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Breezy House is a new content creator collective ready to disrupt social media with a way to monetize internet dares and challenges.

Sep 16 2021

Breezy House is a new content creator collective ready to disrupt social media with a way to monetize internet dares and challenges. Founded by TikTok creators Ace Ackers, Jacob Day, Jackson Dean, Bryce Parker, Eddie Preciado, and Kristian Ramey (a.k.a. the “Breezy Boys”), the content creator collective announced the launch of a new creator economy app, Dare Me, on Koji—the leading app store for social media creators. Followers and fans can post dares/challenges to a creator’s Dare Me app with the amount they’re willing to pay to see it completed, and other users can boost posted dares by donating more money to the challenge. The power is then left up to the creators to decide if they want to complete the requested challenge for a chance to win a pile of money. As if the internet needed more viral (not to mention absurd and sometimes dangerous) challenges, Breezy House sees the venture as a way of tapping into the creator economy and “provid[ing] a dedicated space to source challenges from our fans and create our own within the app.” (PR Newswire)