The Hidden Ways to Find Your All-Time Profits/Losses at a Sportsbook

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Sportsbooks prioritize things they want you to see. They want you to see how much is in your account now. They want to show you what games are coming up next that you can bet.

What they're not crazy about is reminding most people just how much they've lost at that sportsbook. They want you to continue depositing a few hundred bucks at a time, despite the fact that it's your fourth $200 deposit this month.

You can get this info deep in your player account, though.

Each book handles it a little different. Some give you your total profit and loss, others require you to export your transaction history and do a tiny bit of work in Excel or Google Sheets.

Here's how to find your total winnings and losses at seven U.S. sportsbooks.

1. DraftKings

DraftKings will give you your total P/L dating back a full calendar year, with smaller time windows available, too.

On desktop

  • Click your username in the top right corner and click "Account Information"
  • Click "Account Statements – Transactions" on the left rail
  • Click "Show Summary" and adjust the dates to see total P/L

draftkings financial center screenshot on desktop

On your phone

  • Click your account icon in the top left of the DK app
  • Click "Financial Center" then "Statements and Transactions"
  • Click "Show Summary" and adjust the dates to see total P/L

DK app transaction history

2. FanDuel

FanDuel is among the most transparent and lists your lifetime winnings in your account across DFS, casino and sports betting.

  • Click on your icon in the top right
  • Click account overview

fanduel account overview

If you want to drill down even further, go to Transaction History to sort by month, product (betting, DFS and casino) and transaction type.

It's a bit cumbersome to get a single year history of sports betting. You can filter by just sportsbook transactions and copy and paste each month's data into Excel, then add it all up.

3. BetMGM

At BetMGM, you can get a PDF statement for each individual year.

  • Click My Account in the top right corner on desktop
  • Go to settings
  • Scroll down on the left rail to "Win/Loss Statement"
  • Select your year, then download

betmgm win loss statement

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4. Barstool

These metrics are easy to see at Barstool. On desktop, just click your account icon in the top left and it will show total deposits, withdrawals and net gains right there.

Click account and transaction history to dig deeper.

barstool account wallet screen

Other Sportsbooks

With more than 30 sportsbooks in the United States, it's hard to track down all the ways to find your lifetime winnings and losses.

Notes on a few more:

  • I have not found an easy way to pull transaction history at Caesars. If you go to your account and then transaction history, you can look at everything by month, but it's not an easy scrape into Excel, and you have to do it for each month.
  • PointsBet doesn't have a lifetime P/L number available, but it does have all-time deposits/withdrawls easily accessible. Just copy those into a spreadsheet and add it all up.
  • WynnBet is the easiest of these three. Click on your balance in the top right corner, then Account History. Change the filter to just "Deposits and Withdrawals," and it will show your lifetime net winnings and losses.
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