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The lead actor is so awful it's practically unbelievable.

And he's not alone, oh no, he is matched by everyone else in the cast.

The League, a dating app that prides itself on selectiveness and requires members to be approved before joining, has traditionally taken expansion pretty slow.

Originally launched in early 2015, the app is still only in 7 cities – New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Washington D. But the startup just announced they are about to embark on a summer tour, adding 10 cities before the end of August.

The startup will also be hosting a launch party in each city, which they explained is a good way to show its new members that The League is more than a random app on your phone – and actually has a human and community element behind it.

This is especially important because a major component of The League’s monetization strategy is pairing you up with a real person (who they call a concierge) to help you perfect your dating profile, as well as advertising real-life events in your city.

A lot of data goes into deciding what cities The League expands to.

Instead of rolling out nationally on day one like other dating apps have done, they have focused on slowly adding cities to make sure they are the right ones to support the app.

That’s why each city has a waiting list that is already open today.

Since The League typically likes to launch a city with 2,000 “founding members”, and their approval rate is between 20-30%, a city needs about 10,000 people on the waitlist before it makes sense for the app to launch there.

So, either miss this completely, which would prob be a very sensible move, or, I refer you back to the first sentence in this review.