40 Glocc was originally looking to receive $4.5 million from his rival, but the judge said he would get a total of $3,000 in the non-jury trial.
She also found Game guilty of battery. Brugera suggested that 40 Glocc could have gotten more, but he was not completely forthcoming in court.
There is a status conference is set for Jan. 14.
The whole ordeal started after a long-running feud turned physical and was recorded via cell phone in July of 2012. 40 Glocc maintained that the video didn’t reflect that there were guns on him from The Game’s crew. In the suit, he also maintained that his street credibility was damaged after the altercation.
On Instagram, 40 seemed to discuss the case and some users comments by posting a large amount of money.