Company InformationThe League was founded on June 2014. The company is based in San Francisco, CA, USA . The number of employees in The League is less than 50. The league is a dating applications that matches users based on similarities.
Funding & investorsThe League has received 3 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $2.3M.
- Allen DeBevoise (Angel)
- Structure Capital (Micro vc)
- Cowboy Ventures (Micro vc)
- Roman Feola (Angel)
- Jon Vlassopulos (Angel)
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The League - Blog
- Ask The League: Is it okay to discuss emotionally vulnerable topics like the recent death of a loved one on a first date?
- The Unreal Thing: Lessons From Famous Fictitious Couples
- For some League Love couples, their partner was their first match or first date on the app
- Sending The First Message: 5 Flirty Texts To Kick Off A Chat With A Match
- Lloyd & Erik Ocean: Something Special
- Ask The League: I’m open to dating someone who has kids. Should I write that in my bio?
While it is true that you don’t want to dwell too much on the sad things in life, at least not if you want to make a romantic connection, there’s not necessarily anything wrong with talking about real stuff… even on a first date. I had a GREAT first date a couple of years back. My date and I played ... Read MoreThe post Ask The League: Is it okay to discuss emotionally vulnerable topics like the recent death of a loved one on a first date? appeared first on The League.
written by dating expert, Connell Barrett In honor of Valentine’s Day, here are seven famous fictional couples who have something to teach us about true love. As a dating coach with The League, I see Valentine’s Day as the perfect time to learn lessons about romance, courtesy of a few iconic couples from literature, film, and TV. Here’s some real wisdom ... Read MoreThe post The Unreal Thing: Lessons From Famous Fictitious Couples appeared first on The League.
In honor of Valentine’s day, we wanted to share some League Love with you. Like the stories you are about to read, on The League, your first (and forever) match just might arrive in your first batch! #endofbadfirstdates Emilie & Rylan “Like proper millennials, we met on the League- this was the first date either of us had been on ... Read MoreThe post For some League Love couples, their partner was their first match or first date on the app appeared first on The League.
In dating, why does it always feel difficult to figure out what to say or text? We tend to get shoved in our heads before sending that first text message. Why? We try too hard to be witty or clever. Wit is wonderful, but that opening text message doesn’t have to be brilliant. You don’t need to be Shakespeare. You ... Read MoreThe post Sending The First Message: 5 Flirty Texts To Kick Off A Chat With A Match appeared first on The League.
Photo Credit: Jonny Aperture “In April 2018, Erik Simpanen was a graduate student at Brown living in Providence, R.I., when he swiped right on the dating app the League. He matched with Lloyd Mullings, a graduate student at Boston College Law School who swiped in the same direction.” -New York Times, Mini Vows In your own words, tells us your League Love ... Read MoreThe post Lloyd & Erik Ocean: Something Special appeared first on The League.
Absolutely! Your League profile is basically a digital ad, and anything that makes you stand out from the competition gives your “ad” an edge—a unique selling point. End your “About Me” section with something like, “I like kids and am open to dating a single [mom or dad].” Odds are, you’ll start to rack up more matches because you appeal ... Read MoreThe post Ask The League: I’m open to dating someone who has kids. Should I write that in my bio? appeared first on The League.