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With 35 percent of new marriages and 45 percent of couples meeting online, the dating app industry is getting more competitive.
The League, an exclusive dating app targeted at educated professionals, launched in Scottsdale earlier this month with users. The company is taking an untraditional approach to dating apps by allowing a select group of people to use the app, who must pass an application process, not unlike applying for college.
Once someone sends in an application, they may sit on a waitlist for months before being admitted or getting admittance immediately. I wanted to never EVER hear a woman be worried that her educational achievements or career ambition would be a turn-off.
Meredith Davis, head of communications at the League, said the exclusive nature of the app is meant to create a more equal dating experience for women. The app works by requiring users to link their Facebook and LinkedIn profiles when they apply to be a member of the League app.
Applications that pass the initial algorithm are reviewed by a person who judges whether someone will qualify to be on the league, Davis said. The top companies are Intel, Yelp and Vanguard.
Davis said the League wants to create a community where people can connect with people who share the same level of drive as them. You are curating your life because you want to be surrounded by likeminded, similar people who are also career-focused and ambitious. You apply with your SAT score, you apply with your extracurriculars and you apply with your grades.
You are presenting yourself on paper. We understand that there is a flaw in the system and some great people do slip through the cracks. The league has a different user experience compared to typical dating apps.
Instead of swiping right on profiles, users are matched with people based on their preferences. Users are able to set very specific preferences for those they want to be matched with including education, distance, height, age, religion and ethnicity.
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Because elite universities are dominated by white and high income students, critics of the app say it promotes a lack of diversity, but Davis said the human reviewed application process allows the League to create a diverse group. Users that do not return messages or are infrequently active get kicked back to the waitlist.
Davis said users are not using these preferences to discriminate against potential matches.