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18:36  19 november  2019
18:36  19 november  2019 Source:   gizmodo.com.au

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The League , a dating app that requires LinkedIn verification to join, is launching its version of speed dating next month: two-minute video dates that take It ’ s called League Live, and the company will allow people to opt in to the video dates , which take place at 9PM local time on Sundays starting on

How does the League dating app work? The app already touts its exclusivity with a waitlist and vetting In my experience, there were several days at a time during which I didn’t get any matches. Just as other dating apps have played with features aimed at fostering friendship and community

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The League dating app—which filters users to make sure they’re in the right league—has decided to mess around with video speed dating.

Since the League launched in 2015, it has garnered the reputation as the dating app for social status-focused snobs. “While your mother may call you picky, we call you self-aware,” the app’s site explains. “We’ll do the vetting so you can do the petting.”

Now the app is launching a feature that caters to people who are too busy hustling and social climbing to go on actual physical dates.

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The League Dating App Requirements. According to its founder Amanda Bradford, the Most of the app ’s users are in consulting, finance, or tech, with some other fields like the fashion industry growing in number. The League makes it easy to do by sending your matches at the same time every day.

Make sure your LinkedIn headline is current. Make sure the title you use makes sense to someone • Obviously, potential dates on The League come vetted. They’re more professionally-minded than • The League doesn’t like flakiness, so users who don’t login for a long time or consistently don’t

Starting on December 1, some League users will be able to try League Live. The feature automatically connects pairs of participating users, based on their mutual preferences, for two-minute video-chatting dates.

According to the Verge, each person gets three of these dates back-to-back, with each session prompted by an ice-breaker. If both users like each other then the app will connect them and allow them to continue chatting. League Live will reportedly only happen at 9 pm on Sundays.

CEO Amanda Bradford told the Verge that early tests showed the feature was popular among users who are 35 to 40-years-old—possibly because they have less time to get sucked into an evening with someone who may not be able to hold a conversation. She also said the feature was useful for users who don’t live in heavily populated cities and may have to travel farther for dates.

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If investing in making The League the best dating app on the planet isn’t your thing, you can Because we stress quality over quantity, each of the profiles on the app is personally reviewed prior As a result, getting into The League takes some time . There’s also a number of people who have

Alluring, and controversial due to its elitism, the app is currently only available in New York and San League members who don't login for more two weeks will be kicked out. So will users who The concierge's words are in my head the entire time : league members who don't consistently respond

Bradford told the Verge that only users who have a good “League Score”— which is based on app activity, profile completion, and whether or not the user has been reported—will be able to use League Live.

The League did not respond to a Gizmodo request for comment on its plans to expand its video dating efforts.

Earlier this year when China’s top internet dating site Jiayuan started experimenting with video streaming, we said it was only a matter of time before dating apps in the US started making users face-time with potential hookups. With apps like Bumble, Tinder, and Hinge, trying new ways to keep horny people logged-on, it’s becoming increasingly likely that the future of online dating will start to look like Chatroulette.

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