Livestreams have become a growing part of TikTok’s platform. Now the company is introducing new age restrictions on the format.

TikTok isn't just for teens anymore, as zoomers are growing up and it's trying not to be The platform wants to graduate with its user base. TikTok is introducing an adults-only option for live streamers who want to restrict their viewers to those 18 and older.

It's possible that a comedy routine is better suited for people over 18. The company wrote in its Monday news release that a host may talk about a difficult life experience and they would feel more comfortable.

The move to age restrict some content on the platform is unlikely to make TikTok the next only fan. Most of the content on the platform is banned. Nudity, pornography, and sexually explicit content are not allowed in the company.

The new announcement doesn't suggest that the guidelines will be different for adults only. Gizmodo reached out to TikTok for further clarification, but didn't get a response. The site says explicit content isn't allowed, but it doesn't mean it doesn't show up TikTok has struggled with moderation in the past, and videos that should be banned based on community guidelines often slip through the cracks.

There are a number of changes to the livestream feature. Users will now be able to include up to five guests. The app will be sending reminders and suggestions to creators who want to moderate their own livestream commenters.

Another age related change was announced by the company. Adult users will soon be able to stream. The age limit for TikTokers will go up to 18 on November 23.

TikTok didn't fully explain the change in its company blogpost, just describing the shift as an extension of its already-existing in-app graduated age restrictions The company didn't respond to the questions immediately.

The updated age restriction on who can stream was listed under the heading, "our ongoing work to keep our community safe."

TikTok's business model and interface now include live streaming. Over the past two years, TikTok's online ad business has grown at a faster rate than live streaming revenue.

TikTok doesn't share ad revenue with creators so streaming is one of the best ways to make money. The company took from so-called "gifts" and "tip" given to streamers on the platform. An investigation by the British Broadcasting Corporation found that TikTok and middle men were pocketing up to 70% of the money raised by refugees begging on the platform.