Twitter Ticketed Spaces began to be deployed to iOS users. Ticketed Spaces allow creators to generate revenue from the Spaces – live audio rooms – they host by charging a sort of ticket price. It first announced Ticketed Spaces in June, when it opened apps for users who wanted to test the feature. Now it looks like a broader implementation is taking place. Twitter says it hopes to release it to everyone soon. Creators receive up to 97 percent of the revenue earned from tickets purchased in their ticketed spaces until they reach a certain milestone.
Twitter through your official Spaces account announced which is launching Ticketed Spaces for iOS users. This will allow qualified users to monetize the Spaces they host. Creators can charge anywhere between $1 (about Rs. 74) and $999 (about Rs. 73,500) for their Space, of which up to 97 percent will be given to the creator with Twitter keeping three percent. However, after the creator reaches $50,000 (about Rs. 36.74 lakhs) in lifetime earnings that combine Ticketed Spaces and Super Follows, they will be able to keep up to 80% after platform fees on in-app purchases.
Ticketed Spaces allow creators to invite between five and 100 people who can be reminded that a new Space is happening with push and in-app notifications.
In its post, Twitter said it is “trying” iOS only for now, which suggests that all iOS users may not have access to Ticketed Spaces. And it’s not clear when the feature will be released to Android users.
For now, there is a set of Minimum requirements to be eligible to host ticketed spaces. Breeders must be 18 years or older. They must have a complete profile with an account name, a biography, a profile photo and a header image. Your email address must be verified and your account must be secured with two-factor authentication. The account must also maintain 1,000 active followers or more and must have hosted at least three Spaces in the last 30 days. Ticket spaces are only available in the US from now on.
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