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Topgolf Seeks Piece of Sports Wagering in Deal With PointsBet

  • New Jersey ranges get gaming-friendly look in PointsBet deal
  • More TVs, odds displays aim to attract state’s online players
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Topgolf is turning to sports betting

Topgolf, whose upscale driving ranges have expanded to include entertainment of all sorts, is getting in on sports betting -- sort of.

At the company’s two locations in New Jersey, Topgolf will expand its sports bars in partnership with the state-regulated betting outfit PointsBet, adding more TVs and screens with odds. The bars will be rebranded with PointsBet logos, and special gambling offers will be available to Topgolf customers. Neither of the sites will actually take bets, though that’s not necessary anyway in a state that now lets gamblers place wagers on smartphones.