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Can I host adult content on Crowdcast?
Can I host adult content on Crowdcast?

Running NSFW / 18+ events? We have some guidelines for you to review first.

Updated over a week ago

Yes, we support adult content creators! We use the term “adult content” to designate content that ventures into R-rated or mature territory. Crowdcast is a place where all types of creators come to stream their live content. We are here to support your creativity. However, we need to ensure content is sensitive to all of our users of all ages who are watching events on Crowdcast.

What types of adult content can I host?


✅ You can post nude content of both real and fictional subjects.

🚫 You cannot share content involving minors.

🚫 You cannot share intimate photos or videos of someone produced or distributed without their consent.


🚫 You cannot share pornographic material or offer sexual services on Crowdcast. We define pornography as "real or fictional people engaging in sexual acts such as masturbation or sexual intercourse on camera."

Please thoroughly review our mature content guidelines to ensure your events are permissible. Violation of our guidelines or any other terms of service could result in immediate suspension or removal of your account.

How can I host mature content?

If you’re confident that your content does not violate our mature content guidelines, you can mark your channel as NSFW from within your channel settings.

You can distribute your channel and event URLs on social media, Patreon, etc., but they will not be found in direct searches on Crowdcast.

Can I charge for mature content?

Yes, you can! Please note that our payment system, Stripe, restricts payments for adult content. This means that you cannot accept any payments directly through Crowdcast.

If you would like to accept tips, you can set up a call-to-action button on your event which links out to another payment collection site. Here's how to set up the Call-to-Action button.

If you have a Patreon account and are running Patron-only events, your payments will come through Patreon and not Stripe.

Important Notes

  • Curious about a type of content that’s not listed here? You can view a complete list of what we allow within our community guidelines.

  • Your events will not show up on our homepage or when someone searches in Discover.

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