CHEDDAR - Apr 18 - Hesam Hosseini, CEO of Match told Cheddar Friday that despite being stuck at home, people are still looking to mingle. Many couples have been trying 'video dates' to connect with each other, although the CEO said couples started trying that method even before the coronavirus outbreak began. "Video has been around within dating, but adoption has been pretty low. We ran a survey and during COVID-19 we found that ~70% of singles are now interested in trying video, which is what led us to launch Vibe Check on Match," he said. Vibe Check is an in-app video calling service that allows singles to safely video chat with each other before deciding whether to exchange phone numbers. Hosseini thinks video dating will last after the pandemic is over.