The GAA and Gaelic Players Association have agreed a new deal that will remain in place until 2024.
The GPA will continue to receive a 15% share of net commercial revenue from the GAA as part of the new agreement to cover the players' representative body's administration costs.
Under the previous agreement, the GPA were stipulated to receive a 15% share from the GAA, with the minimum figure set at €2.5 million. A total of €3.5 million was paid out in 2018 according to the GAA's accounts.
But the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the GAA's revenues has seen the baseline €2.5 million figure set aside for the coming four-year period, while maintaining the 15% share of revenues protocol in place.
Meanwhile, under the new agreement, inter-county players' expenses will be covered in a separate charter that will be negotiated next year.
The previous agreement between the GAA and GPA had been extended by one year.