A new exclusive dating app is making its way to the Central Coast.
The League, a dating app that matches career-oriented singles based on their Facebook and LinkedIn profiles, goes live in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo on October 23.
Moderators vet each profile to make sure users meet a certain standard with regards to their employment and education.
Users who receive an invitation or pay an additional fee can fastrack to the front of the waitlist. So far, 2,582 people have signed up for The League on the Central Coast.
Once users are accepted onto the platform, they can search for potential matches based on height, ethnicity, religion and profession.
The dating service initially launched in 2015 in San Francisco and New York and has expanded to more territories.
The League has drawn controversy as critics call it elitist. Founder Amanda Bradford has responded to criticism in the past by saying that the platform is designed to pair more serious and accomplished people together.