Ticketed Spaces policy

Thank you for taking the time to learn about Twitter’s policy for Ticketed Spaces on Twitter. Through Ticketed Spaces, you can generate revenue from the Spaces you host by enabling your supporters to purchase tickets. 

In order to ensure that people and organizations can participate in the public conversation freely and safely, we have a set of policies all hosts of Ticketed Spaces must adhere to, including eligibility requirements and content and conduct requirements.

Note: We anticipate learning from our beta launch of Ticketed Spaces, and will update this policy based on learnings.

Beta eligibility requirements

Beta eligibility requirements for hosts of Ticketed Spaces are defined below. These requirements have been developed to ensure that beta participants can derive the utmost value from the feature, reduce likelihood of conduct and content related harms for people on Twitter, and enable learning and iteration on the feature and policy in the future.

Note: Meeting these requirements does not guarantee acceptance as a Ticketed Space host.

  • You are 18 years of age or older.
  • You have a complete profile with an account name, a bio, a profile picture, and a header image.
  • You have a verified email address. Learn how to verify your email address.
  • You have secured your account by enabling two-factor authentication. Learn how to enable two-factor authentication.
  • You do not have a history of repeatedly violating the Twitter user agreement or Twitter’s Content monetization standards.
  • You have not previously been removed as an advertiser on Twitter for violations of our Ads policies or as a publisher on Twitter for violations of our brand safety policies
  • Your profile does not feature the identity of another person, brand, or organization, nor does it use a fake identity that is intended to deceive others. Profiles that feature animals or fictional characters are ineligible, unless directly affiliated with your brand or organization. Parody and fan accounts are not eligible for Ticketed Spaces. 
  • Your account is not a state-affiliated media account.
  • You maintain 1,000 active followers or more. 
  • You have hosted at least 3 Spaces within the last 30 days. 

Ticketed Spaces is currently only open to U.S. creators. Twitter prohibits individuals and entities from using Ticketed Spaces in violation of applicable laws, regulations, and/or the Ticketed Spaces creator terms.

Conduct and content requirements

  • Your conduct and content must be in compliance with the Twitter user agreement, including Twitter Rules. Among other requirements drawn out of Twitter Rules:
  • You must not request money or engagements in exchange for content or behavior that is (a) illegal, or (b) physically, psychologically, informationally, or economically harmful to you, other people or animals. In other words, soliciting money or engagements in exchange for illegal or harmful content or behavior is prohibited. 
  • You must not engage in fraud or deception. Do not mislead people into engaging with or compensating you. This includes not misleading people about which people or what entities are receiving compensation associated with your profile.
  • You must only monetize content that is original and authentic, or otherwise content that you have the rights to monetize. If you share third party content (as background audio, for example, in a Ticketed Space), you must have the appropriate legal rights to do so. 


Enforcement philosophy

All hosts of Ticketed Spaces must comply with the requirements described and referenced on this page. Should you violate any one of these requirements, act in a manner directly counter to Twitter’s purpose or principles, or otherwise act in a way we deem potentially harmful to Twitter or its customers, we may take some or all of the enforcement actions outlined below.

Eligibility requirement enforcement
If you do not meet eligibility requirements, you will not be able to host a Ticketed Space. If you are initially accepted to host a Ticketed Space but later Twitter finds that you do not meet eligibility requirements, we may pause your ability to participate

Conduct and content requirement enforcement
Depending on context, severity, and history of violative behavior, we may:

  • Limit amplification of your Ticketed Space via algorithmic recommendations to accounts that do not follow you. 
  • Pause or permanently revoke your ability to participate as a host of a Ticketed Space.
  • Pause or permanently revoke your access to other Twitter products that enable people to support you with their money. 
  • Pause or permanently revoke your access to Twitter. 

If your account is compromised
If we detect that your account may be compromised, we will disable monetization features temporarily until your account is restored. 


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