I know that this might sound daft......But wgt is a business which runs to make money, so why would they want to lose at least 50% of there revenue. Just me thinking out loud.
People make many assumptions about WGT. The first assumption is that most of their revenue stream is from people purchasing credits. We have no idea if this is true since "free" credits are available from advertisers and we are not privy to their P & L statements.
Another assumption is that WGT , either computer or mobile version, is growing. We don't have any idea of how many people who are registered actually play. Yet another assumption might be that Topgolf purchased WGT for the extra income that WGT would add to Topgolf's bottom line. Here's the rub with these ideas: Topgolf is investing heavily in opening new venues but nothing really new is being unveiled for WGT.
If we were to think of WGT as part of an R & D arm of a larger corporation that was a heavy user of technology; we might get a better idea of where WGT might end up. An assumption on my part is that WGT has a place in Topgolf's stable of companies that has little to do with profits and more to do with ideas that can be used by other arms of the company. As WGT players, we are just along for the ride and have no control over where we are going.