Based on early reports from the tentative agreement one of the biggest areas of concern, secondary compensation, is being addressed. In short, voice actors felt they deserved a bigger paycheck when a game they worked on became especially successful. The biggest headline maker from this particular corner of the dispute was Michael Hollick, who reportedly made $100,000 for more than a year’s worth of work on Grand Theft Auto 4. Despite the fact that the game was a huge success, the voice of Niko Bellic received no residuals. Under new terms, additional compensation will not actually be based on a game’s sales, but rather the number of sessions a voice actor works. Gabrielle Carteris, president of SAG-AFTRA, said this would be “significantly larger” payment than what voice actors are currently used to.