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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.
This week, Kelleher International - the largest, privately owned matchmaking company in the US - made headlines after ex-QVC boss Darlene Daggett took the service to court over a string of terrible dates.
The service, which has been linked to celebrities including Jennifer Aniston, reportedly introduced the head honcho to several unsuitable suitors - including a disgraced New York Supreme Court judge, a man who passed out from a heart ailment on their first date, and one potential partner who told her he was waiting on his terminally ill wife to die before he reentered the dating world.
The League is set to debut in mid-June in the Capital City.
As of June 7, more than 7,100 Houstonians have signed up to participate, only 20 to 30 percent of whom will eventually be accepted.
For recent launches in Chicago and Boston, the service accepted an initial 'class' of 2,000 users.
If you’re interested in attending one of the parties, you’ll need to sign up here.
The app, which launched in 2015, already is available in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, London, and Washington.
The League isn’t as simple as downloading the app, according to Business Insider.