainstream film industry.[8] The 2010 XBIZ Awards were held in at the Avalon in Hollywood.[8]

The number of specific award categories has expanded over the years to include, as of 2014, more than 150 award categories.[2] The award winners listed below are mostly for major award categories, but a more comprehensive listing of past award winners may be found in the "External links" section.

Contents

Achievement in Movie Production[edit]

Acting Performance[edit]

Jenna Jameson at the 2014 XBIZ Awards Show

Acting Performance (Female) of the Year[edit]

Best Actress – Feature Movie[edit]

Best Actress – Parody Release[edit]

Best Actress – Couples-Themed Release[edit]

Best Actress – All-Girl Release[edit]

Acting Performance (Male) of the Year[edit]

Best Actor – Feature Movie[edit]

Best Actor – Parody Release[edit]

Best Actor – Couples-Themed Release[edit]

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Best Non-Sex Acting Performance[edit]

Affiliate Programs[edit]

Jesse Jane at the 2014 XBIZ Award Show

Affiliate Program of the Year[edit]

Affiliate Program of the Year – Dating[edit]

  • 2017: DatingGold[16]

Affiliate Program of the Year – European[edit]

  • 2011: AdultWebmasterEmpire (AWE)[9]
  • 2012: AdultWebmasterEmpire (AWE)[11]
  • 2013: PartnerCash[12]
  • 2014: Manica Money[1][13]
  • 2015: ReallyUsefulCash[14]

Affiliate Program – Gay[edit]

  • 2011: (tie) Buddy Profits and PrideBucks[9]

Affiliate Program of the Year – Multi-Platform[edit]

  • 2011: CECash[9]
  • 2012: Gamma Entertainment[11]
  • 2013: Gamma Entertainment[12]
  • 2014: CECash[1][13]

Affiliate Program of the Year – Network[edit]

  • 2016: Gamma Entertainment[15]

Affiliate Program of the Year – Paysite[edit]

  • 2017: CherryPimps[16]

Affiliate Program – Porn Star[edit]

  • 2011: FameDollars[9]

Affiliate Program of the Year – Retail[edit]

Affiliate Program – Solo Girl[edit]

  • 2011: TwistysCash[9]
  • 2012: TwistysCash[11]

Affiliate Program of the Year – Specialty[edit]

Affiliate Program – Studio[edit]

Affiliate Program – VOD[edit]

All-Black[edit]

All-Black Release of the Year[edit]

All-Black Series[edit]

All-Girl[edit]

Breanne Benson at the 2010 XBIZ Awards

Release of the Year – Feature[edit]

Release of the Year – Non-Feature[edit]

Series of the Year[edit]

All-Sex[edit]

All-Sex Release of the Year[edit]

All-Sex Series of the Year[edit]

Amateur/Pro-Am[edit]

Amateur Release of the Year[edit]

Amateur Series of the Year[edit]

  • 2013 Fuck a Fan (Immoral Productions/Pure Play Media)[12]

Pro-Am Release of the Year[edit]

  • 2014: Mother's Indiscretion (Forbidden Fruits Films/Exile Distribution)[1]
  • 2015: Handjob Winner 18 (Immoral Productions/Pure Play Media)[14]
  • 2016: Kayden Kross’s Casting Couch (Airerose Entertainment)[15]
  • 2017: Fuck a Fan 27 (Immoral Productions/Pure Play)[16]

Asian-Themed[edit]

Asian-Themed Release of the Year[edit]

Asian-Themed Series[edit]

BDSM[edit]

BDSM Release of the Year[edit]

  • 2014: Get My Belt (Pornfidelity/Juicy Entertainment)[1][13]
  • 2015: Maddy O'Reilly's Submission (Deviant Entertainment)[14]
  • 2016: Shades of Scarlet 2 (Zero Tolerance)[15]
  • 2017: Bound for Domination (Deviant Entertainment/Metro)[16]

Best Art Direction[edit]

Best Editing[edit]

Best Music[edit]

Best Scene/Best Sex Scene[edit]

Best Scene – Feature Movie[edit]

Best Scene – Parody Release[edit]

Best Scene – Gonzo/Non-Feature Release[edit]

Best Scene – All Sex Release[edit]

Best Scene – Vignette Release[edit]

Best Scene – Couples-Themed Release[edit]

Best Scene – All-Girl Release[edit]

Best Sex Scene – Virtual Reality[edit]

Best Special Effects[edit]

Best Cinematography[edit]

