Leading cross-platform, user-generated digital entertainment network Break.com today announced that Mark Peppard is November’s grand prize winner of $1,500 for his hilarious stop-motion animation clip, “Drunk Legoman,” the second in a three-part series cataloging the escapades of “Legoman.”
Each month, thousands of Break.com content submitters vie for a chance to win the large cash prizes, with all creators of posted content earning $100 – this is in addition to the massive exposure Break.com generates through the ten million unique users who visit the site each month.
“Break.com congratulates Mark for his clip, ‘Drunk Legoman,’” said Break.com CEO Keith Richman. “This is Mark’s second win, and it’s amazing he won again as the clips overall keep getting better and funnier as we experience a jump in our site traffic and user submissions. The cash prizes combined with the massive exposure we offer create extraordinary opportunities for both casual and serious filmmaker alike.”
All user-submitted content, including video clips and short films, are reviewed by Break.com for entertainment value and then posted to Break.com. Visitors are invited to rate the content on a scale of 1 to 10, and the creator of the highest-rated video wins the cash prize!
Break.com does not promote or condone any illicit, illegal, obscene, pornographic, dangerous or exploitative acts of any kind. Contestants are advised to carefully review the terms and conditions set forth in the Contest Submission Form.
Founded in 1998, Break.com is the Internet’s leading cross-platform, user-generated digital entertainment network offering funny, original short-form content to millions of Internet users and mobile subscribers around the world. With more than ten million unique monthly visitors tuning in to enjoy the Web’s largest and rapidly growing library of original videos and images, Break.com offers advertisers tremendous opportunities to market directly to a young, male demographic. Break.com empowers its audience to become content providers with an easy to use platform that allows them to upload, distribute and monetize their original content, whether it is homegrown or commercial-grade. Break.com is currently ranked as the 330th largest site in the world by Alexa.com, and shows greater than 95,000,000 video clips monthly.