Fulham have joined other Premier League clubs such as Manchester United, Everton, Stoke and Spurs in attracting the attention of the betting industry.
Manchester United signed. last week, a three-year sponsorship deal with sports betting company Bwin for an undisclosed amount, making it the club's "official online gaming and betting partner" and in May Bet365 - became Stoke City's main shirt sponsor.
Spurs also revealed that Fun88, a leading Asian gaming company, will become the Club’s Official Asian Betting and Gaming Partner this season and Irish bookmaker Paddy Power has been named as the official online betting partner of Everton FC across the UK and Ireland.
Fulham have now joined the ranks in announcing that Worldlink Sport, the sport and gaming division of Worldlink Group, will serve as the club's official betting and gaming partner for the next three years.
"I am absolutely delighted to welcome Worldlink as one of our key partners," said Fulham chief executive Alistair Mackintosh.
"They impressed us not only with their product but their commitment to a long term partnership and we are looking forward to building a successful relationship with them over the next three years."
Worldlink managing director Neil Riches added, "I am thrilled to be announcing the partnership with Fulham FC. We are looking forward to providing the Fulham fans with an enhanced betting experience, and developing a long term relationship with a club of such international prestige and one that has got off to such a fantastic start to the season."