Billing and Payment Services[edit]

Alternative Payment Services Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Webbilling[16]

Billing Company of the Year – IPSP[edit]

Billing Company of the Year – Merchant Services[edit]

  • 2017: NETbilling[16]

Content Provider of the Year[edit]

  • 2003: Matrix Content[17]
  • 2004: Video Secrets[17]
  • 2005: Matrix Content[17]
  • 2006: Webmaster Central[17]
  • 2007: World Wide Content[17]
  • 2012: AdultCentro[11]
  • 2013: AdultCentro[12]
  • 2014: AdultCentro[1][13]
  • 2015: Webmaster Central[14]
  • 2016: AdultCentro[15]
  • 2017: AdultCentro[16]

Couples-Themed[edit]

Release of the Year[edit]

Line of the Year[edit]

Crossover Move/Crossover Star of the Year[edit]

James Deen at the 2010 XBIZ Awards

Crossover Female Star[edit]

Crossover Male Star[edit]

Design Company[edit]

  • 2003: Wyldesites[17]
  • 2004: Wyldesites[17]
  • 2005: Dickmans Design[17]
  • 2006: Wyldesites[17]
  • 2007: Wyldesites[17]

Design Studio of the Year[edit]

  • 2008: Dickmans Design[17]
  • 2009: Dickmans Design[17]
  • 2010_ Blue Design Studios[10][17]
  • 2011: (tie) Dickmans Design and Wyldesites[9]
  • 2012: (tie) AdultDesign and Zuzana Designs[11]
  • 2013: Wolume Studios[12]
  • 2014: Zuzana Designs[1][13]
  • 2015: Zuzana Designs[14]
  • 2016: Zuzana Designs[15]
  • 2017: Zuzana Designs[16]

Director of the Year[edit]

Director of the Year – Body of Work[edit]

Director of the Year – Individual Work/Feature Release[edit]

Director of the Year – Non-Feature Release[edit]

Director of the Year – Parody[edit]

European/Foreign Director of the Year[edit]

Emerging Studio[edit]

Ethnic Release[edit]

European/Foreign Release[edit]

Feature Release of the Year[edit]

  • 2012: Les Filles de la Campagne (Marc Dorcel/Wicked Pictures)[11]
  • 2013: Inglorious Bitches (Marc Dorcel/Wicked Pictures)[12]
  • 2014: Claire Castel, The Chambermaid (Marc Dorcel)[1][13]
  • 2015: Russian Institute: Lesson 19: Holidays at My Parents (Marc Dorcel)[14]
  • 2016: How I Became a Sexual Slave (Marc Dorcel/Wicked Pictures)[15]
  • 2017: My Daughter Is A Whore (Marc Dorcel/Wicked Pictures)[16]

Non-Feature Release of the Year[edit]

  • 2012: Slutty Girls Love Rocco 3 (Rocco Siffredi/Evil Angel)[11]
  • 2013: Slutty Girls Love Rocco 4 (Rocco Siffredi/Evil Angel)[12]
  • 2014: Cayenne Loves Rocco (Rocco Siffredi Productions/Evil Angel)[1][13]
  • 2015: The Initiation of Alina Li (Harmony Films)[14]
  • 2016: Do Not Disturb (Rebecca Lord Productions/Exile)[15]
  • 2017: Rocco Siffredi Hard Academy 1 (Rocco Siffredi/Evil Angel)[16]

Executive Leadership Award[edit]

XBIZ Executive Leadership Award

Executive Leadership – Retail[edit]

  • 2011: Theresa Flynt (Hustler Hollywood)[9]

Executive Leadership – Video[edit]

Executive Leadership – Web[edit]

  • 2011: Brad Estes (Video Secrets) and Harmik Gharapetian (Epoch)[9]
  • 2012: Gary Jackson (CCBill)[11]

Feature Director[edit]

Feature Movie of the Year[edit]

Female Performer of the Year[edit]

Foreign Female Performer of the Year[edit]

Girl/Girl Performer of the Year[edit]

Feminist Porn[edit]

Release of the Year[edit]

Fetish[edit]

Fetish Release of the Year[edit]

  • 2012: Odd Jobs 5 (Belladonna Entertainment/Evil Angel)[11]
  • 2013: Fetish Fanatic 10 (Belladonna Entertainment/Evil Angel)[12]
  • 2014: Samantha 38G & Friends 2 (Sensational Video)[1][13]
  • 2015: To the Core (Mental Beauty/Girlfriends Films)[14]
  • 2016: Comic Book Freaks and Cosplay Geeks (Burning Angel/Exile)[15]
  • 2017: Lesbian Anal Sex Slaves 2 (Aiden Starr/Evil Angel)[16]

LGBT Awards[edit]

The LGBT in the title refers to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual people.

