Freenudesex - Mobile dating space
Unlike its main dating app competitors, Hinge and Tinder, The League relies heavily on Linked In data moreso than Facebook data to investigate its aspiring members.
Once a user downloads the app, they are prompted to join a waitlist (which in some cities can be 20-30,000 users long) before being able to officially use the service.
In addition, there is a great deal of multi-homing in the mobile dating industry.
Mc Leod sees it, Tinder is the My Space of the mobile dating world and Hinge, the app he started, is the Facebook. And now, Mc Leod has a fresh round of funding to make that dream come true.
On Thursday, Hinge announced it has raised an additional $12 million, which will fund Hinge's already rapid expansion into new cities, including the launch of its first international outpost in London this February.
If users are “lucky”, they will find a serious relationship relatively quickly and have no further use for the platform at all.
The better The League is at doing its intended goal, the worse off it becomes because it loses members from its network and suffers from loss of advertising revenue (another primary source of revenue aside from premium membership fees).
This year alone, Hinge has expanded to 24 new cities, and it has experienced 500 percent growth in its user base since January.