Dating site for health professionals
The app currently caters to San Francisco-area singles.
However, Bradford said it will be launched in other cities based on wait-list signups.
The goal is to pull together a “well-balanced and high-quality” community of members who have been screened and are serious about dating. “If those are the two communities where you’re most likely to meet your mate, those are all heavily curated,” she told the site.
“We're not saying Tinder doesn't have its uses (hello Vegas! The League’s beta phase started with 1,000 young professionals in the Bay Area.
Today about 82% of its users have earned a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctorate degree.
Elite Singles was founded around 2002 and was one of the first dating websites specifically for highly educated daters and those who admire them.New York is one of the top contenders, along with London and Los Angeles.“We hit a really strong need in the market that wasn’t being met,” Bradford told Tech Crunch. A highly selective dating app that aims to match up “smart, busy and ambitious” singles has raised .1 million just two months after launching in San Francisco, and it could be coming to your city.The League, which was created by Amanda Bradford, “curates” users based on information from their Linked In and Facebook profiles. Critics have labeled The League as elitist and classist, but Bradford explained to Tech Crunch that the app mirrors places where people often meet their spouses offline, including college and the workplace.