Gay Web Company of the Year[edit]

Company[edit]

Director of the Year[edit]

Gay Feature Movie of the Yea r[edit]

Gay Performer of the Year[edit]

Gay Studio of the Year[edit]

Transsexual/Transgender Director of the Year[edit]

Transsexual/Transgender Performer of the Year[edit]

Transsexual/Transgender Release of the Year[edit]

  • 2010: My Girlfriend's Cock 5 (Red Light District Video)[9][10]
  • 2011: America's Next Top Tranny: Season 6 (Goodfellas/Devil's Film)[9]
  • 2012: She-male Police 2 (Joey Silvera/Evil Angel)[11]
  • 2013: Mia Isabella: Want Some Honey? Vol. 2 (SMC Productions)[12]
  • 2014: American She-Male X 5 (Joey Silvera Productions/Evil Angel)[1][13]
  • 2015: Big Tit She-Male X 2 (Joey Silvera/Evil Angel)[14]
  • 2016: Kaitlyn Gender: Based on a Not So True Story (Trans500/Pure Play)[15]
  • 2017: Real Fucking Girls (Grooby Productions/Third World Media)[16]

Transsexual/Transgender Studio of the Year[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Live Cam (Europe)[edit]

  • 2017: LiveJasmin.com[16]

Adult Site of the Year – Live Cam (Gay)[edit]

  • 2017: SuperMen.com[16]

Adult Site of the Year – Live Cam (North America)[edit]

  • 2017: MyFreeCams.com[16]

Live Cam Company of the Year – Europe[edit]

  • 2017: PussyCash[16]

Live Cam Company of the Year – North America[edit]

  • 2017: Chaturbate[16]

Live Cam Model of the Year[edit]

  • 2016: Ashe Maree[15]
  • 2017: Devious Angel[16]

Gonzo[edit]

Gonzo Director[edit]

Gonzo Release of the Year[edit]

  • 2009: Performers of the Year (Evil Angel)[9]
  • 2010: Pornstar Workout (Elegant Angel)[10]
  • 2011: Pornstar Workout (Elegant Angel)[9]
  • 2012: Asa Akira Is Insatiable 2 (Elegant Angel)[11]
  • 2013: Lexi (Elegant Angel)[12]
  • 2014: Skin (Elegant Angel)[1][13]
  • 2015: Ass Worship 15 (Jules Jordan Video)[14]
  • 2016: Anikka’s Anal Sluts (BAM Visions/Evil Angel)[15]
  • 2017: Mick Loves Anikka (BAM Visions/Evil Angel)[16]

Gonzo Release – Non-Feature[edit]

Gonzo Series of the Year[edit]

Interracial[edit]

Interracial Release of the Year[edit]

  • 2011: Lex the Impaler 5 (Jules Jordan Video)[17]
  • 2012: Lex the Impaler 7 (Jules Jordan Video)[11]
  • 2013: Prince the Penetrator (Smash Pictures)[12]
  • 2014: The Housewives of Lexington Steele (DreamZone Entertainment)[1][13]
  • 2015: Dani Daniels Deeper (Blacked.com/Jules Jordan Video)[14]
  • 2016: Carter Cruise Obsession (Blacked.com/Jules Jordan Video)[15]
  • 2017: Interracial Orgies (Blacked.com/Jules Jordan Video)[16]

Interracial Series[edit]

Latin-Themed[edit]

Latin-Themed Release of the Year[edit]

Latin-Themed Series[edit]

Industry Contribution[edit]

Marketing Campaign of the Year[edit]

Movie Production[edit]

Male Performer of the Year[edit]

Foreign Male Performer of the Year[edit]

MILF Performer of the Year[edit]

New Male Performer/Best Male Newcomer of the Year[edit]

New Series of the Year[edit]

Best New Starlet[edit]

Pleasure Products[edit]

Adult Game/Bachelorette Product of the Year[edit]

  • 2014: Masturbating Midget-Man Wind-Up Doll (Pipedream Products)[1][13]
  • 2015: 50 Positions of Bondage (Kheper Games)[14]
  • 2016: Adult Charades, (Kheper Games)[15]
  • 2017: Glow in the Dark Sex (Kheper Games)[16]

