"This is why we have strict policies and take necessary action when we find an advertiser in breach", a Google spokesperson said in a statement.
There has also been a significant global campaign led by British superstar Ed Sheeran, UK Ministers and Australian musicians, including Gang of Youths.
The CMA launched court action against Viagogo in August, which resulted in the court order.
The Court found Viagogo misled consumers by claiming tickets to certain events were scarce when the scarcity only referred to the tickets available on its resale platform and didn't include tickets available elsewhere.
Viagogo has previously defended its business model, and its chief executive Cris Miller has argued that ticket holders should be able to sell their tickets for whatever price someone is willing to pay for them.
"After publishing extensive research highlighting the impacts of Viagogo's misleading search advertising, FanFair Alliance has been in constructive conversations with Google for over two years in an attempt to address this issue".
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"When people use our platform for help in purchasing tickets, we want to make sure that they have an experience they can trust", explained a spokesperson for Google in a statement to The Guardian.
In March, the digital, culture, media and sport committee of the House of Commons urged fans to boycott Viagogo, saying it had ignored warnings.
The company was found guilty of misleading consumers by the Federal Court in April but has continued to operate.
UK Music CEO Michael Dugher said: "UK Music has long urged everyone to say no to Viagogo".
Google was urged to stop accepting money from Viagogo in an open letter signed by the Football Association, several MPs and the trade body UK Music previous year.
Subsequently, the site was ordered to inform buyers which seat they would get and of any potential risks of them being turned away at the door.
Its campaign manager, Adam Webb, described Google's move as a "landmark moment and a major step forward to preventing exploitation of audiences in the secondary ticketing market".