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  • The League upgrades with elite dating parties
  • The League upgrades with elite dating parties
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The League upgrades with elite dating parties

Dating apps can be a bit of a wild west – Tinder doesn’t apply quality control and who knows who you might 'Happn' across. The latest in a rash of apps offering a more curated approach to romance is The League, and now it's taking its services offline with exclusive real-world mixers.

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