BetSync 101: How to Automatically Track Your Bets at BetMGM in The Action Network App

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Tracking all your sports bets across a variety of books has always been a challenge. Then came The Action Network app, which made tracking and following your bets a breeze.

Now, it’s getting even easier.

BetMGM is now live with BetSync, our proprietary product that does exactly what it sounds like — automatically tracks bets placed at a sportsbook in The Action Network app.

BetSync with BetMGM for easy bet tracking

Automatically import all your bets

Track your bet win probability

Available in NJ, MI, VA, PA, CO, IN, TN, IA and WV

You no longer need to manually enter your bets after you’ve placed them if you’re in an approved state and betting at one of our BetSync books. Your bets will track automatically.

Here’s how it works.

Setting Up BetSync

1. Create an MGM Account

Create a BetMGM account to start with BetSync. It’s available in Colorado, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Indiana, Tennessee, Michigan, Virginia, Iowa and West Virginia.

2. Sync Your Accounts

  1. Click here to get started and follow the prompts.
  2. Make sure you’re logged into your Action Network account, or create one.
  3. Login or Register with your MGM account.
  4. You should be linked.

Once you complete this process, you should see BetMGM as a synced book in the My Action tab of The Action Network app.

3. Watch the Magic Happen

After syncing, any bet you place at BetMGM will automatically be tracked in The Action Network app.

You’ll get a notification…

…and then see it in your My Action tab.

Why BetSync?

Diligently tracking your bets is the best way to keep tabs on your bankroll, strengths, weaknesses and more. BetSync makes that so much easier. You can export your picks to a CSV, as well, by going to settings in The Action Network app.

Using BetSync also allows you to join our leaderboards. Since we can verify the bets are real, we’ll display your record.

To qualify for the Action Leaderboard, you must:

  1. Bet at a BetSync book.
  2. Produce a positive ROI.
  3. Average five plays per week to be included in a given sport’s leaderboard.
  4. Have a minimum 100 total plays to be included in the all-time leaderboard.
  5. Maintain a win percentage of ≥35%.

BetSync FAQ

Where Is BetSync Available?

BetSync is available in Colorado, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Indiana, Tennessee, Michigan, Virginia, Iowa and West Virginia.

What Books Can I Use BetSync With?

You can currently use BetSync through three books in ten states:

  • Colorado: BetMGM, PointsBet
  • Illinois: PointsBet
  • Indiana: BetMGM, PointsBet
  • Iowa: BetMGM
  • Michigan: BetMGM, PointsBet
  • New Jersey: BetMGM, PointsBet
  • Pennsylvania: BetMGM, Parx
  • Tennesseee: BetMGM
  • Virginia: BetMGM
  • West Virginia: BetMGM

We continue to work with our partners to make BetSync available to as many of our users as possible. You can learn more about the legal status of sports betting in your state by checking our state-by-state tracker.

Do I Have to Be an Action Subscriber to Use BetSync?

Nope. You don’t need to be a subscriber of any kind.

Just use a partner book in an approved state.

Can I Place Bets Through The Action App?

No. You still need to place all bets through your sportsbook, and the bet will be tracked automatically in The Action Network app. Not the other way around.

What Kind of Bets Can Be Synced?

Generally, a bet will sync if it can already be tracked in The Action Network app.

That means these bets….

  • Spreads
  • Moneylines
  • Totals & Team Totals
  • Futures
  • Parlays
  • Teasers
  • Player Props

…in these leagues…

  • NFL, NCAAF
  • NBA, NCAAB, WNBA
  • MLB
  • UFC
  • NHL
  • PGA TOUR
  • MLS, EPL, La Liga, Serie A, Champions League, Ligue 1, Bundesliga

…will sync automatically if you’re using a partner book.

If you have any further questions about BetSync, contact our support team at feedback@actionnetwork.com.

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