The League, an elitist and highly selective dating app for successful singles, is clearly not for everyone.
Calling itself the "Tinder for elites," the app launched in San Francisco earlier this year, and a few months ago it launched in New York City.
For example, there is Tinder and other dating apps created for easy hook-ups, while JDate is for specific religions. And the LGBTQ community has found a home in Grindr and Zoosk.
The League is a social and dating mobile application launched in 2015 and available in several cities in the United States on i OS and Android.
Those are some of our takeaways after attending The League’s launch party on a warm summer evening Wednesday at the Olympic Rooftop Pavilion in Ballard.
Founded in 2014, the startup differentiates itself from the bevy of dating apps with a vetting process that scrutinizes a candidate’s education, career, and ambition.
It is a members-only swiping app aimed at professionals, with acceptance and matches based on Linked In and Facebook profiles.
They can chat with matches, and add photos and information about themselves.