Trying to figure out how to download and export your bet history from FanDuel Sportsbook?
It seems like this functionality would be provided by FanDuel as a standard option for users. But it’s not.
Fortunately, there is an easy solution to download your bet history on FanDuel.
Easy Way to Download and Export FanDuel Bet History
The solution to download your FanDuel bet history is by installing the Bet Downloader by Sportsbook Scout Chrome Extension.
The Bet Downloader will allow you to download your entire FanDuel Sportsbook bet history and export to a CSV or sync your bets to Track, a bet tracking and analysis tool by Sportsbook Scout.
Advantages of Using the Bet Downloader
The Bet Downloader has many advantages over alternatives:
- Saves time and avoids errors compared to manually tracking bets
- Data is standardized so there is no need to adjust the raw data
- You don’t need to expose your sportsbook login credentials to any 3rd party, keeping your account secure
- You have full control over your data and flexibility to analyze the data as you see fit
- You can customize and extend the data using other data sources or custom calculations
How to Use the Bet Downloader Chrome Extension
To use the Bet Downloader Chrome Extension, follow these easy steps:
- Download the Bet Downloader by Sportsbook Scout from the Google Chrome Extension store
- Click on the Chrome Extension
- Sign up or log in to Sportsbook Scout (required)
- Log in to FanDuel Sportsbook
- Click on the Bet Downloader Chrome extension and click “Sync” under the FanDuel section
- Click the “Export to CSV” button to download your FanDuel Sportsbook bet history
- Click “Sync” to sync these bets with the bet analysis tool (optional)
There are two options to view your bet history: CSV and importing the bet history to Track.
The CSV export will give you the necessary detail on each bet to perform your own analysis/tracking in a tool like Microsoft Excel.
If you want automated tracking and analysis, you can import these bets into Track to see instant analysis without any additional work on your end.
FanDuel Bet Downloader CSV Export to Excel Definitions
If you download the CSV, you will see many columns of data. See below for definitions of each column:
|FanDuel Bet History Column Name||Definition|
|External Bet ID||The unique ID for each bet. Note that any bet with multiple legs (parlay, teaser, round robin, etc.) will have multiple rows for each bet. See the Primary definition for more.|
|Bet Date Time||The date time of when you placed your bet in Eastern Standard Time (EST)|
|Bet Type||The type of bet as categorized by FanDuel Sportsbook|
|Bet Amount||The amount of money wagered|
|Bet Settled||Whether or not the bet has been settled by FanDuel Sportsbook|
|Event Name||Name of the event that was bet on (ex: New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys)|
|League||The league of the event that was bet on (ex: NFL)|
|Bet Selection||What was bet on (ex: Dallas Cowboys)|
|Market Name||The market of the bet selection (ex: Spread)|
|Leg Handicap||The handicap of the bet (if necessary). This will be a positive or negative numbers and will populate for bets like spreads, totals, etc. (ex: -7.5 for a spread, 45 for a total, etc.)|
|Teaser Points||If the bet was a teaser, this represents how many points you used to tease (ex: 6 point teaser = 6)|
|Bet American Odds||The American Odds of the bet (ex: -110)|
|Bet Decimal Odds||The Decimal odds of the bet (ex: 1.91)|
|Leg American Odds||The American odds of the specific leg of a bet|
|Leg Decimal Odds||The Decimal odds of the specific leg of a bet|
|Multi Bet American Odds||The final American odds of a bet if there was more than 1 leg|
|Multi Bet Decimal Odds||The final Decimal odds of a bet if there was more than 1 leg|
|Leg Result||The result (Won/Lost/Draw/Void) of the leg|
|Bet Result||The final result of the entire bet|
|Payout||The amount paid out for the bet|
|Potential Payout||The potential amount that could have been paid out on the bet if it won|
|Leg Bet Type||The type of bet for the specific leg as categorized by FanDuel Sportsbook|
|Leg Event Date||The starting date/time of the event for the leg in Eastern Standard Time (EST)|
|Bet Settled Date||The date time the bet was settled in Eastern Standard Time (EST)|
|Same Game Parlay||A true/false to tell you if a bet was a Same Game Parlay|
|State||The state the bet was placed in (Ex: Illinois)|
|Primary||Assigns a single leg of a bet as Primary to allow for accurate accounting. If you do not filter to Primary = 1, then you will duplicate metrics such as Bet Amount, Payout, Potential Payout, etc. Any manual analysis will need to have this data filtered to Primary = 1 in order to be accurate.|
What You Can Do with Your FanDuel Bet History
Analyzing your sports betting performance is the only way to ensure you are improving as a bettor.
If you don’t have an accurate record of your bets, you are basically guessing as to what works and what doesn’t.
An accurate log of your FanDuel bet history will give you the ability to analyze your performance on many key categories:
- Bets by League (NFL, NBA, etc.)
- Bets by Side/Team (New York Yankees, LA Lakers, etc.)
- Bets by Bet Type (single, parlay, round robin, etc.)
- Bets by Bet Category (spread, moneyline, total, props)
- Bets by Odds range (ex: -200 to -150, etc.)
In combination with these dimensions, you will also be able to calculate key metrics to determine your effectiveness:
- Number of Bets Placed
- Amount Wagered
Why You Need Your FanDuel Bet History
Winning bettors often bet at multiple sportsbooks. Tracking performance by each sportsbook individually doesn’t make sense as you want to see your entire view across bets at all sportsbooks.
Using the Bet Downloader by Sportsbook Scout Chrome Extension to download your FanDuel bet history is a key component and step towards getting an accurate picture of your overall betting performance.
It is also important to harness your FanDuel bet history because it is your data. Sportsbooks regularly profile accounts to see which customers are winning bettors and which aren’t.
You can now take this knowledge into your own hands to analyze your bet history. Figuring out where you are a winning bettor and where you are not is an important step towards becoming a long term winner.