The club were also stripped of three points, ending their title chances.
Savvidis, a Georgia-born businessman and former Russian state Duma deputy, charged onto the pitch with a gun in his belt when a goal for PAOK was disallowed in a match against fellow title contenders AEK Athens on March 11.
The game was interrupted and the incident prompted an immediate suspension of the league by the Greek government as world soccer's governing body FIFA considers possible action against Greece over repeated crowd trouble and violence in the stadiums.
Greek Super League
Panathinaikos banned from Europe for three seasons - UEFA
Presidente del PAOK de Salónica, Iván Savvidis
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The government lifted the ban on Tuesday with Superleague matches set to resume over the weekend.
Savvidis was also fined €100,000 and the club, fined an additional €63,000, must play three matches behind closed doors.
PAOK sports director Lubos Michel, a former international referee, was banned for 90 days and fined €15,000 after also entering the pitch and complaining to the referee.
The disciplinary committee awarded the game to AEK Athens and stripped two points from PAOK from next season's championship.
PAOK said they would appeal.
"The sanction is harsh and was delivered under the pressure of a coordinated media storm against PAOK," the club said in a statement. "We are proceeding with an appeal and await to be judged on real facts."
FIFA has warned Greece to clean up football or risk a possible international ban.
"The word Grexit is no more impossible. Greek football is going to an edge," Herbert Huebel, head of a FIFA monitoring committee for Greek football, said earlier this month.
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