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The Scottish Professional Football League could be set to go it alone with BT Sport, reportedly pocketing £31m a year for signing an exclusive broadcast deal.
Such a rise in the prize fund for clubs would have a significant impact for many under the league's revenue distribution system.
The current prize pot for 2016/17 is £21.1m, £20m of which comes from broadcast deals.
Distributed revenue is due to increase to £23.6m in the final season of the existing BT/Sky Sports broadcast contract in 2019/20, with TV money rising year-on-year until the end of the current deal.
Assuming the same level of non-broadcast revenues are maintained, clubs could start the 2020/21 season with £32.1m up for grabs.
So how would that be divided up? The SPFL revenue distribution formula works on a percentage-based system, increasing incrementally from bottom to top.
As its 12 clubs receive more than 82% of the total pot, Premiership sides would enjoy the biggest rise in revenues under the new deal.
The club finishing in bottom place would make close to £1.5m before parachute payments are added in. The league winners stand to pocket £4.3m.