Senior executives at the Rugby Football League are understood to have agreed paid cuts to help ease financial pressures on the sport.
All fixtures have been postponed until 3 April because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Some clubs have already reduced player and staff wages as competitions remain on hold indefinitely.
The RFL has also asked the government for financial assistance to help keep clubs solvent.
While no formal announcement has been made, all senior executives and RFL board members, led by chairman Simon Johnson, are understood to have agreed a salary reduction earlier this month.