As BI's Alyson Shontell explains, the acceptance algorithm was built by the app's own tech team and scans social networks to ensure applicants are career-orientated.You don't have to be Ivy League, but you do have to be driven and to have accomplished something in your 20s.Along the Texas Gulf Coast, thunderstorms are expected.The League is a new dating app that uses its own algorithm to judge whether you're cool and ambitious enough to join.What sets The League apart from its counterparts is its reliance on Linked In to determine user credentials.Dating apps such as Tinder, Hinge, and Happn primarily use Facebook as a background check and profile-builder.It's predominantly populated by doctors, lawyers, and tech execs.
Periods of rain are likely from North Carolina to New England, but heavy rain is not expected.
Right now it's in beta stage, so not everyone can get into it.
Users who are allowed on often have advanced degrees, tend to be in their late 20s, and have all been carefully selected by creator Amanda Bradford's team using the code.
Those already on it can give one "ticket" to a single friend as a pass — and around 50% of members got on this way.
The League says its screening process keeps its online community "well-balanced and high-quality." Right now there are more than 75,000 people waiting to get into The League.
There is literally a virtual line of people waiting to be tested and accepted.