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Enhanced Games set to film documentary in effort to educate public on steroids

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The Enhanced Games have received tons of backlash for what has seemingly been called a lack of safety and concern for athletes' health.

The games, of course, are an Olympic-styled event that will allow the use of performance-enhancing drugs.

Dr. Aron D'Souza, the event's founder, has long preached that his idea of sports will actually make competition more safe and fair, and he feels a behind-the-scenes look will convince viewers.

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General view of swimming lane markers at a pool (Simon Bruty/Anychance/Getty Images)

"We had over 50 documentary film production companies approach us. Oscar winners, Emmy winners, the whole nine yards. The biggest studios in the world, the most important directors. Flattering, of course," he told Fox News Digital in a recent interview. "But the most important thing for us is educating the public. Educating the public about the potential of scientific enhancements and how it can be done safely and make sport better and more fair. We felt that a documentary was a great way to make that happen."

D'Souza said the documentary also comes with a casting call "to find the 10 faces of the first games who will feature in the docuseries."

"All the story-telling of the Enhanced Games will be about the athlete; the struggles, the opportunities and the journey of the athlete. Ultimately, I’ll be honest, viewers don’t care about who I am. I’m just a CEO," D'Souza said. 

View of hurdles at a track and field event (C. Morgan Engel/NCAA Photos via Getty Images)

Australian Olympic swimmer James Magnussen committed to the event long ago, and D'Souza has put out a $1 million

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