The company plans to host 200 events per month across the United States by September.
"I think we're going to be the largest events company in the world, with the exception of maybe the Olympics," Ginsberg said.
But not all dating websites are opting for meet-up apps and events.
EHarmony, which relies on an in-depth questionnaire about personality traits, said its method has been a success and cites the 542 marriages a day that it claims resulted from a meeting on its website.
"We know that it works very well," said Jeremy Verba, eHarmony's CEO, adding that offline eHarmony events would not work with the way does its compatibility matching.
"eHarmony is focused on getting our members to meaningful offline meetings with people who are deeply compatible," Verba said. "We are not about creating large scale happy hours."
Despite their different approaches the aim of all dating websites is the same -- getting compatible people together, offline.
"Online dating is a funny kind of misnomer, because people don't actually date online," Ginsberg said.
That part, no matter how it's facilitated, still happens in person.
(Editing by Patricia Reaney)