Bachelor/Bachelorette Product of the Year[edit]

  • 2016: SnorkelO (The Screaming O)[15]
  • 2017: Donald Chump Love Doll (Pipedream Products)[citation needed]

BDSM Pleasure Products Company of the Year[edit]

BDSM – Soft Bondage Product/Line of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Scandal (CalExotics)[16]

Boutique Pleasure Products Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Hot Octopuss[16]

Condom Manufacturer of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Sir Richard's Condoms[16]

Couples Sex Toy of the Year[edit]

  • 2015: We-Vibe 4 Plus (Standard Innovation Corporation)[14]
  • 2016: Passionate Play Collection (We-Vibe)[15]
  • 2017: We-Vibe Sync (We-Vibe)[16]

Crossover Novelty Company[edit]

  • 2011: The Screaming O[9]

Excellence in Product Packaging[edit]

Fetish Product/Line of the Year[edit]

  • 2014: Expandable Spreader Bar and Cuffs Set (Sportsheets)[1][13]
  • 2015: Fetish Fantasy Series Lube Wrestling Ring (Pipedream Products)[14]
  • 2016: Master Series (XR Brands)[15]
  • 2017: Master Series (XR Brands)[16]

Innovative Product of the Year[edit]

Innovative Sex Toy of the Year – Design[edit]

Innovative Sex Toy of the Year – Technology[edit]

  • 2016: Womanizer, epi24[15]
  • 2017: Technology Womanizer Pro40 (epi24)[16]

International Pleasure Products Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2012: Shunga[11]
  • 2015: Fun Factory[14]
  • 2016: Fun Factory[15]
  • 2017: Fun Factory[16]

LGBT Pleasure Products Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2016: Spareparts Hardwear[15]
  • 2017: OxBalls[16]

LGBT/Gay/Lesbian Sex Toy of the Year[edit]

Lingerie/Apparel Collection of the Year[edit]

  • 2013: Fetish Fantasy Lingerie (Pipedream Products)[12]
  • 2014: Signature Collection (Rene Rofe)[1][13]
  • 2015: After Dark (Baci Lingerie)[14]
  • 2016: Curve (Fantasy Lingerie)[15]
  • 2017: Baci Dreams (Baci Lingerie)[16]

Lingerie/Apparel Company of the Year[edit]

Luxury Toy/Line of the Year[edit]

  • 2015: ORA 2 (LELO)[14]
  • 2016: Twenty One (Bijoux Indiscrets)[15]
  • 2017: Callie (JOPEN)[16]

Male Pleasure Products Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2016: Perfect Fit Brand[15]
  • 2017: Fleshlight International[16]

Male Sex Toy/Line of the Year[edit]

Marketing Campaign of the Year[edit]

New Pleasure Products Company of the Year[edit]

Novelty/Sex Toy Company of the Year[edit]

Pleasure Products Company of the Year – Full Range[edit]

Pleasure Products Company of the Year – Sex Toys[edit]

  • 2016: We-Vibe[15]
  • 2017: Fun Factory[16]

Progressive Pleasure Products Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Screaming O[16]

Sex Toy of the Year – Powered[edit]

  • 2014: nü Sensuelle Impulse[1][13]
  • 2015: Hula Beads (LELO)[14]
  • 2016: Magic Wand Rechargeable, (Vibratex)[15]
  • 2017: Pro Penguin (Satisfyer)[16]

Sex Toy of the Year – Non-Powered[edit]

  • 2014: Ceramix Pleasure Pottery No. 4 (Pipedream)[1][13]
  • 2015: D.1 Stone (Laid)[14]
  • 2016: Icicles Gold G1, (Pipedream Products)[15]
  • 2017: King Cock Plus (Pipedream Products)[16]

Sensual Accessory Product/Line of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Desir Metallique Collection (Bijoux Indiscrets)[16]

Sensual Bath & Body Product of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Bom Bomb Erotic Soaps (It's the Bomb)[16]

Specialty Pleasure Product of the Year[edit]

  • 2014: Hydromax (Bathmate)[1][13]
  • 2015: Bubble Love (Bubble Love)[14]
  • 2016: Clone-A-Willy Plus Balls Kit (Empire Labs)[15]
  • 2017: Buck-OFF - Buck Angel FTM Stroker (Perfect Fit Brand)[16]

Star Branded[edit]

Toy Manufacturer of the Year[edit]

  • 2010: Pipedream Products[10][17]
  • 2011: California Exotic Novelties[9]

