Gerrard, YoDa, and BBoongBBoong were sentenced to 18 months in prison, but had their sentences suspended for three years. Former progamer Enough who acted as a broker received a two year sentence, suspended three years. In the Korean judicial system, a suspended sentence is essentially probation that occurs before a sentence actually starts. If the convicted parties can pass the probationary period without any infractions against the law, they will not serve their original sentence.
The players involved in the 2010 match-fixing scandal received similarly sentencing; For example, Savior received a sentence of one year in prison, suspended two years.
Additionally, YoDa was fined 30 million Korean Won (KRW), which is approximately $26,000 USD. Gerrard was fined 10 million won, while BBoongBBoong was fined 5 million won. The other brokers and financial backers involved received sentences between 10 and 18 months, also suspended.
Judge Seo Dong-chil, who passed down the sentencing, said "Lowering the credibility of esports and damaging its foundations should be punished severely. However, [the convicted] did not participate in match-fixing previously, and the actual amount of profit they gained was not large. Taking this into account, I suspend their sentences."