What license does this font use?
This font (and all our fonts) are licensed very generously by our type designers under the OFL — the Open Font License, which means it's open-source.
What does open-source mean?
It means you're allowed to download & install for free, modify it if you want to (as long as any mofications also follow the same rules), and use it for personal and/or commercial work.
There's a license in the download so you can read all the legal speak, but essentially the only restrictions are that you can't say you made it if you didn't, and you can't sell either the fonts themselves or access to them.
So I can use this for commerical work?
Sure can, you can use this both personal & commercial work.
You can sell stuff that uses the fonts and include these fonts in stuff you sell — as long as you aren't selling the fonts themselves, or selling access to them.
Do I need to credit The League / the designers in my work?
We would love that! It's not absolutely necessary, especially for things like logos, but if you have the ability to include a shout out and link back to us in a description or code comment or something — you should!
How do I purchase a license/seats for my company?
Actually, you don't have to — because it's open-source, you're allowed to use it without cost as long as you follow the rules laid out in the license.
However, companies who would otherwise be spending budget on fonts are in a great position to contribute to help keep what we're doing going, and we're happy to supply invoices for your records on request. Contributions go towards keeping The League afloat & funding new work & new typefaces.