Parody Release of the Year[edit]

Parody Release of the Year-Comedy[edit]

Aiden Ashley at the 2012 XBIZ Award show

Parody Release of the Year-Drama[edit]

People's Choice Awards[edit]

Female Porn Star of the Year[edit]

Male Porn Star of the Year[edit]

Best New Starlet of the Year[edit]

Feature Movie of the Year[edit]

Gonzo Movie of the Year[edit]

Porn Parody of the Year[edit]

Porn Site of the Year[edit]

Porn Studio of the Year[edit]

Porn Director of the Year[edit]

Web Babe of the Year[edit]

Performer Comeback of the Year[edit]

Performer Showcase of the Year[edit]

Retail & Distribution/Wholesale[edit]

Retailer of the Year[edit]

  • 2009: Castle Megastores[17]
  • 2010: Hustler Hollywood[10][17]
  • 2011: Castle Megastores[9]

Retailer of the Year – Boutique[edit]

Retailer of the Year – Chain[edit]

Online Retailer of the Year – Full Range[edit]

Online Retailer of the Year – Pleasure Products[edit]

Online Retailer of the Year – Specialty[edit]

  • 2017: DallasNovelty.com[16]

Progressive Retailer of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Hustler Hollywood[16]

Distributor of the Year – Video[edit]

Wholesaler/Distributor of the Year – Full Range[edit]

  • 2011: IVD/East Coast News[9]
  • 2012: Eldorado[11]
  • 2013: International Video Distributors/East Coast News[12]
  • 2014: International Video Distributors/East Coast News[1][13]
  • 2015: IVD/East Coast News[14]

International Wholesaler/Distributor of the Year[edit]

  • 2013: Pink Cherry Wholesale[12]
  • 2014: Eropartner Distribution[1][13]
  • 2015: Scala Playhouse[14]
  • 2016: Eropartner Distribution[15]
  • 2017: Shots Media[16]

Progressive Distributor of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Eldorado Co.[16]

Wholesaler/Distributor of the Year – Pleasure Products[edit]

  • 2013: Entrenue[12]
  • 2014: Eldorado[1]
  • 2015: Eldorado Trading Company[14]
  • 2016: Eldorado Trading Company[15]
  • 2017: Eldorado Co.[16]

Wholesaler/Distributor of the Year – Specialty[edit]

  • 2011: Stockroom[9]
  • 2012: Paradise Marketing[11]
  • 2013: Paradise Marketing[12]
  • 2014: Entrenue[1]
  • 2015: XGEN Products[14]
  • 2016: XGEN Products[15]
  • 2017: Entrenue[16]

Screenplay of the Year[edit]

Sexpert of the Year[edit]

Sexual Health, Wellness & Enhancement[edit]

Sex Enhancement Product of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Crazy Girl Oral Sex Gel (Classic Erotica)[16]

Sex Lubricant of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Soul (Sliquid)[16]

Sex Lubricant Company of the Year[edit]

Sexual Health & Wellness Brand of the Year[edit]

Sexual Health & Wellness Product of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Lovelife krush (OhMiBod)[16]

Special Honorees[edit]

Advocate of the Year[edit]

  • 2006: Greg Piccionelli[17]

ASACP Service Recognition Award[edit]

The ASACP in the title refers to Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection:

Businessman of the Year[edit]

Businesswoman of the Year[edit]

Eros Progressive Business[edit]

  • 2011: Angelo Abela (Sexyland)[9]
  • 2012: Windsor Wholesale Australia & Swiss Navy[11]
  • 2013: Rob Godwin (Sexpo International, Australia)[12]

FSC Award[edit]

FSC Leadership[edit]

FSC Netizen[edit]

Honorary Legal[edit]

  • 2007: Jeffrey J. Douglas[17]

Industry Achievement[edit]

Industry Humanitarian Award[edit]

  • 2010: Steve Bryson (OrbitalPay)[10][17]

Industry Icon[edit]

Industry Innovator[edit]

Industry Leadership Award[edit]

  • 2017: Eric Paul Leue (Free Speech Coalition)[16]

Industry Pioneer[edit]

  • 2009: Ron Levi (CE Cash)[17]

Industry Pioneer Award – Movies & Production[edit]

Industry Pioneer Award – Novelty/Pleasure Products[edit]

  • 2012: Ron Braverman (Doc Johnson)[11]
  • 2014: Nick Orlandino (Pipedream Products)[1][13]
  • 2016: Martin Tucker (Topco Sales)[15]
  • 2017: Shay and Dan Martin (Vibratex)[16]

