The League The League is a dating app people love to hate. It's billed as Tinder for elites — a "curated" community of single people who aspire to become one half of a power couple.
Founded by a Stanford gradit's super exclusive and reportedly has a waiting list of more thanIvy league matchmaking service who are eager to meet Ivy League-educated, successful, Msds dihydrogen monoxide attractive prospects. Thanks to a friend who earned VIP status on the app, a leagie weeks ago I got in and took a look around — but it didn't really live up to the hype.
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Keep reading to see what it was like. Plus, I've always servixe If everyone on The League is so great, why are they still single?
If you're Ivy-educated, good-looking, and successful and none of the other million dating sites wervice worked for you yet, I don't see why this one would. Tech Insider. Check mark icon A check mark. It indicates a confirmation of your intended interaction.