The Overwatch League has announced punishments for Taimou and xQc from the Dallas Fuel, as well as for silkthread from the Los Angeles Valiant. Additionally, TaiRong of the Houston Outlaws has been issued a warning for a social media post he made in Stage 1.

Both Taimou and silkthread were fined $1,000 USD, neither player faces any suspensions. Taimou was fined for using anti-gay slurs on his stream while silkthread was fined for account sharing.

xQc faces both a fine of $4,000 USD and a suspension of four matches for using "an emote in a racially disparaging manner on the league's stream and social media," and for making defamatory remarks toward Overwatch League casters and other players on stream and on social media. In the announcement of his suspension, it was noted he had already been warned, fined and suspended for similar actions. In Stage 1, he was fined $2,000 USD and suspended for four matches for comments he made on stream. The Dallas Fuel decided to suspend him for the rest of Stage 1 rather than bring him back after four matches.

Additionally, TaiRong has received a warning for posting an offensive World War II meme to Twitter. The Overwatch League noted that after the incident, he took down the meme, posted an apology and made a donation to the Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation. His actions following the incident were considered by the league when punishing TaiRong.