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WHO IS Break?  

Break.com formerly known as Big-boys.com is an entertainment and humor website founded in 1998. The site features comedy videos, flash games, and images etc.



Break.com is a user-generated digital entertainment network offering funny, original short-form content to millions of Internet users across the world.  The site also offers advertisers chances to market directly to a young, male demographic.



Break.com empowers its audience to become viral content providers by offering them a platform to upload, distribute and monetize their original content. Break.com users get paid to upload videos to their sharing network. For those who are good at making funny viral video content they are able to make between $400 to $600. Users whose content makes it to the sites home page get cash offers from the company. Videos that are exclusive to their network get bigger payouts than those being shared elsewhere.



Break.com was founded in 1998 as Big-boys.com.

In January 2006, Break.com introduced a new file hosting system for its users to share their files.

In August 2006, Break.com and Showtime partnered to promote Weeds by encouraging users to upload original videos matching the themes of the show

In March 2007, Break.com signed a contract with NBCU Digital Studios to develop a streaming broadband series that would be featured on the site but be titled Breakers.

In April 2007, the site made a deal with Fear Factor and Big Brother producer Endemol USA to create a new show called Record Breakers.

In July 2008, the site was one of the 300 most viewed sites globally.

In July 2009, they partnered up with G4's Web Soup for their "This Week In FAIL" segment.

In February 2010, they purchased the PC game mod hosting network FileFront.com, which was previously owned by Ziff Davis Media.

In March 2018, Break.com mysteriously disabled all comments, user uploads and user pages on their site, putting an end to any kind of user interaction or participation.

On November 6, 2018, parent company Defy Media declared that it was terminating all operations.

As of April 2019, they came back online under the ownership of Vietnamese-based Yeah1 Network.


Break.com allows the unique viral videos to appear up on the websites home page. This helps increase the views.



Create or find unique content and try to keep it exclusive to break.com website.

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