Despite all the jazz and the controversies surrounding The League, the main premise of the app is to create perfect matches for career-driven individuals who have no time to deal with people that are less driven than them. They wanted the perfect partners who would understand their drive, passion, and ambition with the intelligence to match. As Bradford would say, this app is created to match power couples.
With that in mind, the app has been made to be particularly selective in order to provide driven individuals with equally or even more passionate partners. With their rigorous vetting process, only a few are granted access which ultimately leads to a lesser number of members to be matched with.
You will only get a limited number of matches per day. If these few matches do not suit your preference, you can opt to purchase League Tickets. How do these tickets work? These tickets speed up the entire matching process by providing you with an extra batch of prospects to scout.
To further optimize your League experience, you can opt to become a member by paying the membership fees. To have more daily matches and see read receipts, you must pay the price of being a League Member or a League Owner. Being a member or an owner grants you access to the app's special features such as ticket allotment, VIP passes, etc.
Joining League Groups is also a highlight feature. A League Group is where the elites go to gather and chill out. They can interact within these groups, arrange a hang, and meet in real life. Events are commonly organized within these groups.
One of the famous groups on this site is the one made by the CEO, Bradford, herself. She created a group where women can talk, share opinions, and knowledge on freezing their eggs. Since some of the hot topics usually thrown at successful and ambitious women professionals are choosing between love and career, and outrunning the biological clock, this is a space where women can comfortably talk about their opinions regarding those matters.
The most common League Groups are named, “Nantucketers,” “Hamptons Crew,” “Brunch Lovers,” “Golf Buddies,” “Yacht Week,” and “World Travelers & Road Warriors,” which more or less says about what kind of people hang around here.
If these features entice you and the accompanying price tags are reasonable enough for your pockets, investing in this app can surely make the League experience all the more enjoyable.