Changes to the distribution system when the SPL and SFL merged meant Championship teams already received increased revenues. With more money in the system, the winners of the second tier would make more than £700,000, an increase of almost £200,000.Scottish Championship payouts from 2020/21. STVIn League One and League Two, almost £500,000 extra cash would be distributed among the 20 clubs.Scottish League One payouts from 2020/21. STVScottish League Two payouts from 2020/21. STV 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.Scottish Premiership payouts from 2020/21. STV 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.