Industry Pioneer Award – Retail & Distribution[edit]

  • 2012: Mark Franks (Castle Megastore)[11]
  • 2014: Morton Hyatt (Komar Company)[1][13]
  • 2016: Ralph Caplan (Nalpac)[15]
  • 2017: Larry Garland (Eldorado)[16]

Industry Pioneer Award –Video[edit]

Industry Pioneer Award – Web & Technology[edit]

  • 2010: Greg Clayman and Chuck Tsiamis (VideoSecrets)[10]
  • 2012: Kim Nielsen (ATKingdom)[11]
  • 2014: György Gattyán (Adult Webmaster Empire)[1][13]
  • 2016: Ilan Bunimovitz (GameLink.com)[15]
  • 2017: Ron Cadwell (CCBill)[16]

Industry Service Award[edit]

Lifetime Achievement[edit]

Man of the Year[edit]

Outstanding Achievement[edit]

Special Memorial[edit]

  • 2009: Frank Cadwell, Joann Cadwell[17]

Woman of the Year[edit]

Specialty Release of the Year[edit]

  • 2012: Jessica Drake's Guide to Wicked Sex: Anal Edition (Wicked Pictures)[11]
  • 2013: Adam & Eve's Guide to the Kama Sutra (Adam & Eve Pictures)[12]
  • 2014: Kama Sutra (Marc Dorcel)[1][13]
  • 2015: Jessica Drake's Guide to Wicked Sex: Plus Size (Wicked Pictures)[14]
  • 2016: Amazing Sex Secrets: Better Orgasms (Adam & Eve Pictures)[15]
  • 2017: Nina Hartley's Guide to Exploring Open Relationships (Adam & Eve Pictures)[16]

Studio of the Year[edit]

Cam Studio of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Studio20[16]

European/Foreign Studio[edit]

Feature Studio[edit]

Fetish Studio[edit]

Gonzo Studio[edit]

New Studio[edit]

  • 2010: Sweet Sinner[10]
  • 2013: Hard Candy Films[12]
  • 2015: Airerose Entertainment[14]
  • 2016: ArchAngel[15]
  • 2017: Vixen.com[16]

Parody Studio[edit]

Vignette[edit]

Vignette Release of the Year[edit]

Vignette Series of the Year[edit]

Web & Tech[edit]

CPA Network of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: VIP Offers[16]

Innovative Web/Tech Company of the Year[edit]

Innovative Web/Tech Product of the Year[edit]

Mobile Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: SexGoesMobile[16]

Progressive Web Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Flirt4Free[16]

Software Company of the Year[edit]

Traffic Services Company of the Year – Europe[edit]

  • 2017: ExoClick[16]

Traffic Services Company of the Year – North America[edit]

  • 2017: JuicyAds[16]

VOD Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: AEBN/NakedSword[16]

Web Host of the Year[edit]

Web Solutions Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: ModelCentro[16]

Innovative Web/Tech Product of the Year[edit]

Progressive Web Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: Flirt4Free[16]

Software Company of the Year[edit]

Web Host of the Year[edit]

Web Solutions Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2017: ModelCentro[16]

Web Performances/Shows[edit]

Web Babe/Web Star of the Year[edit]

Web Show of the Year[edit]

  • 2005: RainMaker[17]

Web Solutions[edit]

Web Solutions Company of the Year[edit]

  • 2016: Too Much Media (NATS)[15]

Websites[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Multi-Genre[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – BDSM[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Dating[edit]

  • 2017: AdultFriendFinder.com[16]

Adult Site of the Year – Erotic[edit]

  • 2015: X-Art.com[14]
  • 2016: SexArt.com[15]
  • 2017: NubileFilms.com[16]

Adult Site of the Year –Fan Site[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Fetish[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – For Women[edit]

  • 2016: XConfessions.com[15]
  • 2017: Sssh.com[16]

Adult Site of the Year – Gay[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – MILF[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Niche[edit]

  • 2015: Blacked.com[14]
  • 2016: Blacked.com[15]
  • 2017: Tushy.com[16]

Adult Site of the Year – Photography[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Performer[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Retail[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Solo/All-Girl[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Specialty/Alternative[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Studio[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Trans[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Video[edit]

Adult Site of the Year – Video-on-Demand[edit]

  • 2017: AdultEmpire.com[16]

Adult Site of the Year – Virtual Reality[edit]

References[edit]

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